Crab Feed 2018
ABO Fundraiser and Community Event 

Calling all Crab-Eatin' Cats!!

 

Prices per person

Crab $55.00

Roast Chicken $35.00

Both dinner options include All-you-can eat Pasta, Salad, and Bread.

 

Saturday, February 3, 2018 starting at 5:30 pm

Red Morton Community Activities Building (CAB)

1400 Roosevelt Ave, RWC

 

Click Mr. Crab (below) to buy your tickets

 




Crab Feed 2017

A BIG SUCCESS!!

Almost 200 Woodside ABO supporters turned out for the 5th annual Crab Feed fundraiser on January 21st, and had a great time gobbling up endless, juicy, sweet Dungeness crustaceans; lovingly steamed with Old Bay seasoning and Pinot Grigio, plus salad, pasta, and dessert!

 

Cool cats from the Woodside Music Department’s Jazz Combo laid down some smooth tracks to entertain our diners, fabulous prizes were given away, and everyone had a rollicking good time!

JazzEnsemble

Many thanks to everyone who volunteered and helped to make the event truly memorable. Special thanks go out to the Patrick family for their expertise in cooking, cleaning, cracking, and to Ann Crevelt and Seiko Arimoto in organizing the manpower to make it all happen. It was truly an epic event, in all aspects. Together we raised about $7,000 (net) for our athletics programs!

 

           

Richard Crevelt: "Who signed me up for this!?"      Filling the pots, and firing them up.

 

            

Steve Patrick and his "Team Steam".                     The "Crackin' Crew", hard at work. Splat!

                                                                           Next time, wear goggles!

 

            

Principal Burbank says,                                       Ready, Steady, Eat!

“Say hello to my little friends!!”  

 

We hope to see even more Wildcat Athletic Boosters join us next year!

 

Athlete of the Week

Athletes of the Week December 4th, 2017

 

This week’s Athlete of the Week is the Girl's Varsity Cheer team!

According to senior Jade Jones, “The team set out to get a bid to nationals at one of our competitions, and we did at our first one.” Clearly the team aimed high and successfully placed 4th, earning their spot in Nationals. Their new coach, hard working Jaymie Guillena, has played a massive role in the team's success as she stepped up and coached both teams, demonstrating her love for cheer. Without Coach Jaymie, the cheer team wouldn’t have come this far and they are very happy to have her as their coach. Additionally, one of their best performances thus far includes the Sequoia performance because both teams performed as one and clearly had a blast, as pictured above. Clearly the cheer team has risen to a whole new level and their success is unmatched, congratulations to the Girls Varsity Cheer team and good luck at Nationals!

 Athlete of the Week