Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary Club’s annual Bocce Ball Tournament

Andy Schumont

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The Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary Club (DMSB Rotary) held its 18th annual Turf Bocce Tournament at the Del Mar Horsepark on March 23.

Attendees had the opportunity to:  watch Del Mar Mayor Lee Haydu and Deputy Mayor Al Corti challenge Solana Beach Mayor Tom Campbell and Councilman Dave Zito to a few bocce games (after helping demonstrate how the game is played); enjoy the excitement of a family game that generates tens of thousands of dollars each year for programs that benefit the community and the world; play a few games on the Horsepark’s beautiful Grand Prix field, talk to players and volunteers, enjoy breakfast and lunch, search the Silent Auction tables for exciting opportunities; meet representatives of the major beneficiaries:
Just In Time (for Foster Youth), and Reality Changers.

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Photos/Jon Clark

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