La Jolla Elementary School celebrate Fiesta

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PHOTO BY MAURA OCHOA

More than 500 La Jolla Elementary School students and families, friends, teachers and staff celebrated in style on Friday at the annual community-buildling Amigos Fiesta sponsored by the school’s PTO.

Chairs Katie Riveroll and Mary Perrine were assisted dozens of volunteers and helpers that made the Fiesta come alive, Riveroll said.
Strolling Mariachis ” Los Corporales” and Aida Flores Aztec Dancers gave a wonderful performance, and there were classroom performances as well, she added. Taco Express served food and m ore than 26 different game and concession booths covered the campus
The most popular booths were Face Painting, Tinsel Booth by La Jolla’s Staceyz Salon, Tattoo Booth, Treasure Chest, Loteria (Bingo) Game, Ring the Sombreros, Mango and fruit cups, Virgin Margaritas, churros and Ice Cream

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