Kudos to donors for Riford Center courtyard

Kudos go to those who made the Riford Center’s new courtyard design reality after the board determined it was time to update the 75-year-old centerpiece of the community center.

Photo by Photo Dave Schwab

Ceramic artist Laird Plumleigh Studios of Encinitas did design work for the courtyard, which includes a fountain featuring a Torrey pine. La Jolla Landscape added drought-tolerant species. An overhead sail structure made in Australia donated by Judy and Jack White furnishes shade. Other major donors include: Lee and Rhonda Vida who are responsible for the fountain; Jim and Harriet Walker who donated outdoor heaters; Jacquie Woods who contributed all of the courtyard hardscape; and Keven and Sherry Ahern who donated a new indoor-outdoor sound system.

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