Patients at New England Baptist Hospital were visited by Boston Celtics Guard Avery Bradley today. His visit was to commemorate 30 years of New England Baptist Hospital being the official hospital and health provider to the Boston Celtics. Throughout his visit, Bradley raised spirits by posing for photos, signing autographs and visiting with patients.
Boston Celtics Guard Jonas Jerebko Visited Local Youth as Part of the 2017 Future Celtics Program Presented by NEBHFebruary 06, 2017
Boston Celtics guard Jonas Jerebko was at Madison Park High School to visit more than 300 students that are in participating YMCA’s and community centers as part of the first 2017 Future Celtics program presented by New England Baptist Hospital.
Boston Celtics Visited Tobin Community Center in Roxbury As Part of Sr. Celtics Program Presented by New England Baptist HospitalJanuary 27, 2017
On Thursday, January 26, Boston Celtics guard Terry Rozier, Legend Tom “Satch” Sanders, mascot “Lucky” the Leprechaun, Celtics Team Dance Director Marina Ortega, Celtics dancers and New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH) continued their third year of the Sr. Celtics fitness initiative with a dance class.
The Boston Celtics raised more than $900,000 for local children’s charities at their annual Shamrock Gala last night, presented by New England Baptist Hospital at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel.
Celtics Player Kelly Olynyk Visits with Local Youth as Part of the Jr. Celtics Program Presented by NEBHFebruary 08, 2014
Boston Celtics Center Kelly Olynyk met and spoke with 200 students from grades three to five from participating YMCA’s and community centers as part of the Jr. Celtics program presented by New England Baptist Hosptial. Olynyk coached the kids through drill stations in addition to speaking to the youth about the value of hard work, the sacrifices one needs to make in order to be successful, and he reinforced the need for developing a daily routine.