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Celebrities Join Heal The Bay For 25th Anniversary Gala In Santa Monica

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On May 20, Heal the Bay celebrated 25 years of working to recover Santa Monica Bay with a gala on the beach. One thousand guests were able to enjoy the night under the stars with sustainable fine dining, celebrity appearances, and a special performance by singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan.

Among those in attendance at the fundraising event were Heal the Bay board members and actresses Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Amy Smart, along with Chad Lowe, Donna Mills, and Lindsay Wagner.

The 2010 “Bring Back the Beach” honorees included actor-director and supporter of the organization Nicolas Cage, corporate partner The Walt Disney Co., and longtime board members Luann Laval Williams and Jack Baylis.

Heal the Bay is a nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to improving the coastal waters of Southern California through research, education, community action, and advocacy.

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