‘Day at the Races’ fundraiser for Project Concern International

AJ Johnson, Lisa Wood, Donna Wettstein, Glennis Pleysier

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The 11th annual “Day at the Races” fundraising event for Project Concern International (PCI) was held Aug. 2 in the Turf Club at the Del Mar Racetrack. This event generates funds and awareness for PCI’s health and humanitarian efforts in San Diego and worldwide, and is the biggest fundraiser held at the Del Mar Racetrack each year.

To date, this annual event has raised over $350,000 for PCI.  The event was sponsored by UPS and hosted by Sandi Hadley of Real Living Lifestyles Real Estate

For more information, visit www.PCIGlobal.org.

Photos/McKenzie Images. For photos online, visit www.delmartimes.net.

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