Holli Kenly is the author of "Breaking Through Betrayal," and has dedicated her book to a student of hers who passed away at a very young age. If you are in the La Quinta/Palm Springs area of California, October 22-24th, I hope you will stop by to see Holli.
Over the weekend of October 22-24, 2010, Borders Bookstore in Rancho Mirage will host a Benefit Fundraiser for the David Joseph Miller Memorial Scholarship at La Quinta High School. By using a Borders Benefit Coupon with the purchase any item over the event weekend, a percentage of sales will be donated to the scholarship fund.
David Joseph Miller was an International Baccalaureate Diploma Graduate of La Quinta High School in June 2005. Although David was passionate about many subjects, he was especially interested in Social Science and Physics. After graduation, David pursued his studies in Physics at the University of Redlands, Redlands, Ca. Tragically, on January 28, 2009, David was taken from us. The University of Redlands presented David’s diploma posthumously to his parents Sari and Lloyd Miller.
On March 8, 2010, teachers, staff, parents, and students of La Quinta High School gathered to celebrate David’s zest for life, to acknowledge his dedication to education, and to honor David’s goodness in all aspects of his extraordinary life. At that time, the David Joseph Miller Memorial Scholarship in Social Science was established. In June 2010, the first scholarship in David’s name was awarded to a graduating senior at La Quinta High School. Please join us in support and remembrance of this amazing young man.
Coupons may be picked up at the following locations: Borders Bookstore, La Quinta High School, Indio Middle School, Palm Desert Middle School.
Begin your holiday shopping now while contributing to a David’s fund!!
Retired La Quinta High School teacher and author Holli Kenley will be hosting a book signing event at Borders on Saturday, Oct. 23 from. Holli dedicated her most recent book, Breaking Through Betrayal: And Recovering The Peace Within, to her former student - David Joseph Miller.