La Jolla Newcomers Club hosts welcome event for new members

Barbara Zimonja

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The La Jolla Newcomers Club recently held a fall kickoff event at the Prospect Bar & Grill for its new members. The nonprofit club was organized so newcomers to the area can meet, form friendships, and participate in club-sponsored events to enhance their social lives. For more information, visit www.lajollanewcomersclub.org or call (858) 496-8655. — Joan Ressler

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