Del Mar Foundation Halloween Dog Parade and Costume Competition

Lee Haydu with Ernie and Harvey

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The Del Mar Foundation held its Halloween Dog Parade and Costume Competition on Oct. 27 at the Powerhouse Park. Prizes were awarded for best costume in multiple categories, including Most Glamorous, Most Spooky, Best Combo – Dog and Owner, Best Combo – Multiple Dogs, and more.

Judges for the costume competition included: City of Del Mar Mayor Terry Sinnott, Deputy Mayor Lee Haydu, Councilmember Sherryl Parks and Community Services Director and Chief Lifeguard Pat Vergne.

Visit www.delmarfoundation.org. Photos/Jon Clark

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