Courtyard Ceremony Honors Anna Lytton

Kate Rabinowitz and Principal Eric Casale dedicated two new picnic tables to Anna's memory
Kate Rabinowitz and Principal Eric Casale dedicated two new picnic tables to Anna's memory
  Two picnic tables were set up and dedicated to Anna's memory
Two picnic tables were set up and dedicated to Anna's memory
A ceremony was held on Friday in memory of student Anna Lytton. Eighth grade students, teachers and parents gathered in the courtyard with Anna's mother, Kate Rabinowitz. Principal Eric Casale honored her memory and two new picnic tables were dedicated to Anna. One of the picnic tables was donated from Village Hardware in East Hampton. The other was gifted by the Springs School Student Council. Spanish teacher Mike Kelly assembled the tables and they were set up in the courtyard amongst freshly planted flowers and bushes. The ceremony was quite fitting as
Anna had a passion for nature and art.
 
To honor Anna’s passion for the arts, the family established the Anna M. Lytton Foundation for Arts and Wellness, to be dedicated to enriching arts and wellness for the young, including those at Springs School. Contributions may be addressed to the Anna M. Lytton Foundation, P.O. Box 625, Amagansett, NY 11930.