Bob Lobel Visits Boston Street Center

Published: November 17, 2011


Last month, legendary sportscaster Bob Lobel visited Bridgewell Boston Street Center. He toured through the employment training and day habilitation services while meeting many Bridgewell individuals and sports fans.

Pictured above: Mike, left, and Nicholas with sportscaster Bob Lobel at the Boston Street site.

While touring the program, Bob was asked many questions like “How did you come up with the catch phrase panic button?” to “What’s your favorite food?” And of course, “How will the Pats do this year?” and “Who will win the World Series?”

Pictured right: Bob Lobel with Lori, Rachel and Patti

Bob Lobel received the Excellence in Service Award at Bridgewell’s Imagine the Possibilities Gala on November 4.

Read more about the Imagine the Possibilities Gala by clicking here.

Bridgewell recognized Lobel for his work on behalf of developmentally disabled adults and those facing other life challenges. Throughout his career, which spans more than 30 years on Boston television and radio, he became known for his charity work for Children’s Hospital and the Genesis Fund. He was also involved with Charles River Center, which serves people with developmental disabilities.

Click here to read this fall’s Connector article on Bridgewell’s Continuum of Care and more about the Imagine the Possibilities Gala.

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