Annual event raises funds for Torrey Pines High

Torrey Pines High School parents, friends, alumni and staff got the Belly Up jumping during the TPHS Foundation’s annual dance and auction on March 21.

Big ticket items such as private jet trips and VIP graduation packages flew out the door during the live auction. Auctioneer Bill Menish encouraged some bidding on a luxury home stay in Del Mar in July.

Some surprises were unveiled on the spot: Carrie from the featured band, Atomic Groove, auctioned off chances to perform onstage with the band as one of the notorious Fly Girlz dancers.

The event was chaired by Denise Small and Jackie Busch.
- Anna Chamberlin

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