South Beach Auction A Sizzling Success


Last Friday, June 2, the night was sizzling and over 500 guests were out in force to attend the 44th annual CDS Auction. The CDS Dome was transformed into the colours and sounds of all that is South Beach!
 
We are thrilled to announce that the South Beach Sizzle Auction yielded $260,000 toward our outdoor spectator experience. We are bringing bleachers and scoreboards to CDS!
 
A special shout out to the Auction Executive made up of Paola Fullerton, Annette Ghezzi, Sarah Powell, Randee Sorbo and Lesley Stollery, and led by CDS Parents and Co-Chairs, Kim Nichols and Judy Totten, who worked tirelessly throughout the school year to make the event the success that it was.
 
Thank you to everyone for your support over the past several months, whether as a sponsor, donor or attendee!

2017 South Beach Sizzle Auction

List of 8 frequently asked questions.

Meet our Executive

Kim Nichols (Co-Chair), Judy Totten (Co-Chair), Paola Fullerton, Annette Ghezzi, Sarah Powell, Randee Sorbo and Lesley Stollery.

If you are interested in volunteering with the Auction team in any capacity, please contact us!

Featured Videos

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  • The Best Annual Event in King!

    Thank you to the many families who have already committed their support to the South Beach Sizzle Auction. However, the assistance of our entire CDS community is essential in making the evening a success!
     
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  • Auction Fun Fact: Did You Know?

    Each year, CDS parents, families and friends, donate more than 200 items to theto help make it a success. Over the last 44 years this would be more than 8,800 donations! And each year more than 500 people attend this amazing event, which means we've hosted more than 22,000 guests!
     
    What does all this mean to CDS?
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School Information

13415 Dufferin Street King, Ontario L7B 1K5
(905) 833-1220
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Founded in 1972, The Country Day School is a co-educational private school offering programs in JK-12 and located on 100 acres north of Toronto in King.