Jewish Federation celebrates 75 years of philanthropy

Carlos and Esther Michan

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Photo by Carol Sonstein

The Hilton San Diego Bayfront hosted “75 Years of Impact” on Jan.15. The anniversary gala doubled as a benefit for Jewish Federation programs. Guests enjoyed cocktails, dinner, music by Anthology, exhibits, and a program that honored past Federation presidents and past presidents of the Women’s Division.

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