RPDS celebrates 26th Capers fundraiser

Jonathan and Michelle Wright (event chair), and Morgan Storm (RPDS alum, parent and Assistant Dir. of   Advancement) and      Whit Storm

Jonathan and Michelle Wright (event chair), and Morgan Storm (RPDS alum, parent and Assistant Dir. of
Advancement) and
Whit Storm

RPDS third grader Charlie Medure with chef dad and Capers caterer Matthew Medure

RPDS third grader Charlie Medure with chef dad and Capers caterer Matthew Medure

Parents, alumni, faculty, staff and administrators of Riverside Presbyterian Day School (RPDS) gathered at the Museum and Gardens on Art Museum Drive on Apr. 13 for Capers – “Bubbles and Bar-B-Que” – the school’s 26th annual auction fundraiser.
Chaired for the second year in a row by RPDS parent Michelle Wright, the event featured live and silent auctions, a bluegrass band, and dinner catered by Matthew’s. As the sun set, Senator Aaron Bean emceed a highly entertaining live auction under the oak trees for the 325 guests in attendance.

For 26 years Capers has been the signature fundraising event for RPDS. The proceeds raised from Capers provide essential revenue to supplement the school’s tuition, and support a variety of mission-based activities. Over its 26-year history, some of the projects Capers helped financially support include cutting-edge technology such as iPads and the Mac Computer Lab, innovative academic curricula like Singapore Math, need-based financial assistance, and updates to the campus and facilities.

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