The Cathedral Alumni Association will present the 4th annual "Return to Cathedral Gala - A Night of Mardi Gras" on Saturday, August 6, 2005. The Gala will be under the stars on the football field with the spectacular view of the Los Angeles downtown skyline. For those of you who have attended in the past, you know what a spectacular view it is.
The doors open at 6 PM starting with a New Orleans/Blues/Dixieland Band providing the entertainment for the first two hours. The buffet dinner is being served from 7 to 9 PM. This year's menu will feature an incredible assortment of New Orleans cuisine. The featured entertainment for the evening will be recording artist Brenton Wood and his band playing his greatest hits; "Gimme Little Sign", Baby You Got It", The Oogum Boogum Song"
scheduled for 9:30.
Cathedral's own DJ Phil Perez'84 will be rounding out the evening's entertainment playing all your favorite tunes. The event ends at 1 pm. There will be 2 full bars, 6 bartenders. Additional parking will be available at the Dodgers advance ticket sales office parking lot located at 1700 Stadium Way adjacent to Fire Dept. training facility. Security will be
patrolling the parking lot, and two shuttle buses available to transport you to and from the Gala.
The Alumni Association will also be giving special recognition to classes celebrating their reunion at the Gala by presenting the Victor Balzano Award to the class who has the most alums at the Gala. Advanced sale tickets are available for $50.00 until August 1st. You can purchase tickets at the door and after August 1st for the standard ticket price of $75.00 per person.
Visit the association web-site at www.CathedralAlumni.com click on the PayPal option, you can purchase your tickets in minutes. You will receive a confirmation email from the Alumni Association.
The Return to Cathedral Gala Committee:
Jerry Rodriguez '62, Louie Ramirez '65, Nate Stelly '69, Paul Villa '81, Richard Nava '62 Joe Mazadiego '66, Joe Quinonez '71, Raul Mendoza '81, Manny Solarzano '62, Willie Marin '67, Hector Roman '76, Ralph Noriega '63, Dan Lopez '68