Sunsetter event doubles as food drive for San Diego’s neediest families

Egon Kafka and Mary Soriano pitched in on the Holiday food drive.

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Photo by Dave Schwab

The La Jolla Town Council used the occasion of its third Thursday Sunsetter on Nov. 17 to mingle, network and collect food donations for the San Diego Food Bank.

Barfly La Jolla on Prospect Street hosted the gathering that included last-minute detailing of the “Classics” Christmas Parade set for  2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4 heading down Girard Avenue from Kline Street.

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