PTA gets grant from city

The Solana Beach Parent-Teacher Association was awarded a $3,000 grant from the city of Solana Beach to be used to buy an LCD projector and a laptop computer for the organization’s meetings and events.

PTA member and parent Sue Sherry wrote and submitted the grant proposal to the city in early February.

“The PTA would … like to thank the city of Solana Beach for providing grants of this nature to the valuable programs in our city,” PTA member Annie Johnson wrote in an e-mail.

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