Friday, December 28, 2012
More Good Holiday Cheer: Rondo Brings Gifts, Smiles To Dorchester Kids
It's that time once again...time to put the game to the side for a moment and focus on the charitable efforts that some of the more socially conscious members of the League undertake from time to time.
This past weekend, Boston Celtics Maestro Rajon Rondo went out and bought $15,000 worth of toys and electronic gifts, which he later drove over in a U-Haul truck to distribute to the children of the Blue Hill Boys and Girls Club. Sticking around to challenge all comers for Connect Four supremacy, Rondo embodied the spirit of the season of generosity with his gift-giving and sharing by donating his time.
The Boston Celtics official website has the full story and even features a video of his antics while shopping at South Bay's Target in Dorchester.