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From left, Chairwoman of the San Diego Chapter of the Sierra Club Carolyn Chase, presents a FEAT award to Preserve Calavera board members Kasey Cinciarelli, Mary Anne Viney, Karen Merrill and Diane Nygaard. Preserve Calavera was one of three FEAT awardees at the Sierra Club 2010 gala and awards event June 12. The group was recognized for “public service to protect and restore the natural environment of coastal north San Diego County.” The other awardees were Rick Halsey of the California Chaparral Institute and Mark Jorgenson, former superintendent of Anza-Borrego Desert State park. Courtesy photo

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