Kiwanis Club of Del Mar — 3rd Annual Wounded Warrior Christmas Gift Bag project

Left to right: Armed Service YMCA Leader Dr. Bob Sigafoes; Back row: Jennifer Thompson, Bryan Thompson, Leslie Jackson, President Kiwanis Club of Del Mar, Ashley Sherman; Front row: Ali Thompson, Paycee Templeman, Cameron Thompson

For the past five years members of the Del Mar Kiwanis Club, family and friends, visit the wounded warriors at the San Diego Naval Hospital on Christmas Day, passing out gift bags to the men and women who were unable to leave the hospital and go home for Christmas.

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