Del Mar Community Connections benefit ‘California Dreamin’

George Webb, Ira Sharp

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A sellout crowd was on hand Oct. 19 when Del Mar Community Connections held its benefit dinner dance — this year themed “California Dreamin”— at the Powerhouse Community Center.

Nate McCay, board president, greeted guests, and Felise Levine and Pat JaCoby, event co-chairs, thanked attendees for their support.
For more information on Del Mar Community Connections, visit dmcc.cc.

Photos/Jon Clark

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