Del Mar Rotary Christmas party benefits St. Leo’s

Janice Kurth, Ole Prahm

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The Del Mar Rotary Club held its annual Christmas Party for the children of St. Leo’s Headstart Preschool in Solana Beach on Dec. 12 at
St. James Church in Solana Beach.

Since 1991, the Del Mar Rotary has hosted a party for St. Leo’s Head Start Preschool. Each child received lunch, a personal gift and a chance to visit with Santa.

Photos/Jon Clark

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