From the SCOPE Council: Red Bank CROP Walk

For the fifth year in a row, Trinity Hall participated in the Red Bank CROP Walk, an event to raise awareness for hunger both locally and around the globe. The school community donated 250 cans of food, and 41 members of Trinity Hall (students and faculty) successfully completed the 5k -- with a group of students assisting at a water table along the route.
 
Students also came up big in the event art contest. Trinity Hall took 2nd and 3rd place for the banner contest, and swept the poster contest. Congratulations to all of our winners and honorable mentions:
 
Posters
 
  • 1st Place: Hannah Bates and Emily Minkler
  • 2nd Place: Sanan Gueyikian and Ellie Thompson
  • 3rd Place: Mary Catharine Clark and Dayra Mejia-Reyes
  • Honorable Mentions:
1. Olivia Conhagen and Sofia Paparella
2. Cameron Keane, Elizabeth Maher and Paige Nolan
3. Annaliese Heidelberger and Helena Pecci
4. Cara Grabowski and Amanda Philipson
5. Haley Nelson and Alex Talamayan
6. Melina Conhagen and Kathryn Gioia
7. Ella Bilow and Emma Leibee
8. Riley Raymond and Caitlin Warmkessel
9. Caitlin Bermingham and Catherine Closkey
10. Kathleen Devine and Sheridan Sainato
11. Caroline Cashman, Lila Greene, Sofia Lehman and Nora Phillips
12. Sierra Larsen and Sydney Torres
13. Kate Dean and Simi Parmar
14. Ellie Johnson, Sarah Kaye and Victoria Piazza
15. Lydia Lu and Kira Newbert
16. Grace Child and Riley Santos
 

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