Three CBA students recognized for completing 300 hours of community service.

Connor Przelomski ’20, Alec Noe ’19 and Thomas Tsimbinos ’19 were recognized at the Ascension Thursday mass at CBA for completing 300 hours of service during Challenge 300.

Lincroft, NJ – In honor of the 300th anniversary of St. John Baptist De La Salle’s birth into eternal life, Mr. Matthew Butler, director of campus ministry, challenged CBA students to complete 300 hours of service between June 1, 2018 and June 1, 2019.

Last week at the Ascension Thursday mass, three CBA students were recognized for completing the “Challenge 300” service project: Alec Noe ’19, Connor Przelomski ’20, and Thomas Tsimbinos ’19.

“I could not be more proud of Alec, Connor, and Tommy,” Butler said. “The effort that these three guys have put into service is a personal inspiration to me. Completing 300 service hours in a year is a daunting task, so I wasn’t sure if anyone would complete Challenge 300. These three shining lights will do great things in the future.”

All three students completed over 300 hours of service in just under one year through a variety of different activities both in the local community and on service immersion trips.

For project descriptions, and quotes from the Challenge 300 students, visit the Christian Brothers Academy website >