Stephanie Glidden

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Home of The Month: At Home With Nature

Juxtaposed against the jagged, ancient edges of the sandstone cliffs of Torrey Pines Reserve in La Jolla is a residence that is an unparalleled masterpiece of shadow, light and angles.

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Grants Will Deliver Nutritious, Much-Needed Meals to Kids

The San Diego Food Funders, a funding collaborative of San Diego Grantmakers, provided grants of $356,000 to in-school and out-of-school youth meals programs in San Diego County to improve access to nutritious food for youth of all ages in low- to middle-income communities.

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Gala Supports Home Start’s Mission of Protecting Children

Home Start Inc., a nonprofit child abuse prevention and treatment agency that has strengthened and developed San Diego’s families and communities since 1972, netted more than $120,000 at its 46th Annual Blue Ribbon Gala recently at the Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa.

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Inviting Presence Makes House a Perfect Place to Entertain

The gated entry to the Spanish Revival-style home on the northwestern edge of Rancho Santa Fe winds past elegantly landscaped gardens to a circular parking area with a welcoming gated portico.

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Foundation Finds Good Way to Give Back to Community

The Cushman Foundation announced that it launched an initiative this year, “Making a Difference for San Diego,” to impact worthy organizations throughout San Diego County.

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This Home’s Views Include an Interesting Look Back to the Past

West of Interstate 5 and a couple of blocks from the ocean is a stately Spanish home with a storied past.

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McAlister Draws Crowd to Support Those Fighting Addiction

McAlister Institute’s 6th Annual 5K Walk for Sobriety raised more than $93,000 to bring help and hope to thousands of individuals and families impacted by addiction.

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Home of The Month: A Spanish Treasure

Only the terracotta-tiled roofline of a Spanish Colonial estate near the heart of downtown Rancho Santa Fe is visible from the street.

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Climate Curriculum Emphasizes Environment, Engagement

The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy was awarded $7,500 from San Diego Gas & Electric to support SDRVC’s climate-science curriculum, “Microclimates on a Macro Scale,” which is a part of the conservancy’s Watershed Explorers Program.

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San Ysidro Recognizes Health Champions’ Role in Ensuring Care

San Ysidro Health held its annual gala, “Monte Carlo: A Night to Remember” recently at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. The event hosted 600 guests and raised $400,000.

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