BOSTON, Mass. -- Last Friday, several Pine Manor College Student-Athletes visited Eliot Elementary School in Boston's North End to help with the seventh annual Thanksgiving celebration of students, teachers and the greater Eliot Elementary community.
For the second straight year, Pine Manor's student-athletes spent part of the day in classrooms, talking with, reading to, and even playing some dodgeball (above) with Eliot's students. The Gators were also fortunate enough to share in a thanksgiving feast with the students and staff of the Eliot School.
(left) Eliot Elementary is located just down the street from the home of American Revolutionary War hero Paul Revere in Boston's North End. The Gators stopped to check out the statue of Revere, located just outside of the Old North Church, before heading inside to see the Eliot students.
(below) PMC student-athletes hanging out with some Eliot students in the classroom before enjoying Thanksgiving dinner with the Eliot Community.
Posted on Sat, November 30, 2013
by Miles Roberts