On Tuesday, December 4, over 60 Trinity-Pawling alumni, parents, and friends came together for a night of celebration in Boston. Thanks to the wonderful generosity of Peggy and Phil Haughey ’53, the gathering was held at the Harvard Club. Some of the highlights included a mini Class of ’53 reunion (featuring Phil Haughey ’53, Chris Wren ’53, and Tom Crowley ’53) and the presence of representatives from the student body (Alumni Ambassadors) who shared their perspective with the group.
The following week, on Monday, December 10, over 90 members of the Trinity-Pawling community came together in New York City for a holiday party hosted by Jean Doyen de Montaillou and Michael Kovner ’58 at the Union Club. Both New York and Boston had near record high attendance due to the consistent generosity of our hosts, who have hosted our holiday receptions for a number of successive years. A huge Trinity-Pawling thank you to Peggy, Phil, Jean, and Michael! We are extremely grateful for your kindness and support.
Following our New York reception, Trinity-Pawling hosted its annual community Candlelight Service in All Saints’ Chapel on Sunday, December 9, followed by a warm reception at Gamage House, hosted by Bill and Jennifer Taylor. The yearly event continues to be one of the distinctive traditions of Trinity-Pawling.
Our next reception will be in Delray Beach in March — more details to come. And, save the date for our reception in Washington D.C. at the University Club on Thursday, May 2, 2019. Stay tuned for more details!