Del Mar Community Building Flagpole

Chris Shopes, Geoff Geissenger, Jon Shopes

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The Del Mar Community Building at 225 Ninth St. now has a flagpole.  The flagpole was purchased and donated to the city by longtime Del Mar resident Chuck Freebern.

The flagpole was installed with the assistance of Bret Stephens (Duncan & Stephens Custom Homes), Larry Brooks, T. Pat Stubbs, Cory Grant, Nate McKay, and five Boy Scouts from Troop 713 (Bryan Snyder, Scoutmaster).  The scouts are Antonio and Matthew Bavaro, Geoff Geissenger, and Chris and Jon Shopes.  The installation was witnessed by Del Mar residents Martha Brooks, Merna Sturgis, and Nancy, Marilyn and Randy Stoke.  The Stokes recently installed a similar flagpole at the Del Mar Library.

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