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DMTV Presents:Del Mar Shorts
Luana Karr | Del Mar TV

 

Del Mar Library. Photo Luana Karr.  Click to enlarge.


This September Del Mar Television Foundation is highlighting shorts or about and around the community. Helping us to bring these projects to you are 2 interns gracing with their talents this past semester and a new member of our community producers group.

The first “Reel Focus” is regarding our newly renovated Library. If you haven’t visited yet, check out the video. Kim Fuller an NYU intern did a great job highlighting the changes and the many individuals that made them happen. Months of ripping out carpet and rearranging books and shelves and other furniture have led up to the newly renovated library that the community of Del Mar will cherish. Taking a step into the digital age, the Del Mar Library is now equipped with Wi-Fi, plug-ins for your laptop/digital devices, and self-checkout terminals.
UCSD Intern, Kathleen Trear, shot The Senior Health Forum video which highlights Dr. Mark Kalina. Those that may not know Dr. Kalina or are new to the area will understand what Community Connections’ Health Forums are all about and the commitment Dr. Kalina has to helping us all understand a path through wellness begins with the connections we build within our communities. “It started out as an educational forum and has evolved into a group who has built a connection and closeness with one another” explains Dr. Kalina.

Highlighting volunteers of Community Connections, Kathleen with the assistance of our Intern Supervisor, Meghan Anderson, showcases the wonderful residents of Del Mar who continue to enrich the lives of those around them by volunteering and giving of themselves and their talents. As one of the volunteers says “It can be as simple as a smile.”

All these videos are available on our Del Mar TV Vimeo Channel also on Digital
Channel 130 Time Warner and 99 AT & T.

 

 

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