Solana Beach Ball benefits two elementary schools

The Solana Beach Ball is coming up, an event that helps bring art, science, PE and technology to students at Skyline and Solana Vista schools. The Solana Beach Foundation for Learning is looking for community support for the schools on their biggest fundraising event of the year.

“For little public schools in this little town, it’s a pretty big event for us,” said Hedy Allen-Hydo, Skyline’s foundation site president.

“The Beach Ball is more of a big community event, even if your kids don’t go to the two elementary schools, it’s also supporting our local businesses,” said event chair Scott Billington said.

The Solana Beach Ball will be held on Saturday, April 30, at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. There will be dinner and dancing, and live and silent auctions will feature big ticket items such as a weekend in Mammoth and more priceless items like artwork created by every classroom at the two schools.

To get involved with the Solana Beach Ball, visit sbfl.org. Donation forms are available online.

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