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Celtics' Big Baby coming to Salem

Posted by Kaileigh Higgins  August 9, 2010 10:00 AM

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The following is a press release from the Plummer Home for Boys:

Celtics player Big Baby Glen Davis and Celtics Legend Cedric Maxwell will visit the Plummer Home for Boys in Salem, MA to dedicate a new basketball court.  The court and event were made possible by the Forever Young Foundation, created by NFL Hall of Famer and Super Bowl MVP Steve Young and by the Boston Celtics, RE/MAX of New England Home Court Program.

What:      Basketball Court dedication

Who:       Celtics player Big Baby Glen Davis and Celtics Legend Cedric Maxwell

Where:     Plummer Home for Boys, 37 Winter Island Road, Salem, MA

When:      August 16, 2010, 11:00 am

The Plummer Home for Boys is a group home in Salem providing adolescents innovative support and services, in a safe and nurturing environment, to build the skills and relationships necessary for a successful adulthood.

Forever Young Foundation was founded in 1993 by NFL Hall of Famer and Super Bowl MVP Steve Young Foundation to serve children facing significant physical, emotional, and financial challenges by providing them with academic, athletic, and therapeutic opportunities currently unavailable to them.

Celtics, RE/MAX of New England Home Court Program awards court renovations and genuine Celtics-themed items to three lucky Celtics fans each year.  A Boston Celtics player and legend visit the winner’s home for a dedication ceremony followed by a basketball clinic.

This event is not open to the public.

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