Triumvirate Theatre/Bookstore/Art Gallery gives a big bravo to Cook Inlet Academy students.
Each year the Academy has an annual Work-a-thon in September, when the high school students go out into the community and volunteer their time and energy, for a day, at a non-profit organization.
We at the Triumvirate complex were honored we were chosen as one of their non-profits. Four CIA students Zac Cialek, Krikkit Holly, Colton Vann and Claire Rowley spent six hours, moving, shelving and alphabetizing books. They were a great help in the expansion of the bookstore.
More recently, we were delighted to have the CIA National Honor Society help through their monthly community service group project. They chose to make a time/energy commitment over the school year to work on various projects to support the day-to-day operation of the non-profit bookstore.
Their first undertaking involved Melissa Moffis, Claire Rowley and Brooke Forsi who spent an afternoon painting the backdrop for an upcoming production.
Selfless efforts such as theirs remind us that teens have so much to offer and much can be accomplished when collaborative efforts such as these take place to benefit our community
Joe Rizzo, president
Triumvirate Theatre Board of Directors
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