Real estate association donates $500 to Ramona High art class

Ramona High School art teacher Paula Payne, center, accepts a check for $500 from representatives of the Ramona Real Estate Association on behalf of the association. With Payne are association members, from left, Sally Westbrook, Cheryl Hotchkiss, Scott Norton, and Lori Garrow.

Ramona Real Estate Association recently donated $500 for Ramona High School art class supplies, presenting the check to teacher Paula Payne.

Because of  budget cuts, the class has limited funds to purchase much needed supplies for upcoming lessons such as clay and wood for sculpture projects, noted Cheryl Hotchkiss, association president.

“The RREA contributes from time to time to local youth-oriented programs in the community,” she said. “If you or your organization would like to support RHS, please contact them directly at 760-787-4000.”

For more information about the Ramona Real Estate Association, visit rrea.org/.

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Posted by Maureen Robertson on Oct 24 2012. Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Business, Featured Story. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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