Bingo raises funds for Bird Rock Elementary

Second grader Josh Lally and teacher Dana Lally enjoy the fun. Photo: Nedra Mesri

Bird Rock Elementary School families recently filled the school’s auditorium in La Jolla for Friday night Bingo Night. Laura Brown and Heather Olson organized the PTA-sponsored event, which was emceed by Jason Meyer and teachers supplied the dinner. More than $1,600 was raised for the school.

Clockwise, fourth-graders Peyton Heine and Alex Estey; fifth-graders Hanna Austgen, Nora Joyce and Yassi Mesri; and second-graderes Cynthia Estey and Sophia Mesri.

Third-grader Alex Mesri shows off his bingo card. Photo: Nedra Mesri

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