La Jolla Elementary holds meet-and-greet party for parents, teachers

Mom and La Jolla Cove Suites owner Krista Baroudi and La Jolla Elementary School Principal Donna Tripi

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Photo by Ashley Mackin

Parents, teachers and administrators gathered on the rooftop of La Jolla Cove Suites on Oct. 4 for a La Jolla Elementary School benefit. All proceeds went to the school because all refreshments were donated. Parent Krista Baroudi, owner of La Jolla Cove Suites, said the purpose of the party, in addition to raising funds, was to give parents and faculty members a chance to interact in a casual, friendly setting. Participants enjoyed hors d’oeuvres compliments of The Abbey Catering, and cocktails courtesy of Best Beverage. Musician Greg Feldman sang and played guitar as the sun set.

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