Ocean Air School ‘Evening Extravaganza’

Stephen and Patsy Bouzan, Penny and Steven Tom

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Ocean Air Elementary School PTA held an “Evening Extravaganza” on Oct. 19 at Arterra at the Del Mar Marriott. The fun-filled evening featured a silent auction, “wine pull,” music, savory appetizers and a cash bar.

The event proceeds benefit Ocean Air PTA programs.

Photos/Jon Clark

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