Thursday, December 29, 2016

A Very Trojan Man Christmas Season

Anthony Wiggins and alumni Trojan Man 
Alec Krause with Santa Trojan Man.
Blogger's Note: The following was provided and written by John J. Armato.

Some people may count on the weekend as a time for rest and relaxation. Trojan Man and his advisor Pottstown High School teacher Mr. Dave Woodley use their weekends to help the community and build Pottstown Pride. 

This past weekend started with The Trojan Nation and Trojan Men Jon Oister, Aaron Diamond, and Owen Morton making a trip to the Reading Hospital to deliver four boxes of toys to the Pediatric Unit. 

Upon their return, Trojan Man Michael Baker suited up and lead the student cheer section as the Pottstown Boys Basketball team defeated Pope John Paul II High School.

Saturday morning, saw Trojan Men Aaron Diamond, Austin Andrews, Jon Oister, Naeem Charriez, Todd Schadler, Anthony Wiggins and Trojan Woman Abie Krause travel to the Salvation Army and PMMC to deliver toys to children who would not be home for the Holidays. 

Santa Trojan Man visiting with residents at the old
Jefferson School building.
"You guys do such a nice job. We appreciate all that you do for us," said Richard Newell, hospital CEO. "Please thank the Trojan Nation for their community service and have a very merry Christmas." 

The day was not done until, Santa Trojan Man, Jon Oister made a visit to meet with the senior residents who live in the former Jefferson School. 

Trojan Men Jon Oister, Aaron Diamond
and Owen Morton delivering gifts.
Santa Trojan Man went around and greeted each person at the building party, wishing them a Merry Christmas. 

He then helped Pottstown High School's Regina Astheimer hand out presents to each person at the party before posing for pictures with the attendees. 

All in all a very Trojan Man weekend and another reason to say Proud to be from Pottstown.

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