Spring 2019
Trinity Center's Soundings Newsletter is going digital!
The Way Forward:

To hear the latest update from Penn Perry, Trinity Center Executive Director: Click here
Destruction Leads to Growth...
We are thrilled to say that we've finished the majority of our Hurricane Florence damage repairs, and all of our damaged buildings are back in business and looking better than before! We still have hurricane projects going on around property (for example: the dock in far right picture) and are hopeful they will be finished in the near future. If you'd like to donate to help our hurricane recovery, click here . Thank you for your continued patience and support!
Trinity Center's Shining Stars
The Trinity Center Shining Stars are nominated by department heads and chosen by Trinity Center's Executive Director, Penn Perry. Each person is honored with a certificate and a monetary gift and presented at Trinity Center’s quarterly board meetings. The Trinity Center Board is proud to announce that Rob Tyson, Food Services, and Ben Mize, Housekeeping, were the recipients in February. Congratulations and thanks to all these employees for the hard work they do to make Trinity a successful place!
Did You Know?!?
Trinity Center's Dining and Food Services Department is excellent at accommodating even the toughest dietary needs and/or restrictions. As long as we know about your needs in advance, our staff strives to meet every guest's needs in order to make the dining experience successful.
Camp T Still Has Spaces!

Camp Trinity still has spaces open in some 2019 summer sessions. Click here to see availability.
Thank you, Charlotte Smarty Pants for featuring Camp Trinity in your Smarty Summer Camp Guide 2019! Click here to read the article.
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Camp T Online Store
Did you know?!? Camp Trinity has an online store that you can purchase cool camp gear year-round. The best part?! All profits from the store go directly back into the Camp Trinity Scholarship Fund.

Check out our newest and most popular item - insulated tumblers! They currently come in 6 colors!
Summer Sound to Sea Day Camp
Registration for Summer Sound to Sea Day Camp is going on now! Choose from four different themes and explore all of our barrier island habitats each week in new and exciting ways. Campers may join us for up to three weeks every summer. Weekly themes are listed after the dates below.

Sound to Sea - School Dates Available!
Trinity Center's Sound to Sea Environmental Education Program welcomes schools from mid-August through mid-May. Students who experience the Sound to Sea program explore the five habitats on our barrier island: the Salt Marsh, Sound, Beach, Maritime Forest and Fresh Water Pond. All classes are taught with a hands on, experiential focus and meet the NC science curriculum goals. Each habitat group of 12 or less students will be with a qualified instructor for all classes. We typically offer a three day program; however, there are limited day program dates available. All school group sizes are welcome as Sound to Sea can accommodates school groups as large as 96 students to as few as 10. 

We currently have dates available for the 2019-20 school year. If you know a teacher or school that might be interested, please have them call today!

How to Reserve a Sound to Sea Session for your School:

Please call 252-247-5600 or 1-888-874-6287 and speak to Trinity Center Program Director Mindy Furrer to reserve a space. Or you can contact us by e-mail. 
Soundings Editor:   Mary Beth Bradberry
Executive Director: Penn Perry

Trinity Center Board Members:  Ann Bustard, Emily Gowdy Canady, Lindy Emory, Larry Gracie, Tracy Hanson, Royster Hedgepeth, Ed Hodges (Board Chair), The Rev. John Porter-Acee, Dr. John Rozier, The Rt. Rev. Robert S. Skirving, The Rev. Sarah Smith, The Rev. Canon Matthew Stockard, and Barbara Whitesides