Canyon Crest Retro Prom

Kim and Ken Farinsky, Jeann Hartley

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The Canyon Crest Academy Retro Prom was held April 21 at the Hilton Del Mar. Promgoers enjoyed  live and silent auctions, dinner, a show featuring CCA Envision dance and music students, a performance by the Eve Selis Band and more. Proceeds go toward programs in academics; Envision: the Arts at CCA; athletics; Quest, infrastructure & technology; and career, college and counseling.

Photos: Jon Clark

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