Golf Fundraiser for Junior Achievement at The Grand Del Mar

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Junior Achievement of San Diego County hosted its 1st Annual JA Golf Classic Sept. 19 at The Grand Del Mar. The event was presented by San Diego Fluid System Technologies. The new event also featured a cocktail reception, silent auction and dinner.

All proceeds from the event will go to Junior Achievement’s hands-on programs in financial literacy, career readiness and entrepreneurship for kids in kindergarten through 12th grades. To learn more about Junior Achievement of San Diego County, visit www.jasandiego.org.

Photos/McKenzie Images.

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