Revelry Gala & Auction!
Saturday, April 29, 2017

Welcome to Revelry Gala & Auction! Now in its eleventh year, Revelry has become our largest fundraiser of the year. The event’s success has grown substantially over the past five years and we hope to make Revelry 2017 the most successful yet!


Event Sponsorship:

Become a Sponsor of St. Francis Catholic High School’s Premier Events. Our 2016-2017 sponsorship opportunities include both single event and package levels for Revelry and Crab Feed.


For more information, please visit our sponsorship page or contact Katie Brunetti, Advancement Department 

Event Details:

The evening begins with Mass at 4:30pm, for those who wish to attend, and is followed by the silent auction in Serra Court Café (Dining Hall) beginning at 5:00pm. The silent auction offers a panoply of items ranging from $25 gift cards to “mini-live” auction items valued in the thousands.  After all silent tables are closed, guests are invited into the gym which is transformed into a lovely dining room.  The highlight of the evening is our robust and spirited live auction! Featuring many exquisite trips, group parties, and unique items, the Revelry live auction can’t be missed!

About Revelry:

The funds raised at Revelry are an essential part of the annual budget and allow for important school operations such as scholarships, facility improvements, technology enhancements, spiritual enrichment, academic excellence, performing arts and athletic and opportunities.

Revelry’s success can only be achieved with an expected 100% parent support through donations, attendance and/or volunteering. Alumnae, parents of alumnae and other community members are also encouraged to participate by sponsoring, providing auction items and attending the event.


Please contact Katie Brunetti, for further information or questions.


2017 Revelry Sponsors


Angela & Richard Lavezzo (Madalyn ‘16 & Emalee ‘19)
Arraycon LLC

Nancy & Rob Sbisa (Lia ‘12, Pilar ‘15 & Maya ‘18)
Wells Fargo Bank

Celia Puff (Kristen ‘16)
TeleDirect Communications

The Cat’s Pajamas - GOLD SPONSORS 

Patrick & Michelle Alexander (Maddori ‘20)

Jenna & Scott Davis (Brielle ‘20) 
​Southgate Glass, Inc. 

Dr. Penny Dodson (Fiona ‘17)

Nicole & Sean Minor (Elizabeth ‘16)
Sean Minor Wines

Pacific Coast Companies, Inc.

Kellie & Jeff Randle (Annie ‘15 & Jillie Kate ‘18)
Randle Communications

Darcy & John Saca (Chase ’18 & Payton ’19)

Veronica Padilla Valdez ‘94 & Vaughn Valdez (Victoria ‘19)
Valdez Painting, Inc.

Gin Joint - Silver Sponsors

Ada & Jeff Bauman (Isabelle ‘17 & Gabrielle ‘20)

Kelly & Augusta Brothers (Lauren ‘18)

Ann & Mike Casentini (Gabrielle ‘17 & Sophia ‘20)

Lynn & Kirk Dowdell (Michelle ‘13, Allison ‘18 & Kat ’20)

Flo & Chris Kahn (Megan ‘17)

The Lien Family (Lori  ’08, Siena Di Roma ’15)
L and D Landfill

Stan Lukowicz, III (Audrey ‘17 & Lauren ‘18)
Capital City Loan & Jewelry

Kevin & Kathleen Ramos (Kristen ‘18)

Maria Reid Vail ‘82 & Brian Vail (Jacqueline ‘17 & Christina ‘19)

Flappers & Fedoras – Bronze Sponsors

Lisa & Jonathan Breslau (Sophia ‘20 & Sara ‘21)

Christi Calpo (Jenelle ‘00 & Jennine ‘05)

Colonel Christopher & Dr. Ava Marie Conlin (Grace ‘18 & Rose ‘19)

Lou & Stephanie Dedier (Jordyn ’21)
Mimosa House

DesCor Builders

Shareen & J.C. Fat (Michelle ‘12 & Marissa ‘18)

Martha & Ray Gates (Samantha ‘17)
Lauria Tokunaga Gates & Linn​

Kim Pacini Hauch 

Mike & Lisa Koewler (Taylor ‘17)

Ann & Dan Kramer (Madeline ‘15 & Kathryn ‘19)

Alan & Julie Laskin (Emily ‘14 & Sonia ‘17)
Law Offices of Alan M Laskin

Alan & Patty Leatherby (Jaime ‘12 & Jessica ‘16)
Leatherby’s Family Creamery

Ruth & Craig McLoughlin (Lily ‘19)

Liza & Chris Micheli (Francesca ‘15)

Mollie Munizich Nelson ‘86 & William Nelson (Madison ‘20)

Dr. Chris & Gabby Neubuerger (Kathryn ‘18)

Jim & Debby Niethammer (Kelly ‘19)
Kari & Steve Goodwin (Mary-Louise ‘18)

Northern California Research

Dexter & Theresa Parulan (Hannah ‘19)

Lynn Lok-Payne & McKenna Payne ‘14

Barbara & Chris Ramm (Elizabeth ‘20)

Tracey & Justin Reginato (Grace ‘17)

Theresa & Robert Rodgers

Christine & Todd Sanfilippo (Nina ‘16 & Natalie ‘18)

St. Mary Cemetery & Funeral Center

Michael & Tracy Tooley (Erin ‘19)
Tooley Oil Company

Stephanie Prather Wetch (Halena ‘19)

Lesa & Thomas Whetzel (Clare ‘17)
Whetzel Family Charitable Trust

General information

Donation Ideas

The Revelry Committee requests your donation of items, services and travel/entertainment experiences for the Live and Silent Auctions. Please consider teaming up with another family or families to underwrite or donate a larger gift than you might contribute individually. Cash donations are always welcomed. Revelry is a collective effort to support educational excellence at St. Francis. Thank you for your generosity!


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  • Vacation/Destination Homes (two nights to two week stays)
  • Hotels
  • Cruise or Yacht
  • Private Jet, Helicopter, & Limousines
  • Commercial Airline Tickets/Certificates
  • Symphony Tickets
  • Music Circus
  • Disneyland Tickets
  • Knotts Berry Farm
  • Six Flags Museum Passes
  • Movie Passes

Cash Donations

Cash Donations to Revelry can be directed to underwrite Auction Items, Class Projects and/or go directly to the “bottom line” to help Revelry meet its financial goal.

The deadline for acknowledgement in the auction program is April 1, 2017. Cash donations made after that time will be recognized on signage the evening of Revelry.

Thank you for your generosity!

Make a Cash Donation Here


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