Magazine of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hartford Connecticut
Friday, July 21, 2017

Youth

LH sikorskyLauralton Hall’s engineering team “The Wright Sisters” has been chosen as the winner of the annual Sikorsky STEM competition. Representing the team at Expo Fest in Wallingford in May, from left in photo, are Kristin Franco, Grace Jensen, Isabella Secchiaroli, Madelyn Monahan, Juliana Gonzalez, Michaela O’Donnell, Leah Cogguillo, Rory Woods, Olivia D’Andrea, Yashaswini Soleti, Ann Frances Fox, Kailyn Ball, Julia Arsenault.MILFORD – Lauralton Hall’s engineering team “The Wright Sisters” rose to the challenge and has won the annual Sikorsky STEM Challenge.

mgoh gradsFather Robert O'Grady stands with several 2017 graduating seniors from St. Robert Bellarmine and St. Mary parishes in Windsor Locks to whom he awarded the St. Mary/St. Robert/Knights of Columbus grant on June 24.

From left are Hope Netolicky, Vincent Breda, Andrew Moskowicz, Joshua Swider, Father O'Grady and Ben Ouellette

The awards were made possible by Knights of Columbus Council 26, which donated $2,500, and the work of many volunteers of both parishes, who ran dinners, socials, a bake sale and tag sale to raise funds for the scholarship.

In addition to those in the photo, grant awards went to Caroline Dhanagar and Lily Muzzarell.

On June 29, the two parishes will merge and take the name Mary, Gate of Heaven Parish as part of the Archdiocese of Hartford's pastoral plan.

SMS mlf grads webSt. Mary School's Class of 2017 poses at St. Mary Church in Milford, where the eighth-grade graduation ceremony took place on June 7.

The 23 graduates will attend Notre Dame of West Haven, Hamden Hall, Lauralton Hall in Milford, Fairfield Prep, Jonathan Law and Joseph Foran in Milford and St. Joseph High School in Trumbull next year.

The school's preschool graduated its largest class ever with 53 students ready to move onto kindergarten. (Photo by Robert Taylor Photography)

stmary mlf jnhs webSt. Mary School in Milford has inducted new members into its chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. They are Lily Bryant, Morgan Bisecco, Justin Cummings, Abigail Delaney, Matthew Dunn, Alexandria Hart, Abigail Nickolenko, Travis Nguyen, Madeline Paine, Anthony Rainey, Emma Rice, Natalie Roney, Juliana Vacca, Catherine Welch, Katie Wetmore and Nicholas Vitti. 

They join current members Max Acevedo, Sophia Dana, Laura Ellison, Emily Haverl, Timothy Jagal, Jon Jazwinski, Gwen Logiodice, Ian Mallari, Christopher Melillo, Jade Petalcorin, Nolan Richards, Brian Robertson, Riley Shea and Hanna Zabski.

Honor society members exemplify excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship. (Photo by John J. Coleman)