Del Mar Rotary Club Appreciation Day

Marty Peters, Tensia Trejo, Monty Woolley

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The Del Mar Rotary Club held its Appreciation Day luncheon on April 11 at St. Peters Church in Del Mar.

The club holds the event to give thanks to its local community members that serve and support Rotary throughout the year. According to the Del Mar Rotary Club’s Facebook page, this year’s recipients included “Tensia Trejo from the Del Mar Historical Society; Kelly Hartford and Michaela Schimpf from JIMBO’s Naturally Grocery; Tim Lyons, caterer; Mary Friestedt from the Del Mar Garden Club; Dan Schreiber from Rendezvous; Randy Gruber from Americana; and Marc Brown from Garys Studio.”

–Photos/Jon Clark

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