Torrance students at Calle Mayor Middle School were recently assigned a community service project. Among them were two seventh-graders, David Tanioka and Rajiv Cherkupally, who thoughtfully chose to direct their efforts to raising money for cancer research. The boys went about this the old-fashioned way: selling cookies and refreshments at their lemonade stand. Their kindhearted, hard work paid off, and they were able to raise just over $54. Using their bicycles for transportation, the boys found their way to Torrance Memorial’s Foundation Department where they hand-delivered their generous donation. Thank you, David and Rajiv, for your positive contribution to the community!