Youth Events

Broadcast journalism

Members of Trinity High School’s broadcast journalism class recently completed a video for the Louisville-based company Appriss, Inc. Appriss provides technology products such as videos to crime victims and law enforcement officers to help keep communities safe and informed.

Class of 2012 graduates Louie Corrons and Ross Troop, senior Jonathan Dunn, junior Dodge Fielden, along with their teacher, Adam Klein, produced a video on Appriss’ flagship service, VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday).

VINE allows crime victims and other concerned citizens to learn the custody status of an offender by telephone, text, email or online. Victims can also register to be notified if an offender is released, transferred, appears in court or escapes.

The students were assisted by Appriss team members and members of the St. Matthews Police Department.

The video will be used throughout the United States to train Appriss employees and to inform domestic abuse victims, law enforcement personnel and social service workers about VINE.

Eagle Scouts

Trinity High School junior Hayden Delozier and 2012 graduate Zachary Garlitz, both from Boy Scout Troop 477 at St. Aloysius Church in Pewee Valley, Ky., have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout.

For their Eagle Scout projects, both young men performed projects on the grounds of St. Aloysius Church, where they are both members. Delozier and Garlitz celebrated their Official Court of Honor Aug. 12.

Garlitz will attend Bellarmine University this fall.

Perfect ACT

Gabriel Hunter French, a senior at St. Xavier High School, received the highest possible score of 36 on the June, 2012 administration of the ACT.

Willy Reichert, the son of Paul and Debbie Reichert, also earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT. Reichert is a senior at DeSales High School.

American Heritage Girls

American Heritage Girls,  a national organization for girls ages 5-18, is seeking new members and adult volunteers. The local chapter will host a informational meeting Aug. 19 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at St. Margaret Mary Church. Preregistration is not required but encouraged. Call or text Jenni Finefrock at 876-9695 or send an email to to register.

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