Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary Bocce Ball Tournament

Steve Wagstaff, Debbie Godwin

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The Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary Club hosted the 17th annual Bocce Ball Tournament on March 3 at the Del Mar Horsepark. The event serves as the major fundraiser for the Rotary Clubs’ many youth and humanitarian projects.

About 128 teams participated in the sold-out Round Robin tournament.
There were also activities for kids and a silent and live auction. Visit www.DMSBRotary.com.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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