Taste of La Jolla raises nearly $18,000 for LJHS

At NINE-TEN Jack Fisher, the restaurant’s pastry chef, with LJHS freshmen Hongil Kim, Caris Wei and Charlie Mann

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Nearly 400 people bought tickets to the La Jolla High School Foundation’s Taste of La Jolla, raising nearly $17,500 to help the school fill budget gaps.

Sandy Coggan Erickson, foundation president, said, “The weather was perfect… no evening marine layer and a beautiful full moon” as people made their way around the Village, sampling dishes at more than 20 local restaurants. Students from the LJHS Interact Club helped out with the event.

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