On Thursday, April 15, the entire Cushing community participated in what has become an annual tradition at the Academy: Tony Fisher Day of Service to Others.
A graduate of the Class of 1969, Cushing Trustee, and well-known philanthropist, Fisher died in a plane crash en route to Cushing in April 2003. In his honor, Cushing students and faculty now dedicate one day of service each year to the local community and beyond. This year's projects took place at the Greater Boston Food Bank, Community Harvest Project, Mt. Monadnock, Walden Pond, Dunn Pond, The Salvation Army, Otter River, Trustees of Reservations, and local ball fields, churches, libraries, and parks.
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