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Huckabee chosen as new Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary president

Left, Louise Andres, District Governor for Rotary Clubs in San Diego and Imperial Valley counties, with Diane Huckabee, new president of the Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary Club.

Diane Huckabee assumed leadership of Del Mar-Solana Beach Rotary last month after 12 years with Rotary.

Back to School for Del Mar students

Back-to-school for Del Mar Heights students

Students at Del Mar Heights bid a fond farewell to summer and headed back to school Aug. 25. Photos by Jon Clark.

Back to School for Solana Beach students

Solana Pacific back-to-school

Students at Solana Pacific bid a fond farewell to summer and headed back to school Aug. 25. Photo by Kristina Houck.

Back to School for Carmel Valley students

Sage Canyon back-to-school

Students at Sage Canyon Elementary bid a fond farewell to summer and headed back to school Aug. 25.

Back to School for Solana Beach students

Back-to-School

Students at Solana Ranch Elementary bid a fond farewell to summer and headed back to school

Back to School for Solana Beach students

Fourth grader Gabriel and Aidee Siordia

Students at Skyline Elementary bid a fond farewell to summer and headed back to school Aug. 25. Photos by Kristina Houck.

Del Mar Racetrack to open for inaugural Crosby season this November

After a thrilling summer of fast racing and huge events, the legendary seaside track will open again for its inaugural fall Bing Crosby Season, Nov. 7-30.

Spanish classes offered at Beth Am Preschool in Carmel Valley

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The classes will be led in Spanish, whole language based, and appropriate for Spanish and non-Spanish speakers alike. The teachers for this program are native Spanish speakers and class time will include: music, movement, drama, art, literature, baking/cooking, snack and playground time.

Casa de Amistad in Solana Beach seeks more volunteers to spark students’ learning

Casa de Amistad seeks more volunteers to spark students’ learning

While students are getting ready for their first day of school, Casa de Amistad is also preparing for the new school year.

The Solana Beach organization, which is dedicated to fostering education and character development for local underrepresented children, is seeking volunteer study companions to serve as tutors and mentors.

Jockeys to compete in ring instead of Del Mar racetrack

Two of Del Mar’s top jockeys — Corey Nakatani and Elvis Trujillo — are going to battle it out in the ring rather than on the track Saturday, August 30, in a highly anticipated three-round exhibition boxing match. The winner will earn jockeys’ room bragging rights as these two elite athletes trade punches to raise money for a great cause in what has been dubbed the “Battle Off the Saddle.”
The event — featuring six fights with the tussle between Nakatani and Trujillo being the fifth of the night — will begin immediately after the last race of the day at approximately 7:15 p.m. The professional main event features WBC Caribbean Champion Ruben “El Cobra” Garcia (10-0, 5 KOs) of Cancun, Mexico and battle-tested Javier “El Bravo” Gallo (21-9, 12 KOS) of Buena Park.
For information about other upcoming Ringside at Del Mar boxing series events at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and to purchase tickets to the “Battle Off the Saddle,” visit www.ringsideatdelmar.com. This special edition of Ringside at Del Mar is presented by A&T Gym, Barron Entertainment and Paco Presents.
Racing at Del Mar happens Wednesdays through Sundays, with post time for the first race on most days at 2 p.m. On Fridays, first post is at 4 p.m. There will be a special Monday racing card on Labor Day, Sept. 1. For information, call 858-755-1141 or visit www.delmarscene.com.

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