Crab Feed 2019
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 2, 2019 starting at 5:30 pm

Red Morton Community Activities Building (CAB)

1400 Roosevelt Ave, RWC

 

Music by the Woodside Jazz Ensemble

Drawing for Great Prizes (Golf for 4 at Peninsula CC, Dinners, etc)

 

 

 

 




Crab Feed 2018

A BIG SUCCESS!!

Almost 200 Woodside ABO supporters turned out for the 6th annual Crab Feed fundraiser on February 3rd 2018, 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 Ensemble laid down some smooth tracks to entertain our diners, fabulous prizes were given away, and everyone had a rollicking good time!

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 over $10,000 (net) for our athletics programs!

 

 

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

 

Athlete of the Week

Final Athlete of the week 2017/18

 

This week’s Athlete of the Week is freshman Katie Meade. Katie began the high jump event in 8th grade and took the event more seriously this year with the help of her supportive teammates. She enjoys participating on the Track and Field team because the team aspect and atmosphere is “golden” and each and every team member is supportive of one another. Additionally, Katie enjoys the fact that her event is an individual one which allows her to track her progress with the support of an entire team. In terms of her source of motivation, Coach Dobbins plays a pivotal role in pushing Katie to strive for excellence and consistency. Her father also helps since he is a former high jumper in college, he pushes Katie to work hard both on and off the track. With the support of her teammates, coaches, and parents, Katie qualified for CCS finals as a 9th grader and she hopes to make it to the state championships next year. Katie’s accomplishments for this year are impressive, congratulations Katie on being this week’s Athlete of the Week!

 Athlete of the Week