Ashley Falls Soaring Soiree

Stephanie Pellette, J.D. Keegan

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The first Ashley Falls Soaring Soiree was held Nov. 30 at Arterra at the San Diego Marriott Del Mar.  Ashley Falls PTA’s first evening event was designed to showcase its silent auction that benefits the school’s PTA programs, which include: Reflections, Kid Power, Red Ribbon Week, Classroom Mini Grants, Study Buddies, Walk to School Day, Dad’s Club, Principal’s Coffees, the Cake Decorating Contest, Spring Carnival, Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week, and more. Photos/Jon Clark

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