The Nobles community was busy logging miles and serving aces on Sunday, May 6—all in the name of community service. On campus, 25 teams played in the annual Tenacity Tennis Tournament to support the non-profit organization, which provides literacy skills and tennis instruction to urban youth. Class II students Maggie Psyhogeos and Arielle D’Angelo organized the event.
Across Massachusetts, 14 members of Brother 2 Brother, including both Middle and Upper Schoolers, along with faculty members Steven Tejada and David Medina ’05, participated in the Walk for Hunger. The event has become a tradition for the student organization; this year, they joined more than 40,000 participants who walked 20 miles and raised money for Project Bread.