Winston School donates turkeys to help others

For the fourth straight year, The Winston School Parents Group, organized by the Student Council, has donated turkeys to participants in the Del Mar Rental Assistance Program administered by Del Mar Community Connections.  This year, along with the turkeys, two families will also be blessed with the gift of an enormous pumpkin pie!  Pictured from left to right are students from Ellen Soldinger’s class: Tristan Kasa, Katarina Young, Patrick Ray (holding DMCC mascot Spunky), Aydan Scott, and Blake Brickley presenting a turkey to DMCC Program Director Heather Glenn.  Photo courtesy of Emily Olson.

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  4. Del Mar Community Connections moves offices
  5. The transformation of Lukasz Augustine — Winston School Headmaster’s Award recipient

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