Hamilton Ave. School forms Centennial Committee

Hamilton Avenue School is coming upon a landmark date, its centennial anniversary and has formed a special committee to develop plans to commemorate the big day.

Based in the Chickahominy section of Greenwich, “Ham Ave,” as it is fondly known, opened in September 1915.

Reflective of the community the school serves, the Centennial Committee is comprised of members from the school administration and staff, local community leaders and members, parent volunteers, alumni and town officials. Members of the committee who have teamed up to celebrate Hamilton Avenue’s centennial include Darlene Angotto, David D’Andrea, Catherine Fiorito-Brunetti, Bob Macintyre, Allison Radzin, Sylvester Pecora and Cynthia Womack, along with ex-officio members First Selectman Peter Tesei, Selectmen David Theis and Drew Marzullo and Town Ambassador Bea Crumbine.

The upcoming centennial will formally be announced May 19 at the spring concert. Hamilton Avenue School will celebrate this important milestone throughout the Fall 2015 to Spring 2016 school year.

Events will celebrate the past, present and future of the school. The goal is to offer opportunities for past graduates and their families from all generations and current students, as well as the Chickahominy community, to proudly showcase the history of Ham Ave.

Initial plans are currently underway for a Spring 2015 kickoff event and a Fall 2015 celebration. More information on planned events for the Hamilton Avenue School Centennial will be announced in the months to come.

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