St. Peter School, Point Pleasant Beach, will celebrate its 100-year anniversary with numerous events through the year, including a parade and block party April 29 beginning at 12:30 p.m.
“The parade will be a journey through the decades,” explained Megan Miller, school parent and centennial committee member. “Each grade in our school will represent a decade and be paired with alumni who want to join from that decade. There will be classic cars, emergency response vehicles and so much more!”
Kicking off the yearlong celebration March 18 was a Centennial Jubilee Gala, which drew a happy and supportive crowd of nearly 130 people that included St. Peter’s parishioners, current school parents, staff and alumni from the 1950s through the 2000s.
“Our parish is so incredibly supportive of our school,” Miller said. “We have so many events every year that wouldn’t happen without the parishioners’ support, and that has continued throughout this Jubilee year.”
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For more information on St. Peter School Jubilee events, visit https://www.stpschool.org/current-events/centennial-jubilee/