Watkinson School completed its seventh season of Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe by presenting the program’s community partners — Billings Forge, Hartford Stage, and the Mark Twain House and Museum — with checks from the proceeds to benefit their education departments. Watkinson’s Head of School Teri Schrader presented the profits from the 2018-19 Freshly Squeezed season ($2,341 was gifted to each organization) at a breakfast on June 6th. Fiduciary Investment Advisors is the sole sponsor for Freshly Squeezed and has been since the program began in 2012. After seven years, Watkinson has gifted more than $10,000 to each of the three nonprofits who are community partners to Freshly Squeezed.
Left to Right: Hartford Stage Associate Director of Education Nina Pinchin, Fiduciary Investment Advisors Chief Operating Officer Maureen Cooper, Watkinson’s Head of School Teri Schrader, Colin McEnroe, Fiduciary Investment Advisors Executive Vice President Michael Goss, Mark Twain House Director of Development Rosalie Roth, Billings Forge Executive Director Cary Wheaton.