By Louis Goldsmith.
On Friday, March 7, The Seven Hills School hosted its annual International Dinner in Founders Hall. Families and students of each division of the School participated in the numerous activities led by Upper School students and ate the best food of what the community had to offer from each respective ethnic background. The French III class led by French teacher, Wynne Curry, hosted the very popular crepe making booth. Other booths included a henna station, origami, and numerous other activities.
The fun did not stop there as Upper school English teacher, Nate Gleiner, served as the emcee for the acts on the stage. The packed cafeteria was treated to live performances all evening. These performances ranged from an aerobic dance by Middle School children, to a violin performance, and later a performance by the Upper School Chamber Ensemble as they sang a traditional Lebanese piece entitled “Lamma Bada Yatathanna.” The evening proved to be yet another success as all of the hard work by parent liaison, Rica Ligeralde, and Nate Gleiner truly paid off.