Throughout the year, Cody, who is in the Champions Program, and Coy, who is in the Junior Champions Program, can be found assisting with tennis programs, which include the Police Athletic League, summer camps, and community festivals.
“It’s fun to give back and experience what teachers do,” said Cody. “We meet new kids and see them progress in tennis.” Both Cody and Coy agreed that they enjoy leading by example.
If their combined 380 hours of service at JTCC is impressive, it would not be surprising to learn that the boys also serve additional hours of community service outside JTCC with the Boy Scouts. The boys’ father, Rory, loved giving back to his community as a child and thought Boy Scouts would be a great fit for his kids. He believed community service made him a better person and wanted his children to be inspired to serve their community as well.