Conner’s Cause for Children hosts luncheon

Sharon Beamer, Jennifer Beamer, Julie Yahnke, Kathryn Munoz, Amee Alagiri

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Conner’s Cause for Children held “Summer Breeze: A Luncheon, Boutique and Auction” on June 2 at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe.

Proceeds from this event will benefit families with the monumental task of caring for a child with a life threatening illness:

The luncheon featured boutique shopping, a sumptuous lunch and guest speaker Dr. Diana Hoppe, an Encinitas, OB/Gyn. Dr. Hoppe gave an inspiring speech about transformation and pursuing your dreams.

Also featured was harpist, Julia Marie Schorn, a Canyon Crest Academy senior and Principal Harpist of the Symphony Orchestra and Philharmonia of the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory (SDYS).

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