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Local artists were invited to design doors that would be silent auctioned to benefit the Escondido Arts Partnership and First Night Escondido. Several SDFC members answered the call. Jacqueline Lacey, using words by her son Steven, painted one door. Fifteen others collaborated on a second door. The doors were prominently displayed in the front windows of the Escondido Municipal Gallery where they drew attention from passersby and the media. The doors were  displayed from December 6, 2004, through January 22, 2005.

Right: Front and back of door by Jacqueline Lacey

Receiving honorariums at the Escondido Municipal Gallery “Doors into 2005” reception.

Left: Ronna Rogers, Naomi Lesberg, and Ginger Johnson. The group’s honorarium was donated to help victims of the South Asia tsunami.

“Entrada a la Vida” (above: front, below: back

Diane and Steve Reiter in front of Jacqueline Lacey’s calligraphy at the Summation 2004 art show.

At the reception: Marsha and Myron Vanetsky, Ronna Rogers, and Marilyn Dailey

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