Solana Beach Ball entertains a sellout crowd

The Solana Beach Ball, the annual fundraiser for Solana Vista and Skyline elementary schools, was held April 18 at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. A sellout crowd enjoyed cocktails, dinner and dancing, as well as an extensive silent auction.

Benefit auctioneer Bill Menish hosted the live auction, and Channel 6 news anchor Lynn Stuart emceed the event. By the end of the evening, nearly $130,000 was raised for art, science, technology and physical education at the two schools.

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  3. Solana Beach Oktoberfest has a definite beach feel
  4. Rockin’ for education
  5. New Solana Beach Sun Web site now online

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