Solana Beach Chamber Installation Dinner held

Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors: Mark Tackabery, Tina Tharp, Nicole Peterson, Anthony Chadwell, President Carolyn Cohen, Daniel Powell, Marcia Lee, Bryan Fuller, Peter House, Greg Petre, Ron Blumberg. Not pictured: Jaclyn Wahidi, Sam Khorramian, Peter Ward, Jason Smith, Kimberly Duggan, Jewel Edson

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The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce held an Installation Dinner for its board members on Feb. 28 at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club.  The event honored former Solana Beach Mayor Joe Kellejian and County Supervisor Dave Roberts served as the evening’s keynote speaker.

–Photos/McKenzie Images

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