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Paul Dougherty, Sandy Coggan Erickson (president, La Jolla High School Foundation) and Rob Hixson (vice-president). Photos by Renay Johnson

November 6, 2010 – La Jolla, CA – The 6th Annual Vikings, Vines and Vintners took place at the La Jolla Country Club. The event benefited the Foundation of La Jolla High School which ensures that La Jolla High continues to delivery the best secondary education possible. Approximately 300 guests mingled and sampled different wines from various wineries. A live auction of fine wines took place so that lucky bidders could enjoy bottles of these fine wines at home. Representatives from wineries as local as Temecula and as far as Arizona came out for the evening of wine and Belgian chocolate which was provided by Chocolats Meurens of New York.©Renay Johnson

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