Play ball in Del Mar/Carmel Valley!

Audrey Jackel, Rosa McGuire, Lisa Miramontes and Jennifer Eastlack cut the ribbon on the new Del Mar National League Snack Shack.

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Del Mar Little League kicked off the 2013 season with Opening Day ceremonies March 2 at Ashley Falls School (for the Del Mar American Little League, those living north of SR56) and Sage Canyon School (for the Del Mar National Little League, those living south of SR56).

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–Photos/Jon Clark and Jon Thomason

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