My daughter Ava, who is 3, was made an official princess by the nicest bunch of girls. She’s still glowing. My son Andrew, who is 10, had a blast. Later my wife said, “I see these wonderful kids at Triton every time I come to one of these events and it makes me really proud.”
Thanks to everyone who came together as part of Team Triton. This successful fundraising event brings us closer to the goal of paying for the stadium with donations and fundraising — not through funding from Triton or its three towns. Here is a list of the groups that contributed to the success of the event:
The Triton Regional School PTA, Newbury Elementary PTA; Pine Grove PTA; Salisbury PTA; Triton Boosters; Triton teachers, staff and students; Triton Marching Band; Triton Athletics: cheering, cross-country, field hockey, football, soccer; the graduating class of 2013; Gradventure; So Said the Sun, a Triton student-led band.
Haunted House Rooms were created by: members of the senior, junior, sophomore and freshman classes, middle school students, the REACH TLC Team, drama students, the Community Service Club, girls soccer, girls and boys cross-country/track, girls field hockey and cheerleaders.
Tremendous thanks to the generous businesses throughout the Triton Community that donated products and services:
Applecrest Farm Orchards, Avery Woodworth Ponies, Colby Farms, Mammoth Media, Paul Clemence Masonry, Perfect Pear Catering, Plum Island Surf Co., Mike O’Keefe of ReMax on the River, Starboard Galley, Sullivan Studios, Sullivan Tutoring, Tracey Smith Graphics, White Farms.
Team Triton thanks one and all as we come together to build a stadium, and a community.
Dan Valianti (and family)
Chairperson, Triton Education Foundation Stadium Capital Fund