La Jolla’s Brockton Villa hosts fundraiser for Muirland Middle School

Guests at the Brockton Villa enjoying great food, beautiful weather and an ocean view. Photo: Pearl Preis

David Heine says hello to some of the parents from Murilands Middle School. Photo: Pearl Preis

Muirlands parents Michelle Lanuti, and Lorri and Ariel Sabban. Photo: Pearl Preis

Muirlands Foundation President Kristi Pieper and Sue Schreibman decide what to have for breakfast. Photo: Pearl Preis

David and Megan Heine, owners of the Brockton Villa above La Jolla Cove, donated 50 percent of all breakfast proceeds between 8 and 11 a.m. on Jan. 27 to the Muirlands Middle School Foundation.

The foundation has funded such things as new computers and technology, a portion of the nurse’s and librarian’s salary, a class sets of text books, field trips, after school clubs, maintainance of student lockers, campus beautification, special events and classroom supplies.

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Posted by Kathy Day on Jan 29, 2011. Filed under Featured Story, La Jolla, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “La Jolla’s Brockton Villa hosts fundraiser for Muirland Middle School”

  1. 316Prospect

    Ah, if only I were lucky enough to breakfast at the Brockton Villa on January 27th, instead of being in New York City, where we had a 19-inch snowstorm that day (and schools, including middle schools, were closed).

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