Celebrating Del Mar

Julie Maxey-Allison, Robin Crabtree

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The Del Mar Foundation held its “Celebrate Community” event Dec. 5 at the Del Mar Community Building. The event featured birds from Free Flight, festive decorations, including 20 bougainvillea plants creating a colorful wall with overhead lighting, and catering by El Pollo Loco. For more information, visit delmarfoundation.org.

Photos/Jon Clark

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