Afternoon tea helps support La Jolla Community Center

La Jolla Community Center Executive Director Nancy Walters and Luz Pani

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Photo by Carol Sonstein

• PHOTO GALLERY: Click on the NEXT> button above to see all 12 photos from the La Jolla Community Center’s “Sip & See” Tea Party.

The La Jolla Community Center hosted its second annual “Sip & See” Tea Party, Sept. 21, 2013 where along with tea and treats, guests shopped from boutiques, bid on silent auction items, and tested their luck in a prize raffle. It was all to benefit programs and events at the center.

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