Celebrate 10 Years of Trinity Hall at the Anniversary Gala

The Trinity Hall community will celebrate the school's 10th anniversary on Thursday, November 30 at Shadowbrook at Shrewsbury. Gala committee co-chairs Tara Leibee and Samantha Popham, along with committee members, the development office, co-founders and board of trustees have been planning for the momentous event and are eagerly anticipating the biggest event of the year. At the newly-renovated venue, guests can expect to partake in an unforgettable night of dining, dancing and celebrating. 
The festivities will kick off with a “cheers to ten years” cocktail reception for guests to indulge in cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, including offerings from various captain’s stations. From there, a three-course dinner will be served, while guests dance the night away to live music from Manhattan's nine-piece East Coast Band in the recently refurbished Grand Ballroom. Throughout the evening, guests will have the opportunity to participate in live and silent auctions with the chance to walk away with prizes and invaluable experiences. The evening will conclude with a “sweet sendoff”, including a coffee bar complete with gelato and a hot donut cart. 
Trinity Hall Director of Development Deirdre Spiropoulos expressed, “We are thrilled to celebrate this momentous milestone of Trinity Hall’s 10th anniversary. The Gala is a fabulous opportunity to connect as a community and enjoy an evening of dinner, dancing and holiday cheer. We have an enticing lineup of silent and live auction items, a wine wall and other impactful ways to support Trinity Hall. It’s going to be a magical night!” 
While the Gala will be commemorating the 10th anniversary of Trinity Hall, it will also support the future of the school. Funds raised from the evening are expected to support campus expansions and future programming for students. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are still available for purchase here. More information about the evening can be found here

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