Beth Am Preschool achieves 100 percent participation in annual fundraiser

Liz and Rabbi Matthew Earne, Asst Director Tammy Marcus, Preschool Director Denise Neifeld and Board President Steve Hochberg

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Beth Am Preschool hosted its annual fundraiser at Cohn Restaurant Group’s Vintana Wine + Dine in Escondido on March 9. Parents and teachers enjoyed dinner, drinks and live music on the beautiful Moonlight Veranda. Thanks to the families who attended, the generous underwriters and corporate sponsors, among them Alor, DeLatori and Cohn Restaurant Group, this year the school raised $45,000! Indeed the school celebrated an unprecedented 100 percent participation from its preschool community and as a result students will enjoy a school-wide celebration to mark this accomplishment.

Above All Advertising provided a Step & Repeat banner for the occasion and guests enjoyed a little “red carpet” moment upon their arrival.  Among the attendees were Steve Hochberg, president of the Congregation, as well as Rabbi Matthew Earne who led the raffle drawing. Lucky winners took home prizes from Del Mar Highlands Dentistry, DryBar, Stella&Dot, Pegasus Pilates, as well as fine jewelry by Alor and DeLatori. The Fundraiser Committee, led by Veronica Leff and Marci Laulom, included Janette Wornovitzky, Natalie Josephson, Tonia Cohn, Debbie Sigal, Director Denise Neifeld and Assistant Director Tammy Marcus. If you would like more information about Beth Am Preschool, please contact the school at 858-481-2893 or preschool@betham.com.

Courtesy photos.

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