Celtics read, visit, and bowl

David Sirota enjoyed an afternoon with the Boston Celtics at the Perkins School for the Blind. Boston Celtics players Jason Terry and Terrence Williams, along with Boston Celtics CEO and Co-owner Wyc Grousbeck and Perkins School for the Blind Trustee Corinne Grousbeck and Boston Celtics Reporter and In-Arena Host Molly McGrath, met with students where they read traditional children’s stories using iPads. Left to right: Jason Terry, David Sirota, and Kattia Franca.
David Sirota enjoyed an afternoon with the Boston Celtics at the Perkins School for the Blind. Boston Celtics players Jason Terry and Terrence Williams, along with Boston Celtics CEO and Co-owner Wyc Grousbeck and Perkins School for the Blind Trustee Corinne Grousbeck and Boston Celtics Reporter and In-Arena Host Molly McGrath, met with students where they read traditional children’s stories using iPads. Left to right: Jason Terry, David Sirota, and Kattia Franca.

The Celtics had a busy, do-gooding Thursday. In the afternoon, players Jason Terry and Terrence Williams read to students at the Perkins School for the Blind, and were interviewed on the school’s student-run radio station. They were joined by team co-owner Wyc Grousbeck and his wife, Corinne, who’s a Perkins trustee, as well as the team’s in-arena host, Molly McGrath. A few hours later, Paul Pierce hosted his Truth Strikes Again celebrity bowling tournament to benefit his campaign to fight child obesity. The guest list for the night, held at Kings Dedham, included Pierce’s friends Kevin Garnett, Avery Bradley, Chris Wilcox, Jeff Green, Courtney Lee, Doc Rivers, and JAM’N 94.5’s Ramiro Torres.

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