Celtics to Introduce Draft Picks, Unveil State of the Art Mobile Computer Lab Monday at Brighton School


Jun 25, 2011

The Celtics will introduce their two newest members, draftees and former Purdue University teammates JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore, at the Edison K-8 School in Brighton on Monday morning. After the introductory press conference, they will also unveil a new mobile computer lab at the school donated by the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation.

Johnson and Moore will join Celtics co-owner and Shamrock Foundation president Stephen Pagliuca, Celtics GM Danny Ainge, Boston Public Schools superintendent Dr. Carol Johnson, and 25 Edison students in introducing the computer lab.

The lab will include 25 Macbook computers with Shamrock Foundation brand marks and a computer cart that holds, protects, and charges the computers and printers.

Aingle, Johnson, and Moore will also spend time with the Edison students, show them how their new mobile-computer lab works, and speak to them on the importance of getting an education.

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