Join us for our 6th Annual Black Light Zumbathon, to benefit Trinity Catholic School! Our theme is La Fiesta, and we have 10 local Zumba instructors, so get ready to party!!
We’ll have raffles, door prizes, hydration station, Zumba Store and of course, DANCING! DJing by Wheels of Steel, photos by DualTone Photography, and of course, Clix Photo Booths.
To register, come to any Zumba with Monica B class, or register online (via PayPal): bit.ly/ZumbathonRegistration19. In person registration: $20 with T-shirt or $23 with Tank Top Online registration: $21 with T-shirt or $24 with Tank Top. Registration will continue until the night of the event, but January 7 is the last day to register in order to get a t-shirt or tank top.
Grace Danboise of the American Red Cross will be holding a blood drive on January 17 from 2:30 – 7:00 pm at Trinity Catholic School. You may sign up by going to redcrossblood.org and using sponsor code trinitycatholic, or by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS or Grace Danboise at (315)296-6468.
Were you wondering who our Winter Raffle winners were??? 🙂
Congratulations to Grand Prize Winners ($20,000) – Adam and Jen Blais, son and daughter-in-law of Kitty Samuels – sold by Vincent Jarvis, 2nd Place Winner ($1000) – Nancy Charleston, sold by Callen Aldous and 3rd Place Winner ($500) Marcia Cox, sold by Tori Cusworth.
We are so excited about the super response we received to our 3 different enrichment programs that are being offered beginning tomorrow, for five weeks this winter. This is for students in grades 2-6. Students are choosing to attend one program or all three, beginning January 15 and ending February 14. They are set as follows: Tuesdays – Papercrafting/Scrapbooking – Art Room – 3:15 – 4:30, Wednesdays – Sewing – Music Room – 3:15 – 4:30, and Thursdays – Debate – Music Room – 3:00 – 4:00.
As our winter days finally get colder, it’s SO nice to settle down with a nice bowl of soup! It’s even nicer to PROVIDE a bowl of soup for someone who might not be able to afford one. Our “Soup”er Bowl does just that. In this event, classes work together to bring in non-perishable food items, and along the way, they earn fun rewards. This year, the contest will run from January 14 — February 1 and as always, it is a win-win situation! Our students will have the satisfaction of knowing they have helped the needy in our community, and our St. Vincent de Paul Society and Neighborhood Center will have nicely-stocked shelves to feed our Massena neighbors. The TCS “Soup”er Bowl is a wonderful way we teach our students at Trinity Catholic School what it means to make a difference. You can help, too, by having your child “work” for the food item, by helping to set the table, making their bed, cleaning the kitchen, shoveling a driveway for an elderly neighbor, etc. Thank you for your support with this event!