Men’s Ice Hockey Participates in Crimson Reading Program, Pulling For Hope of Boston

Members of the Harvard men’s ice hockey team participated in two community initiatives this past weekend.
Members of the Harvard men’s ice hockey team participated in two community initiatives this past weekend.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Members of the Harvard men's ice hockey team participated in two community initiatives this past weekend, as a group of players went to Beebe Elementary School in Malden to lead the Harvard Crimson Reading Program initiative on Friday (Sept. 20), while several others attended the Pulling For Hope of Boston event for the American Cancer Society on Sunday (Sept. 22).

On Friday, senior captain Nathan Krusko, along with Casey Dornbach, Colton Kerfoot, and Justin Szeto visited each grade at Beebe to talk about the importance of reading and share with students some of their favorite books.

On Sunday, Krusko and another group appeared at the Pulling For Hope of Boston event at Logan Airport, participating in a plane pull competition to raise money and awareness for the American Cancer Society.