Fundraiser for Del Mar Heights school ESC programs is Nov. 5


Parents of Del Mar Heights Elementary and the Del Mar School Education Foundation (DMSEF) are sponsoring a unique fundraiser. The event, “Jazzed About Our Kids,” celebrates the children’s future and promises to be a fun-filled night. Musical jazz group Fattburger is the evening’s featured entertainment with emcee NBC anchor Susan Taylor.

Tickets include complimentary food and drinks! The Del Mar Heights School Fundraiser Celebration will be on Friday, Nov. 5, from 6-10 p.m. at a private residence. Location information, list of auction items and ticket purchase information are available at More information about the DMSEF is available at their website

Money raised at the event will go to the DMSEF to help fund the Extended Studies Curriculum (ESC) programs in the areas of science, technology, art, physical education and music.

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  4. Del Mar Hills Academy celebrates creativity at Fiesta Del Mar fundraiser
  5. Lux After Dark fundraiser scheduled for Sept. 26

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