Rotarians have Olympic-sized fun at annual League House picnic

Rotary Club of La Jolla President Kate Adams welcomes guests

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Borrowing the Summer Olympics-theme and sporting their red-white-and-blues, Rotary Club of La Jolla hosted its ninth annual summer picnic for retired community members, 3-7 p.m. Sunday, July 29 at the League House, 7465 Olivetas Drive. The seniors relaxed and mingled over games and prizes, laughs and food, all organized by Penny Shurtleff and committee, with décor designed by Laurnie Durisoe. See more photos at lajollalight.com

Photos by Susan DeMaggio

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