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5 People to Watch This Month

San Diego locals doing interesting things in October



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Perry Nisen

The new CEO of Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute pledged to turn research into actual treatments and health cures.

 

Gunn Yang

The Torrey Pines grad and SDSU student won the U.S. Amateur golf championship, earning a berth in both the Masters and U.S. Open.

 

Charlene Seidle

The incoming CEO at the Jewish Community Foundation will head the organization that granted $100 million last year.

 

Susie Baumann

Join the family to celebrate the Bali Hai’s 60th Anniversary at a big bash October 30.

 

Jose Antonio Partida

The Coronado student heads to Santa Fe University to study film on scholarship from the Robert Redford/Milagro Initiative Scholarship.

 
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