Ocean Air debuts Evening Extravaganza

Trish Troxler, Diana Witte

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Parents, friends, and community members of Ocean Air Elementary School attended the 1st Annual Evening Extravaganza on April 26 at the Marriott Del Mar. The event, which was sponsored by the Ocean Air PTA, included music, delicious hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, wine raffle, silent auction, and a special Shark Reef “Teacher Wish Wall.”

All proceeds for the event benefit Ocean Air School.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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