L to R: Laura Brown Bohne, Trinity’s Michelle Walters, Keely Monsour
Congratulations are in order to Laura Brown Bohne and Keely Monsour, who were both named Honorary Alumni for their work in chairing CelebraTion ’20 and ’21 respectively!
Both women were honored at the CelebraTion Thank You Luncheon held recently in Trinity’s Convocation Hall.
a wonderful event where the Trinity Family joins together to help our students, as all proceeds support their endeavors.
Blessings came to our school community as “CelebraTion”, our annual fund raising event, concluded. In its 50+ year history it has taken many shapes and forms. This year it was virtual like in 2020.
All the work generated the second highest net result in history, surpassed only by last year and by a slim margin.
This result is remarkable given the severe impact COVID-19 had on our loyal corporate sponsors. Undaunted, our volunteers, led by C’21 chair, Keely Monsour, worked very hard for the past 10 months. Michele Walters from our Foundation staff was the liaison to the volunteers.
The event is supported by sponsors, volunteers, donors and patrons. Proceeds support student activity programs and financial aid.
Thank you to all who helped make CelebraTion ’21 a success!
For more information, contact
the CelebraTion team:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (502) 736-2139
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