Blessing & Ribbon Cutting Events Scheduled for New Clifton Campus and Playgrounds at St. Matthews Campus
Holy Trinity Parish School will be holdingtwo separateRibbon Cutting Ceremonies at two separate locationson August 11 and 12. All media outlets are invited to join us and encouraged to feature both new resources for our community!
On Sunday, August 11 at 2 pm, we’ll open our new school in Clifton (2117 Payne Street, 40206), to specifically serve students with language-based learning differences, the first of its kind in the Archdiocese of Louisville. The Blessing and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will begin at 2 pm. The school will have its first day of school instruction on Wednesday, August 14. We are proud to be the first Catholic elementary school for children with language-based learning differences. This founding of this school is part of Holy Trinity Parish’s initiative, For Every Child, to broaden our reach and serve more children.Bishop Mark Spalding (Bishop of Nashville, formerly the pastor at Holy Trinity Parish in Louisville) and Father Bill Bowling, current pastor of Holy Trinity, will conduct the ceremony. The combined ribbon cutting and blessing event is open to the public and the school will be open for tours during this occasion.
For more specific information on the school or to schedule interviews with school leaders, contact Paula Watkins, Head of School, email@example.com
On Monday, August 12 at 5:30 pm, Holy Trinity (423 Cherrywood Road, 40207) will hold a Ribbon Cutting and Blessing for two new accessible playgrounds on their main campus. The playgrounds are named The Perch and The Eagles’ Nest. Both playgrounds have state of the art features that allow accessibility to all children. The playground is built on a poured-in-place surface which provides easier access for all. These playgrounds are part of Holy Trinity Parish’s For Every Child initiative to broaden our reach and serve more children. The Eagles’ Nest was made possible due to a gift from Peg and Steve Diebold,andThe Perch was made possible due to a gift from Maria and Andrew Beck.Father Bill Bowling, pastor of Holy Trinity and Jack Richards, principal of Holy Trinity Parish School will conduct the ceremony.Mayor Tonini of St. Matthews and St Matthews Council representatives have been invited. The combined ribbon cutting and blessing event is open to the public.
For more specific information on the playgrounds or to schedule interviews with those involved in bringing these great resources to Holy Trinity, contact Beth Klem, Director of Advancement, firstname.lastname@example.org.