Party welcomes new parents

The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation hosted its annual Newcomers’ Cocktail Party welcoming all parents who are new to the school on Oct. 1 at the home of Michael and Jori Potiker-Brown. The party was a casual affair and a chance for new parents to meet each other as well as meet established families. The event was sponsored by corporate community partner Wells Fargo.

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