Globetrotters drop in to new Kroc Center

Globetrotters Visit Brand New Kroc Center : Players from the Harlem Globetrotters dropped by the Salvation Army’s recently opened Kroc Center on Dudley Street on Monday to sharpen their skills in front of students from Dorchester’s Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School. The Globetrotters are in town for two games at the TD Garden this weekend.  It was the first official event at The Kroc Center, kicking off a series of launch celebrations that will culminate in an April 2 ribbon-cutting. Above, from left, Scooter Christensen, Erickson Gomes, age 11, Bull Bulliard, and Major William Bode, Divisional Commander of Massachusetts Salvation Army. Related photo, Page 19. 	Photo by Steve Babineau.Globetrotters Visit Brand New Kroc Center : Players from the Harlem Globetrotters dropped by the Salvation Army’s recently opened Kroc Center on Dudley Street on Monday to sharpen their skills in front of students from Dorchester’s Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School. The Globetrotters are in town for two games at the TD Garden this weekend. It was the first official event at The Kroc Center, kicking off a series of launch celebrations that will culminate in an April 2 ribbon-cutting. Above, from left, Scooter Christensen, Erickson Gomes, age 11, Bull Bulliard, and Major William Bode, Divisional Commander of Massachusetts Salvation Army. Related photo, Page 19. Photo by Steve Babineau.