Number of Participants: 100
Hours Donated: 4
Value of Time Served: $3,380
Event Type: Seniors
Date: February 7, 2023
Cold Spring Harbor Jr. Sr. High School
Turkey Lane, Cold Spring Harbor
Cold Spring Harbor High School opened its doors to members of both the Huntington Senior Center and Oyster Bay Senior Center for a pre-show dinner followed by a performance of “Chicago Teen Edition.”
It was a packed house as members of the high school’s National Honor Society warmly welcomed arriving guests to the pre-show dinner with trays filled with pastas, salads, rolls and beverages. While staff and administrators mingled with the guests, student volunteers assumed the roles of waiters and waitresses sprinkling parmesan cheese, pouring lemonade and coffee, and making sure everyone was enjoying themselves and their needs were met. The abundant dessert table was the finishing touch to a perfect dinner.
Following the dinner, the guests were treated to a performance of “Chicago Teen Edition” that rivaled a Broadway production. The students had a wonderful opportunity to showcase their theatrical and musical talents and the audience responded with several thunderous rounds of applause. The event was a wonderful way to bring the community together and a complete success thanks to the hard work of the students and staff.
CSH 1-CSH 5: Cold Spring Harbor High School hosted a pre-show dinner followed by a performance of “Chicago Teen Edition” for members of the Huntington Senior Center and the Oyster Bay Senior Center.
CSH 6: Cold Spring Harbor Central School District Superintendent of Schools Jill Gierasch enjoyed spending time with those who attended the high school’s pre-dinner and performance of “Chicago Teen Edition.”
CSH 7: Cold Spring Harbor High School presented “Chicago Teen Edition” following a pre-show dinner for members of the Huntington Senior Center and Oyster Bay Senior Center.
Photos courtesy of the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District