The Tea 3 Foundation presented its “2021 Summer of Love” fundraising gala on June 5 at the RSF home of Tea 3 Foundation board member Charo Garcia-Acevedo.
The Beach and Country Guild hosted its 8th Annual Regale in The Ranch benefit “Rock the Yacht” June 5 at the RSF home of Mike and Ilene Lamb.
Las Damas de Fairbanks held its 2021 Annual Garden & Landscaping Tour June 4.
The nonprofit Miracle Babies celebrated its Miracle Circle Auxiliary on May 26 at the La Valencia Hotel in La Jolla with a brunch and cocktail reception called “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”
The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation held a food and wine tasting event to recognize Scholars’ Circle donors the evening of May 22 at the home of Jolene and Owen Perry in Rancho Santa Fe.
The Canyon Crest Academy boys and girls water polo teams celebrated seniors at Senior Night held May 21 at the Cathedral Catholic High School pool.
The RSF Women’s Fund held a pickleball event May 20 at the RSF Tennis Club to celebrate a year ending in donations of over $300,000 to grants for women, children and military families.
The Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund Grant Celebration took place May 11 at a luncheon held at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club.
The Canyon Crest Academy Foundation hosted its annual gala, Apart & Together for CCA, May 15 with a limited live audience outdoors at Canyon Crest Academy.
Just in Time for Foster Youth (JIT), a nonprofit organization dedicated to engaging a caring community to help transition-age foster youth achieve self-sufficiency and well-being, is hosting a series of EMpower parties through the end of May for its dedicated community of supporters.
The Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation hosted an exclusive Drive-In Movie Night event Friday, April 23, and Saturday evening, April 24, for Cap & Gown level donors and above.
The Solana Beach School District board will be considering a new policy on diversity, equity and inclusion at its June 17 meeting.
Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher and administrators laid out spending priorities including environment
Rancho Santa Fe’s Chloe Mullen, a sixth grader at The Nativity School, won third place in the Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation essay contest with a tribute to her hero grandfather Bill Haynor, an Air Force veteran.
Despite being the No. 1 seeded team heading into last week’s CIF Boys Golf Championship, Torrey Pines was hardly the veteran, star-studded type of unit that had won the last five section titles.