La Jolla High School Foundation hosts Vikings, Vines and Vintners

Event Chair Lisa Albanez, La Jolla High School Principal Dana Shelbourne and PTA President Beth Penny

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Photo by Daniel Solomon


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Supporters turned out en masse for the Vikings, Vines and Vintners fundraiser to benefit La Jolla High School on March 23, 2013 at the La Jolla Country Club. More than a dozen wineries provided tastes and wines for bid at the silent auction. Local businesses also donated gift certificates and prizes for auction, which was emceed by radio host and La Jolla High parent Mike Halloran from 91X. Hosted by the Foundation of La Jolla High, this year’s event marked the seventh year for the major fundraiser. For more information about the Foundation of La Jolla High School, visit ljhs.sandi.net/foundation

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