Del Mar Schools Education Foundation receives check from parents

Del Mar Union School District parents and staff at the check presentation.


A check for $85,000 was recently presented to the Del Mar Schools Education Foundation by parents of Del Mar Heights at the school’s Winterfest.

The funds were raised at a unique fundraiser held Nov. 5 at the home of Darrin and Heather Hegemier. The event, “Jazzed About Our Kids,” featured musical jazz group Fattburger was the evening’s featured entertainment with emcee NBC anchor Susan Taylor. 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. Photo/Karen Billing

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  4. Education foundation raises more than $700K
  5. Parents beg DMUSD board not to close any schools

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Posted by Lorine Wright on Dec 13, 2010. Filed under Del Mar, Featured Story, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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