Charlie David Sponsors and Volunteers boost all our CA athletics.
Dear Parents/Guardians – Please sponsor or volunteer for Charlie David!
The Charlie David Dinner is our celebration of athletics. It’s a dinner for the whole CA community – students, parents, teachers and staff. It’s an auction and a fundraiser for our school sports teams in Upper School and Middle School, and school athletic programming at all levels. The fun includes games for our younger kids organized by our older kids. It’s the kickoff to our home football game against Whitehall and Alumni Weekend. And it’s an opportunity to gear up with spirit wear at our own Viking Corner!
Sponsor our Kids’ Athletics
This Friday, September 20, is the Charlie David Dinner, CA’s main event to sponsor athletics. We need your help to make it successful. Please sponsor the event here: www.bidpal.net/cdd2019. If you like, you can designate your sponsorship to one or more sports or wish list items – just type your preference(s) into the “Special Requests” field in Step 2 of the ticket/sponsorship purchase. If you miss that step, you can email the event team at firstname.lastname@example.org with your preference(s). This year’s wish list includes:
Set of Soccer Goals Bench Seating for Track Throw Areas
Baseball Field Renovation Systems New Wrestling Equipment
Hydration Station in Training Room Track & Field Starting Timing System
New Girls MS Volleyball Uniforms New JV Boys Basketball Uniforms
New MS Boys Basketball Uniforms New MS Girls Basketball Uniforms
Golf Indoor Training Aids/Practice Systems
Volunteer for the Charlie David Dinner
We still need volunteers to help out with the dinner. The Charlie David Dinner’s crucial ingredient is you. Volunteers are more important than ever, because this year we’ve expanded the number of food lines to cut down on waiting and make it more fun for everyone. Please volunteer here: https://www.signupgenius.com/
More information about the dinner can be found here:
Thank you for all your help!
Melissa Kass (Samantha ’19 & Jared ’21)
Greg Gorospe (Keir ’21)