Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary helps with Holiday Baskets

Paul Butler, Jon Fish, Akita Kali, John Benton, Susan & Mark Hennenfent

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Members of the Del Mar – Solana Beach Rotary Club again helped the North County Community Resource Center with its Holiday Baskets Program to help the needy. Over a number of nights they helped sort and box food for over 1800 families, the largest such program in the county.

They then helped distribute the items collected including, clothes, toys, blankets, bicycles, along with the box of food and enjoyed seeing the smiling faces on both parents and children. It gives great joy making the holidays a bit brighter for needy families.

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