In an effort to develop lifelong learners through literacy and education the Orlando Magic, Magic player Glen Davis and Magic Community Ambassador Bo Outlaw will build a “Healthy Minds Reading Corner” at Mt. Sinai Child Development Center (2610 Orange Center Blvd., Orlando, 32805) on Wednesday, November 14 from 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
In surprise presentations at their high schools on Monday, individual students at Edgewater, Evans, Boone, Oviedo and Seminole High School were awarded the Valencia College and Seminole State Magic Scholarships.
Orlando Magic kicked off back to school efforts Wednesday, with the team participating in a field day with 200 campers at the Englewood Neighborhood Center.
The Orlando Magic, along with Magic forward Ryan Anderson, Magic Community Ambassador Bo Outlaw and Magic Dancers held a “storytime” with approximately 50 local youth at the Florida Blue Center.
Orlando Magic players Dwight Howard, J.J. Redick, Jameer Nelson, Orlando Magic President Alex Martins, Magic Community Ambassadors Nick Anderson and Bo Outlaw and staff to feed approximately 2,200 Central Florida children and families through Thanksgiving meal distributions, complete with turkeys and all the fixings; and serve a breakfast, provided by Magic Head Coach Stan Van Gundy, to Coalition for the Homeless residents.
Feed The Children will bring eight semi tractor-trailers full of food and personal care items to help 3,200 Orlando-area families on Wednesday, June 16.
Orlando Magic Chief Operating Officer Alex Martins and Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will address and thank Magic fans on Wednesday, June 2, at 8:00 am in front of City Hall, downtown Orlando. Magic Community Ambassadors Nick Anderson and Bo Outlaw, STUFF the Magic mascot and the Magic dancers will also be present.
Orlando Magic staff and volunteers will serve Thanksgiving breakfast to homeless men, women and children at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida. The Orlando Magic will provide the meals for over 600 Coalition residents.