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Thank You, Auction Co-chairs Amie Stevenson & Emily Stephenson We are thrilled to celebrate the best of Sacramento with you at Auction 2018. Thank you for your efforts on behalf of the students of Country Day.

With appreciation, from the members of the Sacramento Country Day School Board of Trustees Angela Donlan Billy Downing Steve Edwards Roxanne Elliott Amy Johnson ’95 Loren Kaye Jenna Magan Lee Mahla

Louay Owaidat Patrice Ratinoff Lindsey Sackheim Lokesh Sikaria Julie Sloat Emily Stephenson Kelley Taber ’84 Francis Zhang


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Auction 2018 COUNTRY DAY



Program 6 PM Registration MAGNOLIA PATIO Welcome Champagne Reception MAGNOLIA FOYER Silent Auction First section closes at 7:20 PM Online bidding ends at 8:15 PM MAGNOLIA BALLROOM Dinner Golden Ticket Drawing Class Projects Fund-a-Need for the Country Day Scholars Program Live Auction REVIVAL AT THE SAWYER After-party at the rooftop lounge follows the Live Auction

41st Annual Auction Benefitting Academics, Faculty Salaries, Scholarship, and Enhancement Programs, at Sacramento Country Day School, 2636 Latham Drive • Sacramento, CA 95864 3

Welcome and Thank You from the Head of School Welcome to Country Day’s 41st annual auction, “the Best of Sacramento.” Whether you are already a member of the Country Day family, or a guest tonight just learning about our wonderful school, thank you for your generosity. Proceeds from the Auction go towards recruitment, retention, and professional development of our incomparable faculty and staff and enable the school to offer tuition assistance and scholarships to students throughout the Sacramento region, many of whom would not receive such a life-changing education without the generosity of individuals like you. The brand new Kimpton Sawyer Hotel is a fitting site for Country Day’s Auction. Standing alongside the award winning Golden 1 Center, the hotel and its surroundings symbolize the renaissance of our downtown, the result of inspired partnership between the city and the Sacramento Kings. While a bit more understated than these sparkling metropolitan symbols, several miles to the east, near the intersection Fair Oaks and Munroe, sits Country Day. I happily tell prospective families that SCDS offers the best education in the region by all measurable standards – the highest SAT and AP scores, 100% of graduates attending a who’s who of selective colleges and universities across the country and internationally. The numbers, while impressive, reveal only a snapshot of the Country Day experience. The intangibles are captured by our mission statement: Sacramento Country Day inspires intellectual inquiry and engages a diverse community to think critically, live creatively, and act compassionately. A Country Day education consists of a mosaic of experiences, both in and beyond the classroom, all of which are rooted in partnership between the school and families, between students and dedicated, talented teachers, and among a diverse and creative population of students. I offer my deepest gratitude to this year’s Auction Chairs – Amie Stevenson and Emily Stephenson – for creating such a spectacular event. To “Team Steph(v)enson,” we are deeply indebted to you for your generosity, hard work, and creative energy. Lastly, I raise my glass to all of you who have unselfishly contributed your time, talent, and resources to make this event possible – our business and parent sponsors, donors, volunteers, enthusiastic bidders, and attendees. Thank you for helping to make Sacramento Country Day the premier educational opportunity in our fair city. With sincere appreciation,

Lee Thomsen Head of School



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Wine Auction 1. & 2. COMPLEMENT YOUR DINNER WITH AN EXTRAORDINARY WINE PAIRING The setting is stunning and the company is excellent; enhance your culinary experience with some vintage wine. Country Day parent Jeb Burton, wine collector and sommelier, has coordinated a package of boutique bottles, perfectly aged in the cellars of some of Sacramento’s top collectors. To further elevate the experience, your stemware will be replaced by varietally appropriate Riedel and a sommelier will expertly attend your table by opening and serving your wine. We have two groups of excellent wines - “New World” and “Old World.”

Donor: Jeb & Julianna Burton (1st & 4th grade parents)

Live Auction 3.

SURPRISE VISIT BY BAXTER TO YOUR CHILD’S PARTY Baxter can’t talk, but he can keep a secret. Surprise your child at his or her birthday party with a balloon delivery from Baxter and some high-five action. Donor: Auction Committee


DINNER FOR 10 AT ZOCALO AND LIMOUSINE TO AND FROM Gather your group for a fun evening at Zocalo and decide in advance if your limo is taking you to the Midtown, University Village (now UV), or Roseville location. Whatever your choice, you’ll be treated to tequila tastings, high-energy atmosphere, and a private multi-course meal of up-scale Mexican cuisine. Zocalo’s 26-ingredient mole sauce is not to be missed! No worries about tasting and driving, Universal Limousines will provide transportation to and from the venue. Thank you to kindergarten parents Ashley West & Josh Hughes for coordinating this first-rate night out. Donor: Zocalo, Universal Limousines


THE ULTIMATE SAC REPUBLIC FAN EXPERIENCE FOR FOUR Don’t miss your chance to go behind-the-scenes with the Indomitable Club. Be on the pitch for pre-game warm-up, watch the game from your four VIP field seats, access the VIP Club for catered dinner and drinks, meet-and-greet and photo ops on the field after the match, and take home an autographed team ball. Available for any regular season league match. Donor: Sacramento Republic FC



TAYLOR SWIFT AT LEVI STADIUM FOR FOUR, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 7 P.M. If you’re “Dancing with Your Hands Tied,” for gosh sakes loosen up and surprise your Taylor Swift fans with these four tickets for her Reputation concert at Levi’s Stadium on May 12, just three weeks from auction night. Ten-time Grammy winner, listed in Rolling Stone as one of the greatest songwriters of all time, named one of Forbes most powerful women, country icon, pop superstar . . . “Call it What you Want,” but a winning bid makes you parent of the year. (Four tickets, lower level, section 111, row 33.) Donor: Auction Committee


LUXURIOUS LODGING IN THE HEART OF SQUAW VALLEY FOR THREE NIGHTS Th e Re s o rt at S q u a w C re e k o ff e r s d e l u xe accommodations and multiple activities in an idyllic mountain setting. Depending on the season, there’s easy ski-in/ski-out access to Squaw Valley and Alpine, a private ice rink for après-ski fun, a Robert Trent Jones championship golf course, heated swimming pools, spa services, and a number of indoor and outdoor dining options. Your lodging is for three nights in a two-bedroom, two-bath suite. (Expires December 21, 2018. Not available June 30-July 7, 2018. Contact donor for a mutually agreeable date.) Donor: Leslie & Josh Harmatz (2nd grade parents)


DATE NIGHT AT FAITH HILL & TIM MCGRAW CONCERT AT GOLDEN 1, SUNDAY, JULY 22 “It’s going to be one of those nights” for you and your date when your VIP priority seating directs you to your reserved floor-level seats for super stars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s Soul2Soul concert at Golden 1. The versatile Grammy award-winning duo will entertain and keep you swaying with some all-time great love songs, favorite country ballads, and contemporary pop/rock tunes. “Say What You Mean” and wave your bid paddle. (Signature Soul2Soul Experience includes two floor-level seats in section 2, row B, access to the VIP lounge for buffet dining and cash bar, VIP parking, VIP entrance, and priority check in.) The Kimpton Sawyer has been kind enough to donate a room for the night, so just walk across the street after the concert. Donor: Auction Committee, The Kimpton Sawyer Hotel



CULINARY EXPERIENCE FOR EIGHT WITH LOCALIS CHEF BARNUM AND SELECTED WINE PAIRINGS Invite your seven closest friends, decide the location, select the date, and prepare yourself for the most exclusive, epicurean, gourmet experience this side of Paris. Your evening will be hosted by three culinary experts. Your five-course tasting menu will be prepared by Chef Chris Barnum-Dann, the principal owner and executive chef for Localis Restaurant, the hottest and highest rated new upscale restaurant in town. Chef Chris, who was an executive chef at last year’s Bridge Dinner, has been lauded with the highest praise by Zagat, Daily Meal, The San Francisco Chronicle, Thrillist, Hollywood Reporter, OpenTable, and every major Sacramento publication. Your dinner will be enhanced with boutique high-end wines, personally selected and paired by your host Country Day parent and Sommelier for the evening, Jeb Burton, out of his 2,000 bottle wine cellar. Finally, David Berkley, internationally recognized wine expert, past wine director for the U.S. White House, and former owner of the popular Pavilions wine shop of the same name, will lead your dinner explaining the wines, pairings and answering any questions. David will of course assist Jeb in selecting the wines for the evening. (Buyer will be offered three dates within the next 12 months, to be stated the night of the auction, for this evening of five-star dining and must select from one of them. Dinner can either happen at the restaurant, location of your choice in the greater Sacramento area.) Donor: Jeb & Julianna Burton (1st & 4th grade parents) Chris Barnum-Dann, David Berkley

10. THREE NIGHTS IN A TAHOE LAKEFRONT HISTORIC HOME Treat your family or special friends to three nights in this historic, lakefront home on the shores of Lake Tahoe located a few blocks from the Homewood Ski Resort. Built in 1911 and remodeled from the ground up in 2003, the house sleeps 10 comfortably. (Three bedrooms and three baths in the main house, plus a guesthouse with a king bed, bath, and loft with two double beds. Available during winter, November 1, 2018-April 30, 2019, on a mutually agreeable date; no pets; no smoking.) Donor: Kara & Bryan Turner ’82 (8th grade parents)

11. MULTI-COURSE ITALIAN DINNER FOR EIGHT PREPARED BY A NATIVE ITALIAN Spend an enlightening evening savoring the scents, textures, and tastes of traditional Italian cuisine prepared by high school parent Alessandra, who was raised just north of Venice where she learned that eating well and slowly means enjoying life! Your group of eight can do just that at the Eisner de Eisenhof home in Sierra Oaks Vista without jetting to Italy. Your Italian feast will be multi-course, from crostini con


crema di carciofi (artichoke heart spread) to crostata al cioccolato (chocolate torte) and in between you’ll be treated to an authentic Italian feast of pastas, meats, and vegetables. Each mouth-watering course will be paired with a different wine designed to enhance this dinner, courtesy of the Auction Committee. From apperitivo to digestivo, buon appetito! Donor: Alessandra Recchia & Carlo Eisner de Eisenhof (11th grade parents), The Auction Committee

12. KONDOS “RIVER CRUISE” GICLÉE Gregory Kondos is an American artistic icon whose colorful landscapes, vineyards, and Sacramento river scenes are treasured by many. The original of “River Cruise” was in the Crocker exhibit five years ago and is featured in Kondos’ “Touch of Blue” book. Win this bid and take home this signed giclée by one of Sacramento’s own. Donor: Moni Van Camp & Greg Kondos

13. ZEN GECKO VILLA IN OAXACA, APARTMENT FOR A WEEK If you’re looking for a quiet retreat for some downtime, this is your dream vacation. The private Zen Gecko villa, located in the beach town of Aqua Blanca on the Pacific Coast of Mexico, is donating the use of a two-bedroom apartment (sleeps six) for six nights. Spend time walking on the beach, maybe do some fishing, let the kids play in the numerous tide pools, sip limonada, and watch the sunsets. And, stay out of the kitchen! Seafood is fresh and plentiful, and there are palapa restaurants along the beach, as well as numerous options in Puerto Escondido. (Use within one year. Not available October 25-31, 2018. Transportation is provided to and from the Puerto Escondido airport and is available throughout your stay.) Donor: Zen Gecko Villa, LLC

14. KINGS ROW 2 - TICKETS FOR FOUR FANS AND VIP ACCESS Bid on these four premium courtside tickets in Kings Row 2, where you’ll watch the game from seating so comfortable, it will “put your favorite armchair to shame.” Show up early - your passes give you access to an exclusive VIP lounge for pre-game dinner and half-time dessert. Now is the time for a full-court press with your bid card. (Select a mutually agreeable game during the 2018-19 season once the schedule is available. Includes parking pass.) Donor: Sacramento Kings



LUXURY VACATION HOME FOR A WEEK IN NOSARA, COSTA RICA Win this bid and resolve to get there as soon as possible! Family and friends can share this gorgeous, spacious home in the beach community of Playa Guiones in the town of Nosara, on the northern Pacific Coast. The main house of Casa Terrazas has two master suites, a bunkroom that sleeps four, and a large open kitchen-living area with an outdoor deck overlooking the pool. On the other side of the pool is a separate casita with kitchen, living area, and queen bedroom. It’s a three-minute walk to Baker’s Beach, a 45-minute drive north to one of the largest olive ridley turtle nesting areas in the world, and there are restaurants in town with amazing sunsets and excellent food. It’s a mecca for yoga enthusiasts and surfers of all levels, and there are loads of activities for families. (More information and photos at Available Sat. to Sat., subject to availability, must be used by November 10, 2018, $250 cleaning and concierge fee responsibility of buyer; airfare not included.) The Fong family has generously offered this donation in memory of Ariyana Jones, and in loving support of the Jones-Sanders family. All proceeds from this item will go to support SCDS Tuition Assistance. This item is not eligible for selection by the Golden Ticket winner. Donor: Ryan Fong & Carrie Douglas (alumni parents) Blaithin ‘26, Ainsley ‘24 & Aidan ‘21

16. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS FAMILY FUN FOR FOUR THIS SUMMER Here’s your chance to take the family and sit in some great season-ticket-holder seats for the Giants. vs. Pirates on Thursday, August 9, field club section 121, row R, seats 11-14, game time 7:15 p.m. Your San Francisco adventure includes two rooms for a one-night stay on Thursday, August 9, at The Club Donatello, a boutique hotel on Post Street right off Union Square. (Parking is available at hotel but is not included.) Donor: Nicole & Stan Van Vleck (11th grade & alumni parents)

17. TWO CONCERT TICKETS TO ELTON JOHN’S FAREWELL TOUR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2019 Rocket Man’s “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” is coming to Golden 1 in January 2019, and you’ll “Feel the Love” when one of pop’s most enduring performers takes you on a musical journey of hits spanning a 50-year career. After the concert, check into your room at the Kimpton Sawyer. The donor has added dinner for two at the Kimpton’s Echo & Rig, where you can dine pre-concert. (Seats are lower level, section 106, row H, seats 13 & 14.) Donor: Sacramento Kings


18. TROPICAL ADVENTURE IN BEACHFRONT HOME IN MEXICO FOR 7-10 DAYS IN JUNE OR JULY, 2018 School’s out - get away for a real vacation for 10 days to a 3,000 sq. ft. beachfront home, located near Puerto Escondido on the rugged and magnificent Oaxacan coast. “Casa Mayita,” set in a relatively secluded residential area, can accommodate eight guests with four bedrooms, each with its own bath and private veranda, two swimming pools, and palapa-covered dining and living areas, offering up-close interaction with the surrounding environment. As is true in many homes in Mexico, living areas are open to the outside; bedrooms are indoors, accessible by outdoor private entrances. For an additional fee, grocery shopping and cooking are available for your group to enjoy dining at home, or for a night out, head to Puerto Escondido, where seaside bars and restaurants are plentiful. Flights from Mexico City are available to Puerto Escondido (PXM) or Huatulco (HUX). Visit or for information and photos. (Available for 10 days from June 6-15 or from July 1-11, 2018; nontransferable; no smoking; airfare not included.) Donor: Maya Juarez & Stephen Chuchel (2nd grade parents)

19. SUMMER WEEK IN A HOUSE AT BEAR VALLEY THAT SLEEPS 10 There’s plenty to do at Bear Valley when the snow melts. Outdoor fans can revel in kayaking, fishing, rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, or just relaxing and enjoying the scenery from the great decks at this mountain retreat. For a quick day trip, the nearby town of Murphys is good for lunch and wine tasting, and a visit to the Calaveras Big Trees with its giant sequoias is a must-see. The Lodge at Bear Valley has several restaurants and if your kids join adventure club, they’ll be busy all day. The house has two bedrooms with queen beds and there’s a bunkroom that sleeps six. (Contact owners to arrange a mutually agreeable date.)

Donor: Amie & John Stevenson (6th grade parents)

20. CHEF’S TASTING MENU AT THE LEGENDARY FIREHOUSE RESTAURANT FOR EIGHT Your group of eight will be treated to a five-course meal complete with wine pairings amidst the elegant surroundings of the historic Firehouse Restaurant, known for its world-class cuisine and excellent service. Your menu will be selected by executive chef Jay Veregge and expertly paired with wines selected by wine director Mario Ortiz. You won’t even have to fret over which of the amazing desserts to choose from - that scrumptious surprise will be set in front of you at the conclusion of this outstanding dining experience.

Donor: the Firehouse Restaurant, Terry & Deborah Harvego (alumni parents)


21. THE INSIDE SCOOP ON THE MOVIE BUSINESS & ENTRÉE TO A LIVE TAPING Take a meeting with a Hollywood film producer who will share insights about the movie business, screenwriting, and production, and what experiences help to break into the field. Weed Road Pictures executive Greg Lessans (My Best Friend’s Girl, Mardi Gras, Flock of Dudes) has worked with screenwriters at various levels of experience and is available to hear your movie pitch or look at a screenplay you’re working on. Author and parent Julie Checkoway is supplementing this Hollywood experience with a private tour of the Paramount lot for two and arranging entrée for a group of four to watch a live taping. Use your $300 Visa gift card for a hotel or dinner or both. Donor: Greg Lessans, Julie Checkoway, Auction Committee


ONE DIRECTION ALUM HARRY STYLES AT GOLDEN 1, JULY 9, TWO TICKETS After five years with the boy band One Direction, Harry Styles went solo, produced an album and went on tour highlighting his top hit “Sign of the Times.” Styles is bringing his solo tour to Golden 1 this summer, Monday, July 9, and your two tickets seat you in lower level, Section 122. SCREAM NOW for this pair of tickets. Donor: Auction Committee

23. LUNCH WITH MR. BOLMAN FOR FOUR STUDENTS In the classroom, Mr. Bolman’s energy level keeps even with active Middle School kids, and they admire and love him for it. What could be more fun than joining Mr. Bolman for lunch at Loehmann’s Plaza? For four Middle School students at a mutually acceptable date before the end of this school year. Donor: Ed Bolman

24. A LATIN INFUSION EXPERIENCE IN EAST SAC FOR EIGHT Invite some friends and treat them to a Latin experience at Cielito Lindo in East Sac, where your group will dine in a private space, enjoy wine from the Napa Valley’s Mi Sueño Winery, and be entertained by the Bohemia group of musicians. The menu reflects founder and head chef Ramiro Alarcon’s fresh take on traditional plates and his goal of serving dishes that he grew up eating and cooking. Thank you to PK parent Norma Andrade for assembling this group of donors to offer this fun night out for eight. Donor: Cielito Lindo, Sueño Winery, Bohemia



WINE TASTING AND PICNIC FOR SIX VIA CAR SERVICE TO THE SIERRA FOOTHILLS Get out of the valley sometime soon and gather some friends for a chauffeured ride to the family-owned Skinner Vineyards and Winery, tucked away in the Sierra foothills in El Dorado County. The car service will pick up your group at a central location and you’ll be treated to juice and pastries during your drive to the winery. Your private tour of the vineyards and winery will be followed by a seated tasting of their Rhône-style wines in their private cellar tasting room. Then relax and stay awhile with a picnic lunch on the winery’s patio. USA Valet Parking will then whisk you back to Sacramento safely. (Car service available for four hours; gratuity not included.) Donor: Skinner Vineyards & Winery, USA Valet Parking, The Auction Committee

26. A “SUITE” SUMMER NIGHT FOR RIVER CATS BASEBALL Throw your next birthday party, anniversary fête, corporate event, or TGIF at Raley Field, home of the Sacramento River Cats, in a suite that seats 20. The suite is available for a home game during the 2018 season, Sunday-Thursday (excluding opening night and holidays). (Includes four parking passes. Does not include food or alcoholic beverages.) Donor: Sacramento River Cats

27. HEAD OF SCHOOL FOR THE DAY Spend some time with head of school Lee Thomsen, sit down with other administrators, ride the golf cart, go behind the scenes, give away treats at recess, issue edicts, and invite friends to the Head’s office for lunch. For ONE SCDS student of any age. Donor: Lee Thomsen


Class Projects

Have your bid paddle ready for the “Mini Live” auction of the popular Class Projects from our Lower School students. 28.

PRE-KINDERGARTEN TILES Picture little Pre-K fingers working carefully to design and sculpt these individual tiles. One at a time, the tiles are impressive, but merged into one work of art, they’re fantastic. You will treasure this one!

29. KINDERGARTEN QUILT FROM MRS. GOODWIN’S CLASS It looks like spring outside, but this cozy quilt is all about winter. Students looked at works with winter themes from various artists, then designed and created their own winter scenes. The individual fabrics were sewn together for a winter wonderland quilt for your house. 30.

KINDERGARTEN QUILT FROM MS. SONG’S CLASS A second cozy quilt, this one from the students in Ms. Song’s class.

31. FIRST GRADE BIRDBATH FROM MRS. GERBER’S CLASS Inspired by their study of birds and after viewing the work of John James Audubon, first graders formed birds of clay, which were glazed with color. The sprightly birds have landed on this birdbath, which would be perfect in your garden. Take it home tonight and watch the happy-bird action from your window. 32. FIRST GRADE BIRDBATH FROM MRS. PEROTTI’S CLASS Another birdbath for your garden. 33. SECOND GRADE AFRICAN ART FROM MS. COVEY’S CLASS Students examined the wealth of patterns, shapes, and arrangement of lines so evident in African art and created designs indicative of those patterns. Joined together, this framed piece makes a statement.

34. SECOND GRADE AFRICAN ART FROM MRS. GILLETTE’S CLASS African art from the students in Mrs. Gillette’s class. 20

35. THIRD GRADE AERIAL VIEWS FROM MS. BOHN’S CLASS The view from above was of interest to third graders when their geography study introduced them to aerial views. Each student embellished their abstract aerial view with watercolors and colored pencils, before using tools to add texture. Their art project unites the pieces into a framed piece. 36. THIRD GRADE AERIAL VIEWS MRS. MATHISEN’S CLASS More views from above from Mrs. Mathisen’s class. 37. FOURTH GRADE WINDOW DESIGNS FROM MRS. ASHDOWN’S CLASS As part of their study of California museums, fourth grade students studied the rose window designs found in many churches. They looked at the color contrasts and the balanced elements, and then used colored pencils to draw their own rose window designs. The individual designs have been framed as one vibrant work of art. 38.

FOURTH GRADE WINDOW DESIGNS FROM MRS. LIVESEY’S CLASS More rose window designs from 4th grade.

39. FIFTH GRADE O’KEEFFE BOTANICALS FROM MS. FOGELSTROM’S CLASS Fifth graders looked at the work of artist Georgia O’Keeffe and in a nod to O’Keeffe’s close-up views of flowers, fashioned colorful pencil drawings. The drawings have been collaged into a collection of blossoms, which will illuminate a corner of your home.

40. FIFTH GRADE O’KEEFFE BOTANICALS FROM MR. YU’S CLASS A collage of flowers from the fifth graders in Mr. Yu’s class.


Fixed Price Parties 300. FITNESS RANGERS BOOTCAMP & MIMOSAS Sunday morning, May 20, 2018, 18 people, $50 each Kick off your Sunday morning with a workout at Fitness Rangers at 34th & Q streets, owned by Country Day alum Adam Attia ‘99. The class is a 50-minute rhythm-ride class, starting at 10 a.m. Following your cool-down, just step next door to the recently opened Canon for mimosas and small bites on the patio. Donor: Amie Stevenson, Fitness Rangers

301. PRIVATE ROLLER SKATING PARTY FOR ALL AGES Sunday, June 3, 2018, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., 70 people, $20 each Your group will take over the rink at Foothill Skate on Sunday morning for a private roller skating party. School is almost out, and this fun happening will be just the thing to kick off summer vacation. Hot dogs, nachos, and drinks are included, as is your skate rental. (Parents do not have to buy a spot if they’re not skating.) Donor: Jason & Melanie Allen, Matthew & Katherine Laufman, Brock & Amy Littlejohn

302. COOKIE DECORATING CLASS WITH SUGAR SHOTS Sunday, June 24, 2018, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., 6 people $65 each You, too, can learn to decorate sugar cookies with owner (and Country Day graduate) Kim Wong’s Basic Cookie Decorating Class. To see what’s possible, check out the Sugar Shots website at, where Kim’s personalized cookies for birthdays and special occasions are featured. Your group will meet in Kim’s kitchen in the Pocket area where Kim will supply you with her distinctive dough made with high quality ingredients, and guide you through the decorating process. When finished, you’ll take home your finished melt-in-your-mouth treats to share (or not). Donor: Sugar Shots, Kim Cotton Wong ‘98

303. FAMILY FISHING AT LAKE SANDY Sunday, August 26, 2018, noon-4 p.m., 100 people, $25 each This Sunday afternoon fishing party is for anyone who wants to get their feet wet. Whether you’ve never baited a hook or you are a Bassmaster, you are practically guaranteed to catch a fish at Lake Sandy, a small, private lake at the Buchanan Ranch in Wilton. Lunch will be provided at this family event scheduled for a warm Sunday in August before we return to school, and the pool will be open for cool-down swimming. The lake is loaded with bass and bluegill, and if it’s your first time, there will be folks to help you get started. If you need a pole, try the basic one at Bass Pro Shop. 22

Donor: Sandy Buchanan

304. PIG ROAST FEAST AND CORNHOLE COMPETITION Saturday, September 8, 5:30 p.m., 50 people, $60 each Put some pork on your fork and partake of plenty of appetizers, sides, wine, and beer (and a signature bourbon drink) at this grown-ups-only pig roast and cornhole party on the field at Country Day. Your hosts will be grillin’, while you’re chillin’ with some Cornhole competition and live music. Baggo bragging rights go to all participants! Donor: Pam & Ryan Livesey Amanda & Jasen Ashdown, Jamie & Daniel Iseman, Amie & John Stevenson, Cassie Gilson & Loren Kaye

305. MEN’S STEAK, PORT & CIGARS Thursday, September 27, 2018, 6 p.m., 20 people, $175 each This perennial favorite fixed-price event began over a dozen years ago and it continues to be a fine evening of great company, excellent beef, choice wines, aromatic cigars, vintage ports, and tall tales. The dinner steaks are special: two-inch thick, 24-oz. bone-in rib-eyes, marbled to perfection. For those who have attended in the past, the vintage port is just one of the highlights. This year’s event will be held at the home of Christy and John Procida.

Donor: John Procida, Eric Ratinoff, Steve Edwards, Tim Murphrey, Rohitesh Chand, Jeb Burton, Jeremy Burr

306. FAB 40’S HOLIDAY LIGHTS WAGON TOUR Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 5:30/6:30 p.m., 40 people, $35 each Sign up your kids, grands, and yourselves for a horse-drawn wagon ride through the streets of the Fab 40’s to see the impressive holiday lights spectacle and dazzling displays. You’ll meet the wagon at the Stephensons’ home on 47th (Candy Cane Lane!), where you’ll be greeted with hot chocolate, hearty appetizers, and holiday beverages. The first group of 20 will take their beverages with them while they clip-clop up and down the streets for one hour. When the wagon returns, a second group of 20 will climb aboard for their ride. Bundle up, let someone else drive, and sit back and enjoy the lights with family and friends. Donor: Emily & Topher Stephenson


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Section One, Closes at 7:20 PM 100. Bloody Marys and Martinis for Brunch Essential brunch basket with everything you need to make perfect Bloody Marys and Martinis - featuring Jewel of Russia Classic and Ultra vodkas and Bloody Mary mixes and garnishes, along with fixings from Sacramento’s own Preservation and Company. Value: $165 Donor: Jeannie & Jon Boersma 101. Roxy Restaurant & Bar Certificate Value: $75 Donor: Roxy Restaurant & Bar 102. Wildwood Kitchen & Bar Certificate Value: $200 Donor: Wildwood Kitchen & Bar 103. Birdies Slippers Birdies are a true indoor shoe that is fashionable yet incredibly comfortable. Take home this pair tonight, or parent and company co-founder Marisa Sharkey will exchange it for a different size. Value: $140 Donor: Birdies, Marisa Sharkey 104. Assorted Chocolates from Le Grand Confectionary Includes truffles, bark, and an assortment of traditional chocolates. Value: $50 Donor: Le Grand Confectionary 105. Best of Greece Basket with Greek wine, olive oil, pasta, marmalades, and sweet treats. Value: $200 Donor: Aleka Kamila 106. Lunch with Congresswomen Doris Matsui Have lunch with Congresswoman Doris Matsui, a former Country Day parent who chaired the first auction 40 years ago! Lunch is for four people and can take

place in Washington, D.C. or Sacramento. If in Washington, a tour of the Capitol, led by a staff member, can be arranged. Donor: Congresswoman Doris Matsui 107. Five Tickets to a Sac Republic Game Cheer for the Sacramento Republic Football Club from these five field-level seats. Select a mutually agreeable date with donors. Value: $480 Donor: Sandee & Rohitesh Chand 108. Peerless Coffee & Tea Basket This basket is full of teas, coffees, cookies, and other tasty treats. Value: $100 Donor: Barbara Lym & Alan Wong 109. Child’s Unicorn Headband with Flowers Knitted by Head of Lower School Christy Vail. Donor: Christy Vail 110. Child’s Unicorn Headband with Bangs Donor: Christy Vail 111. “Bundle of Love” Original Oil Original oil painting, “Bundle of Love,” by current parent and artist Kamlika Chandla, using museum grade materials. The painting has been custom framed in a handmade antique wood frame with intricate accents. Value: $2,800 Donor: Kamlika Chandla 112. Scrap Metal Camera Sculpture Parent P.J. Kennedy created this unique camera sculpture entirely from scrap metal pieces. Check out the moving parts and look closely for distinctive pieces of metal brought back to life in this piece of art. Value: $150 Donor: P.J. Kennedy 24

118. “Spring Rain” photo on canvas By parent Nicole Look, 16”x20” photo on canvas, pink barbeton daisy after a light rain. Value: $250 Donor: LookWest Photography 119. Dutch Breakfast Basket Enjoy this special Dutch breakfast and sweets basket. Value: $50 Donor: Pauline Van Leeuwen 120. Vegan Best From the Land of Fruits and Nuts Basket This bountiful basket of VEGAN treats from The Naked Nut Company includes chocolate covered fruits, a variety of nuts, dried fruit, olives, and a bottle of Riesling Walnut Vinegarette. Also included is soup mix and olive oil by Butter Buttes. Value: $250 Donor: Ben & Laura King 121. Vogue Disney Mom Basket Includes a Coach Disney purse, Coach Disney varsity jacket, Disney Princess pencil and sticky note sets, “Chase Your Dream” bangle by Alex and Ani, and more. Value: $700 Donor: Alison Turner 122. Drybar Party for Ten Bring your own nibbles and wine or champagne to sip as you and nine of your friends get pampered at Drybar in the new UV. Each person will get a wash, blow out, and style. Value: $500 Donor: Drybar 123. Fourth Grade Weaving Students completed this project at Sutter’s Fort, a recreation of the work done by Native Americans at the Fort. Donor: Class of 2026 124. Vase Value: $80 Donor: Pottery World

113. Two Bottles of Pahlmeyer Wine 2015 Chardonnay and 2012 Pinot Noir Value: $200 Donor: Steve & Ellen Hussey 114. Pair of Saintsbury Wines & Tasting for Four Enjoy these two bottles of Saintsbury - a Vin Gris and a Pinot Gris - then plan a trip to Napa for a tour and tasting for four at the winery, where your tasting will take place either in the Englishstyle garden adjacent to the vineyard or the wine cellar. Email the winery for a tasting appointment; use the certificate by 12/31/18. Value: $190 Donor: Saintsbury, Jane Stroup Bauman 115. Best of Blending Basket Blend your way to healthier eating with this basket from Williams Sonoma containing a Vitamix, Perfect Blending cookbook, smoothie glass containers and infusions. Value: $400 Donor: Brock & Amy Littlejohn 116. Two Bottles: 2010 Silver Oak Cabernet and 2016 Justin Viognier Value: $115 Donor: Tricia Ross & Jeremy Burr 117. Basket of Five Fine Wines for Your Next Dinner Party Buy this basket of excellent wines and you’ll be set for entertaining. Basket includes 2013 Far Niente Chardonnay, 2016 Belle Glos Pinot Noir, 2015 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon, 2012 Stags’ Leap Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2013 Rombauer Cabernet Sauvignon. Value: $250 Donor: Courtney & Tony Burnett


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Section Two, Closes at 7:30 PM 155. Basket of Beauty Products Start fresh with this basket of beauty products from Curbside Swank Boutique, a mobile shop owned by parent Michelle Alexander. Basket includes polish, lip color, creams, brushes, cleansers, exfoliates, hair apparel, and more. Value: $400 Donor: Curbside Swank Boutique 156. Necklaces and Bracelets Handmade by Aleka Parent and jewelry designer Aleka Kamila handmade these necklaces and bracelets with gemstones, crystals, and freshwater pearls. Keep some for yourself and share the rest with friends. Value: $400 Donor: Alegra Heartmade, Aleka Kamila 157. Handmade Turquoise Necklace Hand knotted turquoise necklace on silk thread with a silk tassel. Value: $295 Donor: Heidi Carey LLC 158. Pavilions Certificates Shop ‘til you drop using your Pavilions certificates, then revitalize with lunch and dinner at any of the fine restaurants in Pavilions. Expire June 17, 2018. Value: $500 Donor: Donahue Schriber 159. Jo Malone Candles and Diffuser Time to relax and take care of yourself. Take home this elegent Jo Malone box lime basil & mandarin diffuser, red roses candle, and peony & blush suede candle. Value: $225 Donor: Caron Houston & Roger Mendis

150. Orchid in Vase

Value: $150 Donor: Twiggs Floral Design Gallery 151. “The Best of the Netherlands” Basket Hop on your bike and take along this wicker basket for your next picnic! I n c l u d e d a re f a v o r i t e s f ro m t h e Netherlands, along with a picnic throw, towel, tealight, and water bottle. Value: $115 Donor: The Schep Smit Family 152. Date Night Restaurants We’ve put together some certificates for you and your date to use when you need someone else to cook for you! Cafeteria 15L, Iron Horse Tavern, Firestone Public House, and the just-opened Mas Tacos Bar, all courtesy of Country Day parents and restaurant owners Barbara Lym and Alan Wong. Value: $200 Donor: The Wong Family 153. Cakes! Cakes! From Freeport Bakery Let them eat cake! And, you can with these 12 certificates, each for a 7” cake from the fabulous Freeport Bakery. Pick up a cake every month or combine a couple of certificates for a bigger cake. Thank you to alumni parents and bakery owners, Marlene and Walter Goetzeler, for keeping Country Day in their thoughts by supporting our event. Value: $400 Donor: Freeport Bakery 154. Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley Merlot 2014, 1.5 liter Value: $110 Donor: Randy Getz


160. There’s Something about a Martini! How do you like your Martinis - shaken, stirred, or fuzzy? Take some time to discover the art of mixing martinis with all the makings, including fine glassware, shaker, vodkas, vermouth, and olives all packaged in a useful container. Value: $200 Donor: Louis Klieger & Patricia Sierra 161. Bucket of Favorites from Grands & Friends Look through the offerings in this shiny ice bucket. There’s wine, gift cards, books, a family gold-mining outing, and more. Value: $400 Donor: Grands and Friends of SCDS 162. Two-night Stay in South Shore Condo with Private Beach School’s out! Get outta’ town for a funfilled weekend in Tahoe at the Aston Lakeland Village Beach & Mountain Resort in South Shore. The date is set June 15-17 - but can be rescheduled at a mutually agreeable time by contacting owner. With a private beach and heated pools, your swimming needs are taken care of, and there is plenty of hiking and tennis for exercise. If you’re up for actionpacked gaming and a night out, the resort offers private shuttles to casinos. The condo sleeps eight in two bedrooms (each with two queen beds) and a loft (with a queen and a twin). For photos, check out Value: $900 Donor: Michelle & Patrick Alexander 163. Three-Night Getaway to the Hyatt High Sierra Lodge in Incline Village Take a couple of days off and drive to Incline and the Hyatt High Sierra Lodge. The master suite of this two-bedroom condo has a rainfall shower to relax you after your daily outing, be it golf, hiking, or lunch. The second bedroom has two double beds. Your getaway dates are

reserved: Saturday, May 19 to Tuesday, May 22, 2018. (Guest will have to pay $39 cleaning fee.) Value: $1,000 Donor: Ben & Laura King 164. You Say Tomato and I Say Tomahto . . . No matter how you pronounce it, the white pitcher included with this “everything tomato” collection says Bloody Mary! The soft-sided red-andwhite checkered carrier is stuffed to the brim with everything tomato, including a tomato towel, Sacramento pillow, candle, and some Go Girl Energy drinks. Once you’ve emptied the basket, you’ll have a super container to tote towels, food, drinks, and more. Value: $420 Donor: The Lincoln Family 165. “White Rose” by Pat Mahony Thank you to alumni parent Pat Mahony for continuing to support SCDS with the donation of her art. This work is a numbered giclée beautifully showcasing a single rose. Pat is a well-known artist, whose paintings are included in many public, private, and museum collections. Value: $800 Donor: Pat Mahony 166. Double Magnum of 2008 Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon Value: $500 Donor: Jeb & Julianna Burton 167. Tasting Flight of Honig Wines From the family-owned winery in Rutherford, this basket of six Honig wines includes: 2014 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve, 2015 Sauvignon Blanc Late Harvest, 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Pink, 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon Campbell Vineyard, 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Vyborny Vineyard, and 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon. Value: $350 Donor: Courtney & Tony Burnett 27

168. “La Lavande en Fleur” giclée by Leslie Toms The lavender flowers of France, giclée 2 of 30, by alumni parent and artist Leslie Toms. Value: $200 Donor: Leslie Toms Fine Art 169. Nambe Scoop Server The award-winning Scoop Server is a functional and modern twist on the classic chip and dip. Fill with chips and salsa, vegetables and guacamole, shrimp and sauce, or stones with a tea light for an elegant non-mealtime look. Value: $250 Donor: Grebitus Jewelers 170. Basket of Whiskeys There’s no shortage of whiskey here! Take home this basket of five bottles for some fine tastings. Includes: Jameson

Black Barrel, Hibiki Japanese Harmony, Bookers Small Batch Bourbon, Johnnie Walker Platinum Label, and Four Roses Bourbon. Value: $300 Donor: Courtney & Tony Burnett 171. Best From the Land of Fruits and Nuts This bountiful basket of treats includes many products from The Naked Nut Company, including a variety of nuts, dried fruit, mixed olives and a bottle of Riesling Walnut Vinegarette. Also included are Red Bell Pepper Ancho Chili Jam, pecan oil, salami and much more. Value: $250 Donor: Ben & Laura King 172. Cognac - Premium VXOP by Aubade Value: $100 Donor: Alla & Mikhail Palatnik

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Amie Stevenson & Emily Stephenson Sandy Buchanan & Sandee Chand Leah Frink & Julie Sloat Susan & Curtis Popp Liberty Sanchez Susan Bitar, Deborah Harvego & Kari Miner Faith Galati & Margaret Hutchinson Faith Galati & Margaret Hutchinson Christy Martinson Procida & Lindsey Sackheim Christy Martinson Procida & Lindsey Sackheim Susan Bitar, Barbara Demmon & Marcie Gudebski Marcie Gudebski & Lee Mahla Katie Brown, Danae Evrigenis, Lou Ann Fischer & Rene Smerling Karen Chan Mouse Endicott, Lou Ann Fischer & Julie Ramos Lindsey & Andrew Sackheim Lou Ann Fischer & Marsha Toms Jeanne Bovill & J. P. Eltorai Mouse & Mark Endicott


Marisa Alcalay & Abby Pruitt Kathy Reeder Catherine Camacho Catherine Camacho Lynne Powlesland Marilyn Wickland Linda Eytcheson & Sue Ryan Bob Earl & Steve Easter Karen Edmiston, Marget Kingston & Janis Pattison Julie Nelson & Linda Stechman Sherri Norwood & Lynda Phillips Julie Nelson & Sally Nichols Paul Aaron Mike Godlove Barbara Ore & Sue Popp Bernice Hagen & Jackie Nolte Bernice Hagen & Pat Ingoglia Pam Galloway & Jane Wheaton Janet Keating & Mary Jane Sligar Janet Keating & Mary Jane Sligar Terry Lindeman & Sue Popp Doris Matsui & Sue Popp

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