Canyon Crest Academy Foundation hosts ‘Shoot for the Stars’ gala

The San Diego Air and Space Museum provided the backdrop for the CCA Gala

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The Canyon Crest Academy Foundation’s annual gala benefit “Shoot for the Stars” was held May 11 at the San Diego Air and Space Museum.  The event included gourmet appetizers, signature cocktails, a silent and live auction, dancing, dessert, and exclusive access to the museum including use of the simulators.

Proceeds will be used to support programs such as Envision, Quest, Sports and other enrichment programs.

You can donate online at:  www.canyoncrestfoundation.org.

– Photos/Jon Clark

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