Town Council Sunsetter brings community leaders together

Council trustees Emiliano De Riquer and Nancy Gardner with Lia Johnson and Cindy Goodman

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Photo by Pat Sherman

The La Jolla Town Council held its August networking Sunsetter last Thursday at Hiatus, the Hotel La Jolla’s new poolside lounge. A lively bit of mingling took place with guests in a good mood on a beautiful, late summer afternoon. The next Sunsetter will take place 5-7 p.m. Sept. 20. Location to be determined.

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