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CaSSba 2017 Celebrating our 30th CaSSba

Sunday August 27, 2017
3:00-7:00 p.m.
Drees Pavilion

Tickets:$60 presale or $65 at door
CaSSba Cash Raffle: $20 per ticket

Preorder tickets for this event has ended.  Admission tickets are available at the door for $65. 

The CaSSba committee is working hard to make the 30th CaSSba the best ever.

The event will feature our classic hors d’oeuvres, plenty of drinks and wonderful desserts.

This year’s live auction features a trip for two to Rome Vatican VIP Experience, Chicago Wrigley Field Roof Top game tickets, Wheel Barrow of Spirits, Trane Furnace, St. Maarten Trip, and Ft. Walton Beach Trip.

This year we are thrilled to bring back the electronic bidding system, Gesture. All bidding will be completed by cell phone, computers or tablets such as iPads. For your convenience, personal shoppers and staff will be available at the event to make this process seamless and fun. Last year, we received wonderful feedback from our guests on this easy way to bid from anywhere in the building, or anywhere at all! Are you an early bird shopper? You can register before the event – just visit http://CaSSba2017.gesture.com. After registering, you can see all the auction items that are available today with additional items being added up until the event. You can start bidding now! If you see a silent auction item that a friend would like, but they can’t attend the CaSSba, just share the web site above and they can bid also.

All proceeds from this event will benefit the clients served by Catholic Charities. Thank you for helping us make a difference in the lives of those we serve and build a better community.

Thanks to Joe Danneman, Sports Director of Fox 19, our Master of Ceremonies again this year. Need more information? Contact Vicky Bauerle (vbauerle@covingtoncharities.org.

Top Hat Sponsors



Gold Hat Sponsors: Central Bank, PNC Bank, Schneller Plumbing, Heating and Air and Ruth Faragher
Silver Hat Sponsors: Dorning Supply Company
Bronze Hat Sponsors: Connley Brothers Funeral Home,  Northern Kentucky Monument Co. , Rumpke Waste and Recycling Services and VonLehman CPA and Advisory Firm and Ken Wulfeck