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Trinity Pryor '21 recognized by The Union League Legacy Foundation

Trinity Pryor '21 was recognized by The Union League Legacy Foundation on October 6, 2020, when the organization held its 74th annual Good Citizen Day. The Legacy Foundation honored and recognized 300 young men and women as "good citizens." These students were nominated from over 50 youth-serving organizations throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. 

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Erin '22 donates $1,500 worth of food to The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen

Erin Penders, class of 2022, held a food drive to help those struggling during these difficult times. With help from her family and Pennington School friends, she was able to donate $1,500 worth of food to The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. The items were delivered on April 10. The Trenton Area Soup Kitchen is a non-profit organization that feeds the hungry in the Trenton area and offers programs to encourage self-sufficiency and improve the quality of life of its patrons. Even during the coronavirus pandemic, the organization continues to provide meals for those in need.

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Pennington student helps create database for COVID-19 donations

Pennington School student Alexander Huang-Menders '21 and his siblings, Celeste Huang-Menders, and Christian Huang created the Share Some Care project, which is an online database that allows people throughout to country to locate fire stations, food banks, hospitals and police stations near them that are accepting donations. In an article with NJ.com, Huang-Menders, said "It's amazing that this project has taken off so quickly. Ideally, we want to get traffic from around the world. People that have seen it have been very encouraging and supportive. I hope that continues and grows even more. In times like these, I think it can really do some good."

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