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Julie Shields, Kat Quinn and Lisa Buchner were among attendees at the Friends of the Dana Point Library volunteer appreciation luncheon on April 29. Photo: Courtesy of Cubby Rayfield
Julie Shields, Kat Quinn and Lisa Buchner were among attendees at the Friends of the Dana Point Library volunteer appreciation luncheon on April 29. Photo: Courtesy of Cubby Rayfield

Dana Point Times

On Wednesday, April 29, the Friends of the Dana point Library sponsored a luncheon to thank its many dedicated volunteers—46 attended.

Following lunch at Brio Tuscany Grille—a business member of the Friends organization—attendees were treated to a talk by Kathryn Slattery, author of the book, Immigrant Soldier, the Story of a Ritchie Boy.

The event was so enjoyable and such a success that the Friends hope to make the event an annual happening, organizers said.

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