GALVESTON — Plastic sheets still keep the rain from getting in, and the floors and walls are still bare, but the 70 or so members and supporters of the Trinity Episcopal School who gathered in an unfinished building saw something else on Sunday: the fulfillment of a long-standing dream.
On Sunday, a group that included church members, school staff, students and the building’s benefactors gathered to dedicate the school’s new 13,500-square-foot activity center on Tremont Street. The building will officially be called the Robert L. and Ann Moody Activity Center. It was constructed thanks to a $2.7 million grant from the Moody Foundation.
The school broke ground on the building in April but, according to school officials, it’s been on the school’s wish list for almost 30 years.
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