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Wonderful support from the Three Rivers Schools

2022-01-21T10:26:26-05:00

In the spirit of National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day, Nikki Nash, the interim superintendent of TRCS, presented the Three Rivers Promise with a check for $2815! This generous donation was made possible by the TRCS teachers and staff who participated in the "Jeans Days" fundraiser. The TRP board would like to thank everyone for their support and generosity. Together we can make the Promise a reality. #TRPromise

Wonderful support from the Three Rivers Schools2022-01-21T10:26:26-05:00

Thanks to our donors the Promise reaches a miletstone!

2021-12-22T14:54:51-05:00

Happy Weekend, everyone! The TRP team wants to share some good news. We've reached 10% of our phase one goal with $301,886 in total donations and pledges! Please take a moment to view our donation wall, where we recognize all those who have donated to the Three Rivers Promise.

Thanks to our donors the Promise reaches a miletstone!2021-12-22T14:54:51-05:00

The Value of Trade Schools

2021-12-21T10:53:39-05:00

Here is an article showing how valuable a trade school education can be. And this is the reason that the Promise will pay for tuition at a trade school as well as a college. Every year, millions of high school seniors apply to college, but a good fraction of these students may not feel that a four-year degree is right for them. Even if they end up going to a traditional university and landing a stable job, they may find themselves in a career that isn't personally fulfilling. You may be someone who feels an altogether different calling, a desire for [...]

The Value of Trade Schools2021-12-21T10:53:39-05:00

Three Rivers Promise Hosts Dan’s Fish Fry Fundraiser

2021-08-24T15:42:25-04:00

As you see in the photos, the evening was all it promised to be - good food and good company. The Three Rivers Promise's team of volunteers fed 416 Adults, 3 children older than 5, and 5 under 5. Thank you to everyone who came and made our first public event so successful. We will do it again next year!

Three Rivers Promise Hosts Dan’s Fish Fry Fundraiser2021-08-24T15:42:25-04:00

The Three Rivers Woman’s Club Donates $13,000 to the Three Rivers Promise

2021-08-16T16:03:50-04:00

Club members and Promise Board members met for the official presentation Tuesday, August 3, 2021. in front of the Three Rivers High School. The TRWC is celebrating its 130th club anniversary this year, and the members felt there was no better way to honor the strong legacy of the Club than to donate to the future of Three Rivers Students with a donation to the Three Rivers Promise!  The Woman's Club is the oldest service organization in Three Rivers and the first to endorse and give to the Promise. We hope fellow organizations and residents in Three Rivers will also consider [...]

The Three Rivers Woman’s Club Donates $13,000 to the Three Rivers Promise2021-08-16T16:03:50-04:00

Class of ’64 donates $1,925 to the Promise and Raises the Bar!

2021-07-24T17:42:14-04:00

During this summer’s Reunions 2021, the Three Rivers High School Class of 1964 is having a birthday party on July 31 as they celebrate their 75th birthdays. And as part of the celebration, four members of the class issued a challenge to their classmates to raise funds for the Three Rivers Promise. Their initial $300 (4 times $75) has been met and almost tripled; ten classmates have donated $1625. With the match, the Class of ’64 has raised $1925 for future graduates of Three Rivers High School to have help in pursuing further education through the help of the Promise. Two [...]

Class of ’64 donates $1,925 to the Promise and Raises the Bar!2021-07-24T17:42:14-04:00

Honoring Three Rivers High School Graduates

2021-07-05T18:46:11-04:00

Richard "Dick" Rollins, Ph.D., Three Rivers High School Class of 1964 was an historian, scholar, and friend to many. Dick completed his undergraduate in American History at Michigan State University. He went on to complete his Ph.D. in American History. He authored and co-authored many books, most on the American Civil War. His most famous work became the definitive study of the life of Noah Webster, the American lexicographer. Dick's work challenged the existing understanding of Webster and altered historians' view by exploring the conflict of Webster's idealism and the burden of religion in society, academics and the state. Dick died from [...]

Honoring Three Rivers High School Graduates2021-07-05T18:46:11-04:00
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