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Boston Celtics Center Amir Johnson Participated in JetBlue Rookie Flight Crew with Students at Boston Logan International Airport

Event featured students receiving behind the scenes tour and showing off their model airplanes to JetBlue crewmembers and Celtics VIP’s
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Boston, MA, March 30 , 2017 /3BL Media/ – As part of the Boston Celtics partnership with JetBlue, Celtics Center Amir Johnson, mascot “Lucky” the Leprechaun the Celtics Dancers, and JetBlue Partnership Spokesperson Ronda McLeod were on hand at JetBlue’s Hangar and Terminal at  Boston Logan International Airport to give students from Winthrop Middle School a behind the scenes tour of JetBlue’s operations.

Statewide Program Aims to Build Massachusetts’ Next Generation of Creative Engineers

Boston-based Non-profit Bringing Digital Design & Fabrication to Young Learners as it Aims to Serve 17 Million Economically-Disadvantaged Students by 2025
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BOSTON, March 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Boston-based non-profit Reynolds Center for Teaching, Learning & Creativity has launched Fab@School MaSTEM, a grant-funded initiative in partnership with United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, which is bringing an innovative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) program to economically-disadvantaged school children across the Commonwealth. 

Team of CITGO Athletes to Compete in the 121st Running of the Boston Marathon

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HOUSTON, March 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ - When the 121st running of the Boston Marathon begins on April 17, 25 CITGO Petroleum Corporation representatives and employees will be ready to run.

CITGO Named the Official Fuel Sponsor of the Boston Marathon

CITGO will celebrate the One-Mile-To-Go Mark in historic Kenmore Square
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BOSTON, February 2, 2017 /3BL Media/ - CITGO Petroleum Corporation and the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) today proudly announced the beginning of a multiple-year sponsorship agreement, making the Houston-based oil refining and marketing company the Official Fuel Sponsor of the Boston Marathon. 

Museum of Science: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

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Mike Bloomberg gives a gift to the Museum of Science, Boston to create the William and Charlotte Bloomberg Science Education Center in honor of his parents.

 

With $50m, Bloomberg Thanks Museum of Science

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Originally posted on Boston Globe

Everyone around here knows Michael Bloomberg as the kid from Medford who went on to do big things. He built a multibillion-dollar company and served as a three-term mayor of New York.

Millennial Entrepreneurs Converge in Boston to Reinvent the 'City on a Hill'

HP’s sponsorship of Forbes’ Under 30 Summit kicked off with flying drones, big ideas – and an epic pub crawl.
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Arrow Value Recovery Blog | Sustainatopia #Boston October 9-12

By Carol Baroudi
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October’s Sustainatopia in Boston will be my fifth Sustainatopia conference. I love this event, and look forward to connecting and reconnecting with others who are actively engaged in trying to effect change on so many interconnected fronts. Sustainability 101 teaches systems thinking, which promotes holistic thinking, a bringing together of different disciplines to create solutions that draw from knowledge often held in silos.

Starlight Children's Foundation and Astellas USA Foundation Bring VGo Robots to MassGeneral Hospital for Children

Connecting patients, families and communities through innovative robot technology
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BOSTON, July 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ — Starlight Children's Foundation and Astellas USA Foundation are partnering to advance children's health and education through technology with the placement of three VGo robots at MassGeneral Hospital for Children in Boston. Hospital staff and representatives from Astellas USA Foundation and Starlight gathered at the facility today to unveil and celebrate the new technology.

David Ortiz Helps Children in the Places He Calls Home

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With 24 home runs and a .315 batting average, David Ortiz’s booming bat doesn’t show any signs of slowing down in his farewell season, nor does his work with the David Ortiz Children’s Fund – a legacy of giving that will last long beyond his retirement.

In February 2005, Ortiz visited children at the CEDIMAT Hospital in his home country of the Dominican Republic. Overwhelmed by the experience, Ortiz created the DOCF as a way to be proactive in the effort to support healthcare for children.

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