La Jolla school bands plan Sunday fundraiser

Muirlands and La Jolla High band members will perform on Sunday. Photo: Light File

In an effort to raise much needed funds for the LJHS and Muirlands Middle School music programs, band parent Sylvia Castelluzzo has organized a fun community tea party/brunch fundraiser with student musicians performing as the entertainment, according the Michael Fiedler, who teaches instrumental music at both schools.

The fundraiser will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 pm. this Sunday at Harvard Cookie Girl Cooking School, 7441 Girard Ave. It has been planned to coincide with the hours of the La Jolla Open Aire Market down the street.

Tickets are $30. Reservations are due by Feb. 8,

You can download the form at http://tinyurl.com/6e7o7kq and return the form with check (or cash!) to Fiedler by Feb. 8.

Fiedler said it may still be possible to get tickets after Tuesday. If not, students will be performing outside the cooking school and a donation table will be set up there, he added.

If interested in tickets after the deadline, e-mail Fiedler at mfiedler@sandi.net.

Make checks out to “LJHS Foundation” or “Muirlands Foundation” with “LJHS Instrumental Music Department” or “Muirlands Music Dept.” on the “memo” line.

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