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September 2023

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military | education | family | pets Focus current main building dates to World War II, when it was built as a temporary barracks at Camp Callan, a U.S. Army antiaircraft training center that occupied land now home to Torrey Pines State Preserve, the Torrey Pines Golf Course complex, and UC San Diego. It was moved to its present address in 1962. Established by World War I veterans in 1930, the San Dieguito American Legion — Post 416 on the corner of Second and F Streets — is the oldest continuously operating business in Encinitas. (e historic La Paloma eatre opened in 1928 but has been closed several times through the years.) Post 416's >> A New Home for Post 416 SAN DIEGUITO AMERICAN LEGION'S ENCINITAS BUILDING IS DUE FOR REPLACEMENT BY BILL ABRAMS | PHOTO BY BOB STEFANKO Don Oliphant, Chairman of the Board, and Steve Lewandowski, CEO of the American Legion Post 416 Foundation @ranchandcoast RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2023 59

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