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Sunday’s Best

A group of women and a few brave men stepped into the salty waters at Oceanside Pier to raise money and awareness to fight malaria on May 10.The Mother’s Day Fancy Dress Swim organized by the ONE campaign and advocacy organization generated enough money to buy more than 400 nets that will protect families from mosquitoes and the malaria they carry. Photo by Promise Yee

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2 comments

Kahanablue May 14, 2009 at 1:18 am

Once again Promise Yee captures a great photo and brings us
a story with heart and community interest about a Global
cause.

Bravo to the organizers of The Mother’s Day Fancy Dress Swim and to their sponsors.
Ladies, thank you.

mrs.gans' pupils May 20, 2009 at 5:26 pm

that is a great picture.i can’t belive they did that.nice story.i hope you come next year for career day at Del Rio.

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