THANK YOU to everyone who braved the below freezing temperatures to attend the Second Annual Volleyball Tournament! We ended up with 6 teams playing and dozens of fans in the stands. We want to give a very special thank you to Pizza Post in Greenwich for feeding everyone. And an extra special thank you to Sacred Heart Greenwich for our last minute location change. After all was said & done, we raised over $3,500! Make sure you check out our updated website to see a slide show of pictures of the day. We had a great day of giving, sportsmanship, and remembering Tristan’s generous spirit.
Applications for our 2018-19 Trinity Catholic High School scholarship are now available. The application can be found on the Trinity website: trinitycatholic.org under the Admissions tab. The scholarship is awarded to a senior student that has a financial need and agrees to volunteer 20 hours of community service at the Stamford Museum and Nature Center. The community hours can be a part of, or in addition to the required Reach Out hours. The deadline for submission in March 1, 2018. This will be the fourth award given to a Trinity Senior. We feel so honored to be able to help those in need.
Our college scholarship application will be available later in the spring for the 2018-19 school year. Please keep checking back on our website for deadlines and application links.
We’re busy planning the Third Annual Softball Tournament! Save the date: Saturday, June 9, 2018. As we’ve learned this past year, date & locations can change, so make sure you check our website often for any updates. We will have fun and competitive divisions again, and as always lunch & drinks will be provided. We will open registration once we have field confirmations from the City of Stamford. If you have any questions, email them to email@example.com. Hope to see you there!
We still have plenty left in both black in white. And we now take payments through PayPal. Use our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org to send us money. Tshirts are $20 each, and that includes shipping. We will also have them for sale at the volleyball tournament.
Tristan and I shared many fun and crazy experiences together. From the moment we met in the seventh grade at Turn of River Middle School, I knew we would become very good friends. From buying unicorn onesies and wearing them around school to befriending random people from Hawaii for a school project (which we did very poorly on and were told by the teacher to never work together again). It would take pages to detail all the weird things we did together. I thought of one of those things just recently. Tristan and I were freshman in high school and we thought it would be fun if we walked from Westhill High School to my house. It was the middle of October, freezing cold and a good five-mile walk. Along the way we stopped at a prom dress store and started trying on an unnecessary amount of prom dresses, probably making the saleswomen very frustrated. We then stopped at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center and spent hours there trying to pet the various farm animals. We finally made it home but we knew if we ever told our parents about crossing busy highways we would be in huge trouble. Tristan was my best friend for reasons just like these. She was always up for a new adventure and I was always willing to go along. She was supportive and loyal. I miss her every day and I will try to live my best life to honor my best friend.
Aidan Curley, Tristan & Sydney
Volume 8 - Feb 2018