Conways host Holiday Party

John and Gina Trost, Anne Jones, David Harrison

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Dan and Pattie Conway at The Guiltinan Group Luxury Properties held a Holiday Party Dec. 14 at Morgan Run Club & Resort in Rancho Santa Fe. The Conways recently opened their Carmel Valley office (Piazza Carmel, 3860 Valley Center Drive, Suite 409, San Diego, 92130).  For more information, visit www.CarmelValleyHomesSanDiego.com.  Photos/McKenzie Images

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