The Del Mar Village welcomed the Susan G. Komen 3 Day walkers in Nov. 16 with cheers, music and lots of high fives, fist bumps and smiles. Along the official cheering station on Camino Del Mar, businesses such as Design Line Interiors decked out their storefronts in festive pink, feather boas and bras. Torrey Pines High School cheerleaders also came out for the morning to show support for the walkers who started their three-day, 60-mile journey that began at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
Money raised through the event helps fund breast cancer research and other programs in the effort to end breast cancer. Visit www.the3day.org
The community got a look at the preliminary design for the new Del Mar Heights School on Sept. 5, a design that takes advantage of its ocean views and natural environment, creates a unique learning experience for children and hopes to find solutions for the challenging traffic situation on Boquita Drive that “paralyzes the community twice a day.”