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Former TCS player named to All-PAC team

Waynesburg University junior and Trinity alumnus Hayden Giuliani ’11 received second team honors for the 2013-14 All-PAC Women’s Basketball team. A member of the 1000 point club at Trinity, she is the 2013-14 PAC leader for 3-point field goals made and ranks second for 3-point field goal percentage. Hayden is majoring in Athletic Training at Waynesburg.

When asked about her recent recognition, she expressed, “This honor means a lot because it shows all the hard work I’ve put in to truly improve the gift God has given me. Without Him, it wouldn’t have been possible.”

Kris and Maggie (Graham) Warner ’09

IMG_7756Trinity Alumni Kris Warner and Maggie Graham were married on June 8, 2013. Kris, a Second Lieutenant, is attending graduate school at the Air Force Institute of Technology in Dayton, OH where he studies Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. Maggie is working as a staff nurse in the Critical Decisions Unit at Kettering Health System, also in Dayton.

Kris graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in May 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science Engineering. He served as Squadron Commander his senior year. Kris is the current Student Body President at AFIT.

Maggie graduated Magna Cum Laude from WVU School of Nursing in May 2013.  She was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing her junior year. Maggie received the BSN Alumni Leadership Award her senior year and served as Co-President of the Student Nursing Association.

Annual alumni reception

Smiles and lively conversations marked the annual alumni reception. Trinity graduates enjoyed seasonal refreshments while visiting with one another and their former teachers before the TCS community dismissed for Christmas break.

Giving Back

In high school, Nate Webster (class of ’07) was an active and engaged Trinity student, known for his community service and environmental concerns. A natural leader on campus, it was fitting that Nate received and accepted an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point his senior year.

As a current member of the military, Nate is no stranger to a life of service. Once again, he wants to give back. Grateful for his educational opportunities, Nate has set up a Least of These Scholarship to be awarded to a 2013-14 senior of Trinity Christian School. This $500 award will be given to a student who demonstrates “a dedication to selfless service, leadership, bettering oneself, improving the community both locally and globally, and pursuing a life of Christ-like service to the ‘least of these’ in our world.”

We look forward to announcing the recipient of this scholarship during Trinity’s Senior White Day on May 20, 2014. Thank you Nate for giving back to the Trinity Christian School community!

Lauren Neely ’01

Lauren Neely ’01 served as the Range Services Manager for the recent launch of NASA’s Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE). LADEE is a robotic mission that will orbit the moon to gather detailed information about the lunar atmosphere, conditions near the surface and environmental influences on lunar dust. Lauren, a 2005 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute graduate with a degree in Electrical Engineering, is an employee of LJT & Associates who contracts to NASA.

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