Canyon Crest Academy gala has recipe for success

The Marriott Del Mar hosted the annual Canyon Crest Academy Gala and Auction on April 17, serving up hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and dinner for parents and alumni. The 2010 theme was “Recipe for Success: Mastering the Art of Excellence in Educating.” Music for dancing was provided by DJ Scot Feld. Proceeds from ticket sales and the silent auction will be used to fund the academy’s programs in the arts, engineering, technology, sciences and humanities, college career counseling and athletics.

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