Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation to hold Cap & Gown reception

The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation will honor Cap and Gown contributors to the R. Roger Rowe School with a great big “Gracias!” and a Mexican Fiesta on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. There will be tacos, margaritas, mariachis and dancing at the gorgeous home of Nora and Alex Kaiser. The celebration follows the recent “Red Envelope” campaign, a school-wide effort to collect contributions supporting the district’s “Five-Star Education” programs.

The Cap and Gown Reception is an annual event celebrating the success of the Red Envelope Campaign and honoring contributors at the Cap & Gown level and above.
This event is generously sponsored by our community partner Wells Fargo The Private Bank. The volunteer organizers of this year’s fabulous event are: Nancy Bailey, Nora Kaiser, Dana McCaskill and Julie Plashkes.

The celebration is by invitation only. If you would like to join contributors at the Cap & Gown level ($1,850 per child), please contact Allison at 756-1141 x208.

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