Dear Holy Cross Family & Friends,
Let me tell you about this project and its significance to our Holy Cross family and surrounding community. In 1957, Holy Cross opened its doors to serve students in the City’s West, South and Northwest sides as the only college preparatory school in the Westside community. Throughout its 50 year history, the school has overcome great obstacles and has maintained a strong commitment to serving those who could not otherwise afford a private college preparatory Catholic education.
By 1963, an athletic track had been built by the Holy Cross community of supporters. Along with many others, the Noll family played a key role in building the 50 year old track. With four sons (Judge Larry Noll, Class of ’63, Bobby, ’66, Rick, ’68, & Mike, ’76) who graduated from Holy Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Noll donated their family’s services by literally building the track.
The Noll Family was honored on September 21, 2013 at the Holy Cross President’s Blue & Gold Gala for the family’s contributions to the school over the years. Partial funds from the event helped to raise 12% of the total cost of the renovation project.
A short film about their family’s story which premiered at the Gala is available to view: YOUR TRACK STORIES Watch it then share with us your own stories.
Become a part of this fundraising effort. Help us spread the word. Go the distance for Holy Cross and DONATE today!
In Holy Cross,
Vice President of Advancement & Public Relations
Holy Cross Community Services of Texas
DBA, Holy Cross of San Antonio