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Every Monday since March, a group of seniors at La Costa Glen in Carlsbad has been making toys out of wood, to be distributed to North County children who might not otherwise not receive any gifts during the holiday season.
After years of being a “best-kept secret” in North County, the Assistance League’s Rancho San Dieguito chapter wants to raise its profile.
San Diego-based nonprofit Promises2Kids, which helps thousands of children throughout the county who have been through the foster care system, has received a boost from an Encinitas resident who has volunteered for the organization over the past few years.
Kianne Farmer of La Mesa co-founded Shades of Pink Foundation California, but her mom, Vembra Holnagel of Encinitas, runs the all-volunteer organization
Encinitas resident Leslie Mannes is serving on the executive committee for Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego’s 10th annual ROMP Gala on Oct. 12 from 5:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m..
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Sam Attisha, senior vice president and region manager for Cox Communications, and the highest ranking Cox executive in California, was named “CEO of the Year” in the Privately Held Company – Large category at a recent awards reception hosted by the San Diego Business Journal.
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