Family pride at 2013 Crew Classic Regatta

The 2013 Crew Classic Regatta was recently held on Mission Bay.  (Above) Donna Jones, a longtime resident of Pacific Beach, joyfully poses with her grandson Brad Buser (to the left behind her with his hand on her shoulder) of Solana Beach and his Oregon State Varsity Men’s crew team.

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