‘Toast to Torrey’

Sallie Small, Kathy Cuff

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On Feb. 26, the Pacific Athletic Club hosted a “Toast to Torrey,” the kickoff to Torrey Pines High School Foundation’s spring fundraising season. The PAC donated food and beverages for the first 100 attendees, each of whom was asked to bring a bottle of wine valued at $35 or more to be donated to an online auction that begins March 9 and concludes with a live auction at The Belly Up during the foundation’s annual “Pump Up The Volume” fundraiser on March 31. The auction may be accessed at www.torreypinesfoundation.org.
Photos: Jon Clark

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