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Bills bring cheer to kids


Bills offensive lineman Kirk Chambers, linebacker Jon Corto, kicker Rian Lindell, and safety John Wendling visited with children and their families from the Women's & Children's Hospital of Buffalo on November 23rd.

The Bills Women's Association hosted a gingerbread house making party and participated in the annual Holiday Tree Lighting at the Hyatt Regency along with the Buffalo Jills cheerleaders, Billy Buffalo and the Bills players.

Kids had the opportunity to create and design their own gingerbread house with help from the Bills players and also participate in the lighting of the Holiday Tree.  Festive songs and a cheerful holiday atmosphere made for a fun and memorable event for those in attendance. 

All the makings for the gingerbread houses were generously donated by Tops Friendly Markets, an official partner of the Buffalo Bills and a major supporter of the Women's & Children's Hospital of Buffalo.

The Buffalo Bills Women's Association organize numerous community events throughout the year in support of the Western New York community.  

Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo, a Kaleida Health facility and teaching hospital for the University at Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, is the regional center for specialized pediatric, prenatal and obstetrical services in Western New York and beyond. For additional information, please visit

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