LODI, N.J. - The Alumni Association of Lodi Immaculate Conception High School recently presented senior Alexa Balint with a gift to help with expenses for her trip to World Youth Day events in Krakow, Poland.
Balint spoke along with ICHS campus minister and religion teacher, Sister Alexander at the recent Alumnae meeting about the value in attending this event to deepen their faith with thousands of other young people while representing ICHS and the Felician Sisters.
As a member of the National Honor Society and Vice President of the Student Council, Balint also participates in the drama and musical products at ICHS, and is part of the ICHS Ambassador Program and will be a wonderful representative of ICHS this summer.
“Alexa has distinguished herself as a campus and community leader and we are honored to support her in her journey to Poland for World Youth Day. We wish her the best!” Jane M. Wojslawowicz ’64, Secretary/Treasurer said.
With this gift, the Alumnae Association aims to encourage ICHS students including Balint to live the core values of our Felician Sponsored ministry.