Oh, What A (Bingo) Night!

Thanks to our GSB Parents' Association, Founders Hall was filled with students, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends for the 1st Annual Family Bingo Night this past Saturday. Disco lights and confetti enveloped the room as participants enjoyed the spirited music, the challenge of friendly competition, and the thrill of winning fabulous prizes – all while feasting on pizza, salad, and "bingo-iced" cupcakes. The evening was MCed by "Mr. Bingo" himself, Tony DeVergillo, with special game callers David Pasquale, Kyle Armstrong, Coach Tony Bednarsky, and Lia Carruthers from the faculty. GSB parent Glenn Lawse called the first grand-prize game, and members of the boys' swim, basketball, and soccer teams, as well as members of the girls' varsity soccer team, enthusiastically stepped up to the microphone also to call a game and rally the crowd.

"We thought this would be an exciting and fun way to bring everyone together," noted PA President Monica Micera, P '22. "Our goal was simple: community building." And, according to the Bingo Committee Co-Chairs, Caroline Campion, P '22, and Emily Maillet, P '29, a fun time was, indeed, had by all!


Bingo Committee from left to right: Danielle Ginty, P ’29, Director of Parent Relations Jen Doherty, Melissa Toledo, P ’24, Tanya Moeller, P ’32, Darcy Taylor, P ’24, Sacha Marcucci, P ’26, ’29, ’32, Michelle Lawse, P ’32, Vicki Castiglione, P ’39, Lauren Salko, P ’27, ’30, Co-Chair Emily Maillet, P ’29, Co-Chair Caroline Campion, P ’22, Tanya Sameth, P ’25, ’25, ’27, Krissy Binder, P ’21, ’24, ’26, Laura Brucker, P ’22, ’23, PA President Monica Micera, P ’22 (Not pictured: Sheri Cohen, P ’22, ’23, Laura Henderlong, P ’19, ’23, Jen Koester, P ’30, Jill Moriarty, P ’14, ’16, ‘22, Kelly Sturman, P ’21, ‘22

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Gill St. Bernard’s is a private, coeducational day school for students age three through grade 12, located in suburban New Jersey. Each of the three school divisions provides a rigorous, meaningful, and age-appropriate curriculum, and all students benefit from the environmental learning opportunities that exist on our 208-acre campus.