Newcomers share their generous spirit at holiday party

Sheri and Steve Sick

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The La Jolla Newcomers Club held its annual Holiday Gala on Dec. 11 at the Catamaran Resort & Spa overlooking Mission Bay. Members participated in an evening of dining and dancing, and donations were collected for The Monarch School, whose mission is educating children impacted by homelessness in downtown San Diego.

La Jolla Newcomers is a non-profit social club open to residents who have moved to La Jolla (92037) or even moved within 92037 within the last three years. For more information, visit lajollanewcomers.org

— Ina Thompson

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