Our winter social is open to one and all and is a few short weeks away. Please join us on the 28th of January for food fun and drink! For more details, please click here.
After a successful conversion of the fall FOCA Walk-a-thon to Serv-a-thon, FOCA is coordinating a similar CRLS Winter Sports Teams Serv-a-thon. By sponsoring an athlete, donors help teams and FOCA raise additional funds required to meet important supplemental needs falling outside of the current school department budget. Meanwhile the athletes provide valuable services to our community, build relationships within the team and earn community service hours required for graduation. Some projects include coaching elementary school age youth during their respective after school and weekend programs, visiting elderly, and clean-up/maintenance of Danehy Park, Fresh Pond and Alewife Reservation. To donate one can respond to individual athletes as they seek support, hit the ‘Donate’ button on the FOCA website (note Serva-a-thon and team in the note section), or contact Larry Childs firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Celebrating our Students, Investing in our Future
Thursday, March 30, 2017
6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Friends of CRLS 10th Year Birthday Bash!
Google Cambridge, Kendall Square
Join us as the Cambridge community comes together to celebrate the students of our dynamic public high school, Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, on the occasion of the tenth birthday of Friends of CRLS (FoCRLS), and the launch of the three-year InvestCRLS initiative.
Dance and mingle to the groove of live jazz (and more) provided by our talented student musicians, enjoy a Google-catered buffet and drinks, and catch up on “CRLS Today” from special guests!
Proceeds of this fundraiser go to support the programs of FoCRLS. Tickets go on sale in January. For more information, contact email@example.com.
The Friends of Cambridge Athletics (FOCA) annual ‘Walk-a-thon’ fund raiser was transformed this year into what all experienced as a more meaningful ‘Walk & Serve-a-Thon’. Over 350 athletes and coaches representing all fall CRLS athletics programs gathered Sunday morning at the Fresh Pond Water Treatment Facility. After mingling and turning in pledge sheets to eager parent volunteers, the athletes fanned out across the western and northern ends of the city lead by staff/volunteers, coaches and their team captains.
A majority of the Serve-a-Thon work was to assist in the cleanup of open space areas which are frequently used by the Teams and the community. Clean-up occurred at the Alewife Brook Reservation by the Crew and Sailing Teams, at Russell and Rindge Fields by the Football Team and at Danehy Park by the Soccer, Volley Ball and Fencing Teams, where the Park was strewn with litter because of a windy Danehy Park Day on Saturday. Other Serve-a-thon efforts included the Cross Country Team assisting with a road race in Central Square, the Novice Crew Team spreading mulch from Glacken Field to Fresh Pond, and the Golf Team assisting with maintenance at the Fresh Pond Golf Club.
One highlight of the Serve-a-thon was a small group of football players practicing open field tackling techniques with the seniors at Neville Center. Another was extracted items from the Alewife Brook Reservation such as a DVD player and sofa (which seem to go together rather well). The athletes also found so many coffee cups found that they discussed the idea of an appeal to vendors to encourage the elimination of the use of Styrofoam cups and to take action to discourage littering.
Aside from providing needed service to area parks and facilities, the athletes and coaches embraced what could be a new norm and culture in which CRLS teams come together not only for camaraderie, fitness and competition, but also to benefit the our community in addition to having a great deal of fun.
Something extraordinary about CRLS athletics are the many opportunities for meaningful parent involvement. Whether you are simply interested in attending competitions or to also engage more deeply in team fund raising, logistics support, or social events, Friends of Cambridge Athletics (FOCA) helps guide the process.
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Get your Falcon wear- shorts, t- shirts, dry fits, sweatpants , sweatshirts, hoodies (while supplies last) etc.,
June sale : 15% off everything!
We will be selling during Nest Fest: Friday 6/3 Lunch A & B and also at CRLS Graduation Thursday June 9th!
Or order on line http://www.friendsofcambridgeathletics.org/shop by June 17th !
Proceeds go to athletic teams and senior scholarships
Questions? Contact Alice at 617-620-7654
All shirts and shorts are $2 off when you buy in person at the store (war memorial by the gym).
Wanna shop in person and see all your options??? Come schedule a time to shop! Advance Requests for after school or lunchtime shopping appointments. made by contacting Alice 617-620-7654.
FALCONS CLOTHING: All sweatpants, sweatshirts, T shirts, shorts, etc. can be ordered online here and picked up at the athletic office at the high school or come schedule a time to shop and try on at the store ON Request after school or A or B lunch by contacting Alice at 617-620-7654.