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Rancho Santa Fe Lead Story

Partying at “Club 92067”

RANCHO SANTA FE — The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center rocks The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe for its annual gala featuring the band Atomic Groove. Guests came dressed in their best glam rock or cocktail attire for this year’s theme of “Club 92067.”The annual Gala is the center’s largest fundraising event and is strongly supported by the community.Left, Carrie Weiland, leader of Atomic Groove performs. Above, Rancho Santa Fe residents Tony and Stacy Shahri. Below, Rancho Santa Fe residents Charles and Jan Wehlage.

Zsa Zsa Gabor takes a few tips from the “Mother of Western Yoga,” Indra Deva, far right, during a 1960 session at Golden Door.   Courtesy photo/Golden DoorTri-City Medical Center has introduced the Zilver PTX drug-eluting peripheral stent — a self-expanding, small, metal, mesh tube that helps prevent the clogged artery from narrowing again. Courtesy photoThe theatrical biography “Zora” is part of the Oceanside Public Library Big Read program centered around “Their Eyes Were Watching God.” Cheryl Howard, of The American Place Theatre Company, plays Zora Neale Hurston in “Zora.”  Photo by Promise YeeMural artist Linda Luisi demonstrates live painting during the fundraiser. Paintings were auctioned off to raise funds for the Rancho Coastal Humane Society. Photo by Promise YeeDavid Zito

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