Don Diego Scholarship Foundation Dinner and Concert Gala

Scholars Carolyn Kravitz, Nikolina Zenovic and Ashley Therien

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The Don Diego Scholarship Foundation presented its annual Dinner and Concert Gala on July 1 at the San Diego County Fair. The event benefits the Foundation’s educational programs. After cocktails and a Taste of the Coast wine sampling, a gourmet dinner at the Turf Club, a presentation of Class of 2014 scholarship recipients, and other activities, the event culminated with champagne and VIP seating at the Huey Lewis & the News concert. Visit Photos by McKenzie Images. For photos online, visit

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