Candids from Historic Fort Steuben Project annual dinner meeting

‘SPRINGING INTO THE FUTURE’ — That was the theme of Old Fort Steuben Project’s annual dinner and membership meeting held May 10 at Hellenic Hall, where, from left, were Keith Murdock, director of community relations and development, Trinity Health System; Jerry Barilla, Old Fort Steuben Project board president; Judy Bratten, executive director; Joe Tasse, interim chief executive officer, Trinity Health System; and Suzanne Kresser, Trinity Health System Foundation and fort volunteer. Trinity Health System will continue as the presenting sponsor of the Steubenville Nutcracker Village and Advent Market, donating $25,000 toward it over the next five years, it was announced at the dinner. 
-- Janice Kiaski

‘SPRINGING INTO THE FUTURE’ — That was the theme of Old Fort Steuben Project’s annual dinner and membership meeting held May 10 at Hellenic Hall, where, from left, were Keith Murdock, director of community relations and development, Trinity Health System; Jerry Barilla, Old Fort Steuben Project board president; Judy Bratten, executive director; Joe Tasse, interim chief executive officer, Trinity Health System; and Suzanne Kresser, Trinity Health System Foundation and fort volunteer. Trinity Health System will continue as the presenting sponsor of the Steubenville Nutcracker Village and Advent Market, donating $25,000 toward it over the next five years, it was announced at the dinner. -- Janice Kiaski

Today’s community page features candids from the 2017 Old Fort Steuben Project’s annual dinner and membership meeting held May 10 at Hellenic Hall at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Steubenville. Highlights included special awards for volunteers Roger and Linda Hilty and Scott Campbell and the announcement that Trinity Health System is pleased to sponsor the Steubenville Nutcracker and Advent Market for the next five years via a financial commitment of $25,000.

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