Envision Raven Wishes Night

Brad Phillips, Jackie Phillips, Anne Whattoff

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The Canyon Crest Academy Foundation hosted Envision Raven Wishes Night on March 6 at the Del Mar Hilton.

Attendees were able to meet with teachers and administrators, learn about the programs and their needs, and show their support by funding items needed in the Envision day classes and Conservatories.

Envision, The Arts at Canyon Crest Academy, is a nationally recognized program that encompasses all of the Visual and Performing Arts courses offered at CCA.

Visit www.canyoncrestfoundation.org

Photos: Jon Clark

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