Clambake to benefit Regional Catholic Schools of Staten Island

//Clambake to benefit Regional Catholic Schools of Staten Island

Clambake to benefit Regional Catholic Schools of Staten Island

On Aug. 30, The Vanderbilt in South Beach hosted a clambake to benefit Catholic Schools on Staten Island. There was music, fireworks and more in honor of Monsignor Thomas J. Bergin of St. Charles Roman Catholic Church for his decades of contributions to the Catholic community.

Said Congressman Dan Donovan: “What a wonderful evening to celebrate Catholic education and Msgr. Bergin, who helped mold so many young people, including myself. We are who we are today because of our Catholic education.”

“This clambake helped fund scholarship assistance and support special programs, enhancing the educational experience for the 7,700 students of the Staten Island Catholic Regional schools,” said James Pistilli, chairman of the development committee and trustee of S.I. Regional Catholic Schools.

Article by Gracelyn’s Chronicles, SI Live. > Click here to read more.

2017-11-30T16:27:35+00:00 September 1st, 2017|Staten Island|