Artist Reception held at North Coast Rep in Solana Beach

Hands United for Children Executive Director Agnés Barrelet and Marketing and Communication Director Mim Britton, Leslie Zwail, Ambra Tesori

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An Artist Reception was held Sept. 15 for the work of Ambra Tesori at the North Coast Repertory Theatre. Tesori’s art exhibit will be at the North Coast Repertory Theatre until Sept. 29.

Tesori is also an artist who supports the nonprofit Hands United for Children and will exhibit her paintings for the second time at the nonprofit’s annual gala on March 14, 2014.

For more information on Tesori, visit www.ambratesori.com.

Hands United for Children was “founded in San Diego in 2006 as a nonprofit organization intent on serving the needs of underprivileged children.” Its current mission, “to support children in distressed situations through education, shelter, health and individual welfare, is being realized in Africa, the United States and Latin America.”

For more information, visit www.handsunited4children.org.  Photos/McKenzie Images. For photos online, visit www.delmartimes.net.

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