St. Theresa School's 60th Anniversary Celebration will be held on Saturday, April 30, beginning at 6 p.m. This festive evening will begin with a reception followed by dinner and culminating with a silent auction.

The evening event is a fundraiser to help St. Theresa School fulfill its mission.

“We are excited to recognize the rich history and the bright future of St. Theresa School in its 60th year with an anniversary event. This is a great opportunity for community members, alumni and teachers to come together to celebrate “says Mr. Vittoria, Principal of St. Theresa School.

The evening’s guest of honor is Monsignor Louis DeProfio former Pastor of St. Theresa Church from 1971-2003. Monsignor DeProfio was instrumental in creating a warm, loving and supportive educational environment grounded in Catholic principles at St. Theresa School that still exist today.

The event is a marvelous opportunity to acquire some great auction items as well as enjoy a great local dining experience and good company. Entertainment for the evening will be by Dougie Jam Productions a long-time Trumbull entertainment company owned and operated by Doug Wheeler. Plus, a special appearance from Ennio DeVita an Opera Tenor who has performed in both Italian and English at a wide variety of venues. Two of his granddaughters, Ava and Alexa Truini attend St. Theresa School.

Sponsorships and tickets are now available; for more information or to make reservations, please visit http://stesonline.org/celebrate60 or stop by the school located at 55 Rosemond Terrace in Trumbull to purchase tickets.

If residents would like to donate silent auction items please contact Sonya Jarvis, HSA Co-President and Chairperson at 203-261-3344.

St. Theresa School is a Catholic elementary school in Trumbull that is grounded in faith, supported by hope, and surrounded by love. For the past 60 years it has welcomed families and students of Pre-K through 8th grade with diverse backgrounds. Over the years, St. Theresa School has shaped the lives of thousands of students and faculty through its Catholic based educational experience. The school community provides an academically challenging curriculum in which all students can learn within the framework of Catholic principles. For more information about St. Theresa School visitwww.stesonline.org or call 203-268-3236.