March 22, 2017

The Annual Red & Black Auction is coming “Into the Blue”

April 30, 2016

Why we do it:
The Red & Black Auction and Benefit Dinner is the single largest fundraiser for Corbett athletics. Athletes from Kindergartners through Seniors will participate in sports funded through the Corbett Boosters and Corbett Youth Sports this school year. An Evening with Red & Black is your opportunity to help ensure the future of Corbett’s sports programs is strong and financially sound. We look forward to seeing you at this wonderful evening!

Tickets:
Tickets are on sale now! Get them at the early bird pricing of $40 an individual, $80 a couple or $350 for a table of 8 until April 15th. After that tickets are $50 an individual, $100 a couple or $450 for a table of 8. Go to www.corbettboosters.com and click on 2016 Red & Black. If you have any problems with ticket sales please contact Kristy Walker (kgiusto04@yahoo.com).

Volunteers:
We are still looking for volunteers! We are in need of parent volunteers for the day before and the day of the event. Contact Julie Leith-Ross (leithrossclan@gmail.com) to find out how you can help.

Decorating is in full swing. We are in search of the following items to borrow:
– surfboards
– wooden canoe or boat / wooden paddles
– bouys (any material)
– lifesaver rings
– large sea shells
– white or blue Christmas lights
– grass skirt/table skirt
– fishnet (clean)
– any other vintage surf/sea decor

Also in search of items we can use to make decorations (will not be returned):

– broken umbrellas
– brown butcher paper
– green tissue paper (bulk)
– pool noodles
– 2×6 or 1×6 lumber (clean – we will need to paint it)
– rope (white or natural/brown)

If you have any of these items, and are willing to loan, please contact Julie Leith-Ross (leithrossclan@gmail.com).

Donations:
Donations are still being accepted. Contact John Leamy at 503-704-7653 to make a donation to the auction or visit the website, www.corbettboosters.com, and fill-out a form. All proceeds directly benefit student athletes at Corbett. Thank you for your support!

About Vanessa Knight

Vanessa Knight has worked for Corbett School District since 2011. She is currently a teacher on special assignment working as a college coach and as the district's communication coordinator. She lives in Corbett with her three sons.