Winston School celebrates 25th anniversary

Kristin Zuidema, Lucinda Francis, Gracie Francis, Karen Hoffmann, Reenie Tibunsay

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The Winston School held its 25th Anniversary Dinner on April 20 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The Winston School “inspires hope and success in bright, creative students who have struggled to realize their potential.” For more information, visit thewinstonschool.com.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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