Joan (Karsky) Sickler waited tables for the first Mardi Gras dinner when she attended Dickinson’s Trinity High School in the 1960s.
She is among a handful of THS alumni who have volunteered every year since then.
“The school has a place in my heart — I want to see it continue,” Sickler said.
Two young men will get a very special Christmas gift this year. Dickinson residents Austin Holgard and Dominic Bouck will spend two hours with Pope Benedict XVI during the midnight Christmas Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City.
Trinity High School student Hope Sticka, left, and her mother, Virginia Sticka, go through the buffet line of cookies and spiced cider during Trinity’s 24th Wassail Tea on Thursday. The annual tea was an opportunity for seniors, faculty and their families to relax a few minutes amid the preparations for Christmas.
When the Trinity High School Junior Class presents “The Living Nativity” tonight, Alvin and Valerie Arriola look forward to reflecting on Jesus’ birth as it relates to their lives.
“It warms my heart to see the Nativity,” said Alvin, who is recovering at home from a traumatic head injury. “It gives me the promise that Jesus was born and someday he’s going to come back.”
Students at Trinity High School will showcase their talents in speech and theater during the annual Speech Night and performances of student-directed one-plays.
The event is at 7 p.m. on Monday in the THS Auditorium. The public is invited.
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