Red Sox Invite Kurn Hattin to Sing
Kurn Hattin Homes for Children is thrilled to announce that the children’s Select Choir has been invited to sing the National Anthem at Fenway Park on July 9th. This will be the second time that the children have been given this wonderful opportunity by the Boston Red Sox. It will surely be a memorable experience for the children, players, and fans.
Donations Make a Difference for Children at Kurn Hattin
Every donation makes a difference in the lives of children and their families at Kurn Hattin Homes. We are very grateful for the many people who support the children through generous donations. Private and corporate gifts, along with foundation grants, make it possible to care for, house, educate, and provide a variety of opportunities to thousands of children.
Volunteers Recognized For Generosity and Dedication
Kurn Hattin Homes for Children held its Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on May 9th to honor and thank the over 100 volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to help care for the children. School Principal Sergio Simunovic spoke to the volunteers in attendance, remarking that “the service of our mission would not be possible without your talent, skills, love, and compassion.” The volunteers help with governance, school and recreational activities, sports, music, and special events. Principal Simunovic went on express profound appreciation for the volunteers, saying “You bring light into all of the lives that you touch. Thank you, thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”
Kurn Hattin Children Sing at 104th NSNEW Congress
The Kurn Hattin Homes for Children Select Choir, under the musical direction of Lisa Bianconi, was invited to perform for the National Society of New England Women at their 104th National Congress in Windsor, Connecticut on May 11. The Choir performed many music selections and invited the women to join them in singing "Let There Be Peace on Earth".
Kurn Hattin 7th Grader Attains Second Place in VT VFW Patriots Pen Essay Contest
Alex Lowe, III, a 7th grader at New England Kurn Hattin Homes for Children, has been awarded Second Place in the Vermont Veterans of Foreign Wars Patriots Pen Essay Contest. Lowe, from Pawtucket, Rhode Island, won the Carl M. Dessaint VFW Post 1034 competition as well as the District competition and was awarded a plaque, a backpack with a notebook, a pen, commemorative pins, and two flags: the United States flag and a Patriots Pen flag. He was also awarded two certificates in honor of his accomplishments as well as monetary gifts. Thirty-two Kurn Hattin students, grades 7-8, as well as over 200 Vermont students competed in the annual contest. Congratulations Alex! Kurn Hattin Proud.