101. VIP Reception with Msgr. Murphy
Saturday, April 29, 2017 • Pre-Auction • 4:30–5:30 p.m.
$50 per person • 50 spaces available
Location: Weston Commons
Homecoming can’t happen soon enough; you’ve rummaged through the hall closet and dug out the old letterman’s jacket and you’re ready to get this party started! Enjoy complimentary champagne and hors d’oeuvres at a pre-event social on campus the night of the auction in the Weston Commons. We’ll treat you to some smooth jazz, performed by our students and to Msgr. Murphy in his “natural habitat.”
102. Ladies Private Shopping Night
Thursday, May 11, 2017 • 6:00–9:00 p.m.
$30 per person • 40 spaces available
Locations: Shop Adorn • Gild
Grab your girlfriends and head to one of Southeast’s most buzzed-about areas for a night of private shopping at two locally owned boutiques. This private event includes a local celebrity stylist to answer all of your questions and help you navigate spring’s top trends. Gild features a collection of independent shoe designers and several local handbag and jewelry designers. Adorn offers a variety of local and national hard-to-find brands and the best denim selection in town. Best of all, each boutique will raffle a $100 gift card and two $50 gift cards! Fashion advice, wine, champagne, appetizers, and desserts provided.
103. Private Local Wine Tasting
Friday, May 12, 2017 • 5:00–7:30 p.m.
$25 per person • 60 spaces available
Location: Great Wine Buys
Celebrate the wines of the Pacific Northwest at a private tasting poured by our local favorite, Great Wine Buys. Hosts, John and Murray will close the shop so it’s just Rams. You will be tasting local wines from our region, from Willamette Valley Pinot Noir to Walla Walla Cabernet Sauvignon and snacking on fresh seasonal foods from Portland’s best markets. Come alone and make new friends or sign up in numbers. This will definitely be an evening to remember! You’ll have the opportunity to purchase wines at the end of the event as well; they are offering 10% off half-cases and 20% off cases throughout the evening.
104. Dive Bar Night
Friday, May 19, 2017 • 7:00 p.m.–Midnight
$40 per person • 75 spaces available
Location: Mousetrap Tavern
Raise a glass to the glory days at this private event! Imagine you and 74 of your closest Central Catholic comrades taking over a classic dive bar for the night. Shoot pool, throw darts, sing karaoke, play video poker, and of course, enjoy all the fried food you can eat! Tap beer (domestic and microbrews), wine (nothing fancy), fried food, $10 UBER credit, and a good time included. Cheers!
105. Lobster Dinner with the Archbishop
August 17, 2017. • 6:30 p.m.
$100 per person • 20 spaces available
Location: Home of Marty and Allison Kehoe
Gather your friends, or get ready to make new ones at this summer-time lobster dinner with the leaders of our faith community, Archbishop Alexander Sample and Msgr. Tim Murphy ‘58. Enjoy this seafood feast at a poolside table at the Southwest Portland home of Central Catholic parents, Marty and Allison Kehoe.
106. Central Catholic Par 3 Golf Tournament
Friday, August 25, 2017
12:45 p.m. Check In • 1:30 p.m. Shotgun Start
$50 per person • 80 spaces available
Location: McMenamins Edgefield West Course
There is nothing better than spending the day with your family, hitting the links at the pitch-n-putt course at McMenamins Edgefield pub course. Put together a foursome with friends or relatives and bring your “A” game to the 2017 Central Catholic Golf Tourney. You can also sign up individually and we’ll hook you up on a team. You need only a putter and wedge (maybe a nine iron). No worries if you don’t own clubs, McMenamins has loaners on hand. This shotgun, scramble, 20-hole tournament comes with t-shirts, door prizes, cold beverages, and of course, a trophy and fabulous prize for the winning team. This course is fun for all levels of golfers. Get the weekend started off right with some family (or friend) bonding.
107. Private Art Show at Russo Lee Gallery
Thursday, August 31, 2017 • 6:30–8:00 p.m.
$45 per person• 80 spaces available
Location: Russo Lee Gallery
Enjoy art? This is an evening you won’t want to miss! Martha Lee, Central Catholic parent and owner of Russo Lee Gallery, will host a private event where you can tour the gallery, view local art, and ask questions, all while enjoying adult beverages and small bites. Featured during this event will be artist Sherrie Wolf, who will talk about her current exhibition titled “Postcards from Paris.” Sherrie Wolf is a Portland native who studied at the Museum Art School. Her work is sought after by private, corporate, and public collectors and is included in numerous museums. Russo Lee Gallery features the best artists of the Pacific NW region and has operated in NW Portland for over 30 years. If you find yourself in the market for art, Russo Lee Gallery will be offering a generous 10% discount to attendees. Wine, champagne, and small bites included.
108. Middle Eastern Dinner with Hoda
Sunday, September 24, 2017 • 5:00 p.m.
$60 per person • 30 spaces available
Location: Home of Hani and Hoda Khouri
Enjoy an authentic Lebanese dinner catered by Hoda’s Middle Eastern Cuisine at owners Hani and Hoda’s residence in Happy Valley. Your evening will include a full dinner featuring local farmers’ ingredients and 100% grass-fed beef. Wine, beer, and desserts will also be included.
109. Super Bowl Saturday Flag Football
Saturday, February 3, 2018 • 8:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
$50 per person • 32 spaces available
Location: Harrington Field
Do you dream of playing like Joe Montana (or sure, maybe Tom Brady)? Then we have an event for you! Fathers and sons can sign up to play in this star-studded Super Bowl game and we’ll create four teams of eight, each with their very own celebrity coach: former NFL players, Anthony Newman and John Charles, Head Coach Steve Pyne, and a surprise coach. We will play two opening games and then a round of playoff games to determine the champions of our Super Bowl-worthy flag football clash. The championship trophy will be presented at the end of the tournament. No skill or experience necessary; we will have refs to make sure the game is played on the up and up! Coaches, refs, lunch, beverages, and Advil included.
Central Catholic High School is a college preparatory school committed to educating students from diverse backgrounds in a Catholic community, challenging each individual to live as a Christian witness in service to others. Each year our Presidents’ Dinner and Auction raises money for tuition assistance. The night includes dinner, a silent and live auction, and performances by our talented students.
Central Catholic High School
2401 SE Stark Street
Portland, Oregon 97214