On Sunday, June 2, Boston Marathon Director Dave McGillivray will add one more audience to the 1,900 he has already addressed as a motivational speaker. He will begin speaking in the Richardson-Mees Performing Arts Center on the campus of Lawrence Academy at 6 PM. The event is free and open to the public, and free parking is available.
A veteran of 156 marathons, McGillivray began with a dream
most would consider modest: He wanted to be an athlete. His rise to national
prominence began when he ran across the country to raise money for the Jimmy
Fund in 1978. His story, however, begins at the playgrounds and in the sports
he played that place a premium on strength, size, and speed.
McGillivray draws from a deep well of experiences and many accomplishments as a runner and businessman to deliver messages that audiences of all ages find uplifting, inspiring, and invaluable in helping them achieve their own goals regardless of their interests.
Lawrence Academy Juniors Rachel Gallant & Mia Gage present Steiner’s play
On Sunday, May 12, Director of Theatre Joel Sugerman announced:
“Here is a performance that you should come to if you like good theatre: Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons – the final performance of a theatre intensive independent by juniors Rachel Gallant and Mia Gage, Monday and Wednesday, May 20 & 22 in the Theatre Classroom.”