The Cowboy Ball

Monty and Ann Woolley

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The St. James Academy held its annual gala, The Cowboy Ball, April 2 at St. James Parish Center in Solana Beach. The event featured live and silent auctions, a mechanical bull, line dancing lessons and traditional cowboy fare. The event raised money for the tuition “gap” and tuition assistance.

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