Trinity high school senior Kathy Trujillo thought it would be fun to enter WGCI Radio’s BCool2urSchool contest. She won the contest, earning a Sony mylo personal communicator. But it’s Trinity officials and Trujillo’s schoolmates who were really celebrating Friday.
Sony rep Otis Gates flew in from California to attend a school Homecoming pep rally Friday afternoon and present flat screen televisions, DVD players, computers and other electronic goodies, valued at $20,000, to the school as Trujillo’s classmates cheered wildly. The affair was emceed by WGCI DJ Leon Rogers, who kept up the chatter and spun tunes for the raucous rally.
New Trinity Principal Toni Bouilette said she appreciated both Trujillo’s thoughtfulness and the rest of the Trinity school body’s spirit.
“We’re very grateful to Kathy for thinking of Trinity when she entered the contest,” said Bouilette. As for the Trinity students, always an energetic and positive group, Bouilette said, “What a wonderful testimony of how our girls feel about their school.”