San Diego Habitat Conservancy Gala

Linda Leiter, Nick and Juli Beth Hinds

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San Diego Habitat Conservancy (SDHC) held its fifth Annual Gala on Oct. 27 at Parioli Italian Bistro in Solana Beach. The event featured a live performance by guitarist Jeff Dewine, a silent auction, and presentations by SDHC staff and board members. San Diego Habitat Conservancy manages over 400 acres of open space throughout San Diego County and is looking forward to increasing this acreage and expanding its educational program over the next year. For more information, visit www.sdhabitat.org. Photos/Jon Clark; For photos online visit www.delmartimes.net

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