Eagle Eye Thanksgiving Video: The Tradition Continues

Nathan Hormell, Jarron Bower, AJ Grassi

This marks the fourth year that Tyrone Eagle Eye/Channel T has prodcued a Thanksgiving video. The video format has basically been the same since the beginning and has become something of an annual tradition at Tyrone High School.

It all began in 2013, the first year that the Eagle Eye was online.

“I wanted to do something fun for Thanksgiving, but I didn’t know what,” said Eagle Eye adviser Todd Cammarata. He began discussing ideas with then freshman Nathan Hormell, who already had an interest and some ability in video editing.  Together they planned out the basic format, a simple video would focus on the students and staff of TAHS telling the camera what they were thankful for.

“The first two years, it was all me, and finally last year AJ Grassi and Jarron Bower started helping me,” said Hormell.

Although Hormell is a senior, when he goes off to college he plans to visit the Eagle Eye often, and can’t wait to see next year’s Thanksgiving video.

According to Cammarata, next year control of the video will be in the hands of Bower, who will be a senior.

“Jarron will definitely be the successor to Nathan as the Eagle Eye’s video guru. I think the Thanksgiving video will be in good hands,” said Cammarata.

The Tyrone school community hopes this tradition continues for many years.

Relive all the past year’s videos by clicking the links below: 

 

Nathan Hormell
Nathan Hormell

 

Nathan Hormell
Nathan Hormell

 

Nathan Hormell