So You Think You've Got Talent SanDiego fundraiser has put a smile on the face of the Thousand Smiles Foundation.  The 9th annual Rotary fundraiser was organized and staffed by members of Old Mission and Kearny Mesa Rotary clubs, Pacific Beach Roteract and Francis Parker Interact clubs.  The event was supported by guests who bought tickets, purchased auction items and made personal  pledges to the Thousand Smiles Foundation.  The variety talent show has traditionally raised about one third of Thousand Smiles Foundation's annual operating budget.
The Thousand Smiles Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on care of the less fortunate children in Mexico who suffer from lack of dental care and from maxilla-facial deformities such as cleft palate.  The all volunteer group operates quarterly clinics in their clinic building in Ensenada. 
Photo: (L-R) Master of Ceremonies, Matt Risi; first-place winners of $1000: The Del Norte High School Band; second-place winner of $500: Francis Parker Freshman singer, Isabella Walther-Meade (red dress); judges, Elena Peavy and Ron Jones; third-place winner of $250: traditional Chinese musician, Pam Chung; and judge, Joe Dyke