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Bonsall High School's car show zooms forward in 2nd year

BONSALL – Bonsall High School hosted its second annual car show Saturday, Oct. 7, to raise money for the school's college and career center. Longtime Bonsall Unified School District employee Crystal Dence, who founded the event, organized the car show in cooperation with the Bonsall Education Foundation.

This year, the car show had over 60 registered cars featuring everything from muscle cars to rare and antique automobiles. In addition to the car show and contests, students from the Bonsall High School CTE product innovation and design course displayed toy cars they remodeled and re-envisioned in class.

Families were treated to a variety of vendors as well as performances from Sullivan Middle School's show choir, led by director Stacy Pecore, and the Ballet Folklorico group led by teachers Caroline Sanchez-Carcamo, Rosa Cortez-Rojo and Daniel Mencias.

Proceeds from the care show support the college and career center which provides scholarships for Bonsall High School students, job shadowing and internship opportunities, as well as college and career readiness resources.

Next year, the Bonsall Education Foundation would like to expand the car show to support Bonsall High School's CTE program, which is led by counselor Eryn Barker. It provides pathways from high school and the early college program with Palomar College to certification in computer science and manufacturing fields.

Submitted by Bonsall High School.


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