Ruggers Ready to Give a Hand with Inaugural Campus Clean Up


The Belmont High School Rugby Club is one of the most successful at the High School, winning a pair of state championships and respected in the rugby world as one of the best-run youth organizations in the sport.

This weekend, Belmont Rugby will provide a hand to the wider community with its inaugural “Campus Cleanup.’

Come join the Belmont High School Girls and Boys Rugby teams in an effort to clean our campus.

Who: All students, staff, residents and community groups are welcome.                                                  

What: Community service project to clean our campus.

When: Sunday, Oct. 25, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Meet in the Wenner Field House parking lot by 1 p.m.

  • Trash bags and gloves will be provided; we just need yourselves. 
  • Community service hours provided; Please bring form for signature on the day

“This event is being organized by the boys and girls rugby teams and is a way for students to take a bit of pride in their campus and give back just a little bit,” said Belmont Rugby Head Coach and BHS teacher Greg Bruce.

“We will focus our efforts on the area surrounding the pond and the main school building, but will branch out across larger areas of the campus if our numbers warrant it,” he said. 

Craig Raubenheimer, an avid rugby supporter as well as CEO of Roan Solutions, a Cambridge-based IT support and consulting firm, is generously sponsoring the event and helping with supplies and food for the volunteers, said Bruce. 

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