Cove swim benefits San Pasqual Academy

Swimmers get ready to jump in to the 62-degree water before the start on Cove Beach. Photo: Kent Horner

Retired Judge Bob Coates, the oldest participant, and his son, Cameron Coates

On Sept. 16, La Jolla Sunrise Rotary Club marked the day with the 19th Annual Bob Litchfield Invitational Cove Swim benefiting the San Pasqual Academy, the county’s only residential school for foster teens. The school’s website says its “238-acre campus features individual family-style homes, an on-site, accredited high school, a computer for each youth in the homes, a cafeteria, a technology and career information center, an assembly hall, recreation fields and a swimming pool.”

To learn more about La Jolla Sunrise Rotary go to www.lajollasunriserotary.org.

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