The Eighth grade class of St. Amelia School received their “Hope Ribbons” at a Mass this morning. Parents, faculty, parishioners and students from grades Kindergarten through grade 7 attended the ceremony. The Blue and Gold Hope Ribbon, our school colors, are a sign to all future graduates’ dedication and hard work. They symbolize “Our Hope for the future…” and a sign and symbol of celebration.
The Hope Ribbon ceremony is just one of the many activities celebrated by the eighth grade class. In the evening, a dinner dance will be held at Banchetti’s Banquet Facility for the students, their parents and faculty and staff of St. Amelia School.
Students receiving the Hope Ribbons were Andrew Adamski, Alethea Allen, Madelyn Arcara, Jayden Baldinelli, Aidan Ballotin, Grace Bargnesi, Amy Barry, Sara Grace Bates, Olivia Beamer, Richard Bertucca, Alexandra Buckley, Patrick Cartonia, Sydney Cerkiewicz, Kylie Cocca, Bradley Converse, Carter Converse, Christopher Coupal, Steven Czarnecki, Gabriel D’Angelo-Diel, Taylor Dawidowicz, Louis Deluca, Molly Derrigan, Maxwell Donner, Skylar Drawdy, Juliana Fanara, Emanuel Ferrilli, Emily Fischer, Audrey Flanigan, Alexander Gardon, Angelo Gasbarre, Paige Gaulin, Michael Grande, Autumn Hanna, Olivia Harrington, Carly Hudson, Jacob Johnson, Molly Johnson, Ronald Jones Jr., Alexandra Kiedrowski, Isabella Kutzbach, Zachary MacKinnon, Erik Marshall, Kayla Menshon, Kelsey Menshon, Frank Militello, Abigail Murphy, William O’Leary, Claire Papendick, Charlotte Pinker, Megan Pompeo, Anna Puchalski, Alexandra Randall, Alexis Roberts, Monica Ruh, Christopher Schulz, Abbigail Selnick, Grace Topolski, Tyler Troyer, Alexandra Turoldo, Arya Vishion, Hayden Witkowski, and Mary Zastrow