The 30th Annual Lasallian Dinner and Auction will be held on April 6.
“Con Amore CBA” is the theme of this year’s celebration which directly benefits students of the school by helping to offset tuition costs, and thus ensuring that CBA remains accessible to those who desire a high caliber, college preparatory, Catholic education in the Lasallian tradition.
More than 250 silent auction and 20 live auction items will be featured. Live auction items include: a Chocolate Golden Doodle puppy, a trip to Napa Valley, tickets to the play Hamilton, and the PGA tournament at Bethpage; tickets to a Giants football game and lunch with punter Riley Dixon ’11 the day before; a weekend at Saratoga Race track, front row graduation seats and two country mega tickets to five country concerts at the Amphitheatre.
Silent auction items include: fine dining gift certificates and entertainment, electronics, sports memorabilia, plus much, much more.
Raffle tickets for a trip to Hawaii will also be sold. Ticket are $50 each or 3 for $125.
Kathleen Hanson, Director of Counseling Services will be recognized as this year’s Lassallian Educator of the Year, as chosen by the CBA faculty.
Prior to the Lasallian Dinner and Auction, Chuck O’Neill ‘65 and Kathy Reuter-Sportelli, CBA parent and volunteer, will receive the Alumni Association’s Purple and Gold Award.