A fundraiser to help Hannah Trotman and her family will be held at St. Stephen's Nursery School on Saturday, February 19 at 9:30 am. The event will feature a children's music program with Ridgefield music teacher Elly Pesce and a creative project for children to design their own plates.
Two-year old Hannah Trotman was diagnosed with leukemia about a year ago. She lives with her family in Ridgefield, including her parents Julian and Rebecca. The fundraiser is an opportunity for local families to offer support to the Trotman family and to help with expenses related to Hannah's treatment. It also provides an opportunity for children to participate and help Hannah, a child in their own community.
The event is for children with a parent and will be held at St. Stephen's Nursery School, North Hall, 351 Main Street. Tickets are $20 per child, $13 of which will go directly to help Hannah, the other $7 will cover the expenses of the Make-A-Plate projects. The St. Stephen's donation will be made to the Hannah Trotman Fund through the Moms Club. Finished plates will be available for pick up about 4 weeks after the event. To reserve a spot for the fundraiser please visit www.ststephensnurseryschool.org or contact Noelle Carr at 203-438-6806.