Price charitable fund is established

To honor the memory of the late Sol Price, the Helen and Sol Price Charitable Fund was established at the Jewish Community Foundation. Price was founder of Price Club, which later merged into Costco.

“Sol was an innovative business man with a heart of gold,” said Murray Galinson, foundation chair and board member of Price Charities. “He will truly be missed.” To contribute to the fund, call (858) 279-2740.

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