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Trinity Students Stay Positive

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Trinity High School leaves behind ashes, dust, and a lot of tradition.

But Steph Scheurer visits with students who still look ahead to a little glitz and glamour.

"It was definitely shocking. It was really sad to know that 50 years of tradition has kind of been destroyed a little bit," says Katelyn Rummel, Senior, Trinity High School.

"I was devastated. I couldn't believe that it would happen to Trinity," says Sarah Weiler, Senior, Trinity High School.

It's Katelyn and Sarah's senior year.

And a year they will never forget.

But amidst the upcoming changes, one special date remains a constant - prom.

Even though they won't be able to celebrate their high school prom in the Trinity auditorium, the fire isn't dampening their spirits.

"I'm completely positive," says Weiler.

"They basically put it in God's hands whatever happens I think the community's going to come together and help them out and I do think these kids are relaxed with that," says Rosie Decker, Special Occasions.

"They're all really upbeat and know that something good is going to come," says Breonna Farnsworth, Special Occasions.

Maybe one of these good things starts with a special occasion.

"I don't know where we're going to have it but I'm sure it will still be going on. I'm excited for it," says Rummel.

"Prom season this year we hope will be fantastic and we want to be a part of it and make this community remember it," says Decker.

Perhaps this prom will be remembered as a celebration of success in more ways than one.

"I have my dress so I'm excited," says Weiler.

Trinity's prom is scheduled for April 26th.

Officials will meet to discuss activities and finalize the details.

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