C&H Photo celebrates new name for La Jolla store

The La Jolla Village Merchants Association’s Economic Development Committee assisted with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the changing of Nelson’s Photo to C&H Photo. Joining the vent were C&H staff members Frank Canziani, Leah D’Ambrosia, Kate Homer, and owners Dave Hinkel and Leon Chow. Not pictured is Mark Hodgson.

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