HillsFest at the Del Mar Marriott

Jeannie Thomas, Elizabeth Kyle, April Ricards, Amy Caterina

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Supporters of Del Mar Hills Academy gathered for HillsFest on March 22,
the school PTA’s biggest fundraiser of the year. HillsFest, which was held at the
Arterra in the Del Mar Marriott, featured an auction, food and drink, and dancing.

Guests were also invited to wear their favorite wigs.

All proceeds help fund vital programs and equipment
at Del Mar Hills Academy.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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