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Pump Up the Volume Committee members: L to r.: Anna Chamberlin, Deland Lee, Denise Small, Sharon Fogg, Cyndi Pokal, Foundation Director Bobbi Karlson, Chris Cordova, Candy Drolson, Victoria Hanlon, Linda Wiener, Jennifer Eveleth, Michelle Klein, Anne Duskin, Heather Parkllan, Julie Henry, and Marlaine Fetzer. Photo/Jon Clark

Torrey Pines High School Foundation begins planning Spring Fundraiser On March 31, 2012, Torrey Pines High School Foundation will host its annual Spring Fundraiser, also known as”Pump Up The Volume.” This popular and casual event will be held at the Belly Up in Solana Beach from 5-8 p.m. The evening’s festivities will feature a popular DJ, live and online auctions, raffles and, possibly, a magician. A great group of enthusiastic volunteers will be meeting monthly on campus for friendship, coffee and planning of the event. All are welcome. Restaurant, golf, sports and travel donations are especially being sought for the auction. Opportunities for sponsorship at all levels are still available. All Torrey Pines High School parents and supporters are urged to get involved! Donations are tax deductible and net proceeds benefit all TPHS students. If you would like to join a committee, donate to the silent or live auction, or be a sponsor, please contact the TPHS Foundation office at or (858) 793-3551 for more information.

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Pink Power! Torrey Pines Pop Warner’s Midget Falcons Cheer squad recently helped promote breast cancer awareness by wearing pink hair ribbons and poms in the shape of the pink ribbon. The squad wore them for all games and practices in the month of October. Back row, (left to right): Ashley Levinson, Georgie Head, Dani Jackel, Marikit Mendiola, Alexa Sanchez, Lauren Sinasohn, Amanda Stewart; Front row (left to right): Kristi Rowe, Briana Herloss, Talli Johnson, Lilah Cook, Kelly Huppert, Kate Betts, Lila Flowers, Stefanie Ho, and Caroline Lidl. Not pictured: Katie Massari, Allie Schneider.


ON THE MENU: NEW DELIGHTS WITH AN OCEAN ON THE SIDE. SIP & SAVOR: AUTUMN TREASURES Available Nightly in November from 5 to 10 p.m. $30 per person, $45 with wine tasting. Celebrate harvest time with a special three-course Autumn Treasures menu featuring King Oyster Mushroom Baklava, Preserved Fruit Stuffed Pheasant Breast and much more. In December, enjoy our Winter Comfort tasting menu.

THANKSGIVING BUFFET Thursday, November 24, from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. $44 for adults with special pricing for children. This bountiful menu features a variety of savory appetizers including Saffron Tangerine Kabocha Squash Soup, delicious main courses like classic Bourbon Brined North Carolina Tom Turkey, plus seasonal sides, sweet desserts, and much more.


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Sunday, December 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. $44 for adults with special pricing for children. Savor a holiday buffet featuring seasonal appetizers like Pomegranate Tarragon Smoked Salmon, main courses including Eden Farm Bone-In Iowa Ham, plus decadent desserts, a children's station, and more. Please visit for complete holiday menus and to make reservations.

Located next to Kellogg Park at La Jolla Shores Hotel 888.691.3040 | TAX AND GRATUITY NOT INCLUDED. MENU ITEMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

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