Benefit for 02 For Life Rainforest Foundation

Amanda Ferguson, Susan Wheeler

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fundraiser was held April 28 for O2 For Life Rainforest Foundation at the Belly Up in Solana Beach. on April 28. The event is the main fundraiser for the nonprofit, which was founded by Del Mar resident Steve Blumkin in the 1990s to conserve and protect the land of Costa Rica’s Osa region, which is said to contain one of the most diverse ecological systems on Earth.

For more information visit http://www.o2forlife.org/

–Photos/McKenzie Images

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