Rummage sale nets $2,200 for school music programs at La Jolla High and Muirlands Middle schools

Muirlands Middle School sixth-grader Andre Kadoori, 11, purchases a spare surfboard for $35 at the rummage sale.

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Photo by Pat Sherman

A rummage sale held in the auditorium of La Jolla High School Oct. 13-14 raised $2,200 for music programs at La Jolla High and Muirlands Middle schools.

The money will benefit concert band and orchestral music at Muirlands, which is funded entirely by donations, as well as supplies like sheet music, stands and violin strings for the instrumental and vocal music programs at La Jolla High.

Donations are tax deductible. For those who missed the sale and would like to make a donation, checks can be sent to music director Michael Fiedler at:

• Muirlands Middle School, 1056 Nautilus St., La Jolla CA, 92037 (checks should be payable to Muirlands Middle School Foundation and contain the word “music” in the subject line).

• La Jolla High School, 750 Nautilus St., La Jolla CA, 92037 (checks should be payable to La Jolla High School and contain either the word “band” or “choir” in the memo line).

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  5. Teen Star Cassadee Pope urges Muirlands students to live life ‘naturally high’

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