Our friends at Micah 6:8 are hosting a Run for Life to benefit Safe Harbor Pregnancy Resource Center this Saturday, January 23rd. There is still time to register to walk or run. Join the Trinitas Knights Running Team and other Panhandle Christian Conference teams in their last race as they support this important ministry in our community.
Friday, January 29th, the Trinitas study body will present, “Consider Yourself One of Our Family”. An Evening of Theater, Song, & Recitation, this program is certain to delight the young and experienced as we recite the likes of Frost, Kipling, Boynton, and Silverstein and sing famous show tunes from productions such as White Christmas and Mary Poppins. Join our family for this free event at 6:00pm at East Brent Baptist Church.
The 2016 Trinitas Classic is scheduled for Saturday, February 27th at 8:00am. We’re offering online registration this year with an option to pay online. It’s never been easier to join your friends for a day on the beautiful Scenic Hills Golf Course.
The Trinitas Running Team participated in the Pensacola International Airport Runway 5K Saturday, December 5th to support the USO. The weather was perfect, much to the delight of the team and fans, resulting in the majority of the team posting personal best times on the flat course that day. McKinley Traylor won 3rd place in the Pensacola Christian Conference ladies’ division and Ben Noland won 3rd in the men’s. Students that placed in the top race spots include:
Male 1-9: Gabe Leonard – 3rd
Male 10-12: Isaac Hennessey – 1st, Knox Williams – 2nd, Paul Strickler – 3rd (Trinitas swept this age group!)
Male 13-15: Jimmy Hunter – 3rd
The Trinitas Christian School National Honor Society (NHS) welcomed twelve new members today, Friday, December 4th in a ceremony following Morning Meeting. Mr. Steven Traylor, Esq., who was an NHS member in high school, presented the address to the students, families, and special guests. Mr. Sean Johnson presided over the ceremony as the NHS advisor and Officers Caleb Heifner and Colby Gilley lead the students in the NHS pledge, shared the selection criteria, and introduced the new inductees. Congratulations to our newest members.
Miss Reagan Hope Chandler
Miss Emily Grace Hadding
Miss Cate Elisabeth Price
Master Andrew Brent Sandell
Miss McKinley Carol Traylor
Miss Sarah Dawn Fletcher
Master Jacob Link Hopkins
Master Timothy Shannon Parsley
Miss Hanna Pfeiffenthaler
Master Manuel Levy Siverio
Miss Leah Lucile Strickler
Master Zachary Andrew Croley
The Trinitas Rhetoric Choir will join talented musicians including Howard Taraby, Hanan Reddy, Victor & Megan Andzulis, and Sewell Griffith in concert to usher in the Christmas season Thursday, December 3rd starting at 7:00PM. This special performance benefits The Marjorie Younce Snook Public Library in Summerdale, Al. Adult tickets are $10 and all students are $5 each. Doors open at 6:30pm.
The 50k For Turkey Day project begun by four seniors from Trinitas Christian School ended with a stunning flourish on Saturday, November 21, as 90 volunteers gathered at the school to pack the 50,000 meals. The auditorium was a swirl of energy as 12 separate assembly lines worked feverishly to package as much mac & cheese as possible. Each bag packaged contained six servings of macaroni noodles, protein-loaded soy flour, and a packet of vitamin-fortified cheese sauce. The morning began at eight o’clock with a general word of thanks, brief instructions, and a prayer, before the group transitioned into production mode. The volunteers worked until all the supplies were exhausted, finishing in a stunning two hours! Channel 3 news was even able to send a camera man to interview project-leader Ben Noland and capture some footage of the four seniors loading the boxes onto the Manna food bank truck, all of which aired on television several times throughout the day. The morning ended with a pizza party in celebration of the success of the project.
For seniors Ben Noland, Bekah Hubbell, Chloe Gregg, and Colby Gilley, packing day was a milestone in their lives. Having begun the initiative in early July, these students have devoted a great amount of time to ensure the success of such a worthwhile project. After multiple planning meetings, the students kicked their campaign off with a fundraiser through local Chick fil-A restaurants. The students have also worked with multiple media outlets to promote their project and met with various businessmen to raise the $14,000 necessary to fund their project. Finally, due to the unfailing support of everyone in the Pensacola community, they were able to see their project come to an exciting conclusion on the 21st. The students are thankful for all of the support they received from their community, and they hope that they have been able not only to help the needy in the community, but to inspire others to do the same.
Trinitas senior, Brooks Hunter, sang the national anthem at the 2015 Veterans Day Ceremony Wednesday, November 11th at Pensacola Veterans Memorial Park. Hosted by VMPF President, CAPT Butch Hansen, USN (ret), the ceremony included a dedication, wreath placing, and plaque dedications. The senior class also attended the event which honored the service and sacrifice of our veterans.
The Trinitas Christian School Running Team placed second in the Pensacola Pumpkin Run on Saturday, November 7th with top finishes from the following team members:
McKinley Traylor – 2nd
Emily Hadding – 4th
Ben Noland – 2nd
Many of the team members beat their personal best times. Trinitas earned seven points at this race in the Pensacola Christian Conference season standings. Congratulations Knights!