Last Saturday, the seven students from Saint Anselm College who were staying at Trinity High School departed our campus. The students were taking part in the college's Winter Break Alternative program and spent a week working at the International Institute of New England, an organization that helps immigrants and refugees. The students slept in our Alumni Hall conference room and used our other facilities for meals, showers, etc.
I am grateful to the Bourque, Dufour, and Murphy families for providing the students with homemade treats each day. I am hoping we can host students again next year, we always enjoy having them with us and it's opportunity for me, in a way, to return the favor as so many other schools have hosted our students on the March for Life and other trips.