Buffalo Bills P Brian Moorman To Visit Saints Peter & Paul School in Williamsville, NY on Tuesday, November 13

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Buffalo Bills P Brian Moorman To Visit
Saints Peter & Paul School in Williamsville, NY on Tuesday, November 13
Moorman among 34 players participating in
"NFL Take a Player to School" presented by JCPenney Afterschool Program

WHO:              Buffalo Bills P Brian Moorman
Students from Saints Peter & Paul School

WHAT:
Moorman will pick-up 5th grade student Bethany Skok in a limo from her house, take her to Saints Peter & Paul School, visit the Principal's office, visit with Bethany's classmates, and speak to the students about the importance of education and health. At the end of the visit, Moorman will lead kids in a fitness activity, as part of NFL's new Play 60 campaign, helping youth get 60 minutes of exercise a day.

WHERE:         Saints Peter & Paul School /5480 Main St/Williamsville, NY 14225                   
Check-in at front office

WHEN:           Tuesday, November 13
8:30 am (Bethany's arrival time at school with Moorman)

CONTACTS
Clare Graff, NFL, 212-450-2435
Nicole Falagrady, JCPenney, 972-431-4655

MORE INFORMATION:

  • To encourage children age 6-13 to stay in school and become involved in after school programs, the "NFL Take a Player to School" sweepstakes selected one winner in each of the 32 NFL markets and two at-large winners. Students will take players to school during the 2007 regular season. The NFL and JCPenney will donate funds to support afterschool programs in each of these communities, providing enhanced health and fitness opportunities, and giving children the chance to benefit from programs that encourage the development of healthy lifestyles, improved social skills and enhanced academic performance.  For more information visit www.NFLRUSH.com

  • The JCPenney Afterschool Fund is a non-profit organization committed to providing America's children with access to high-quality after school programs and raising awareness around the need for more programs that keep kids safely and constructively engaged during after school hours.

    · Since 1999, JCPenney and its official charity, the JCPenney Afterschool Fund, have contributed more than $50 million to support programs that promote the academic, physical, and social development of children in after school centers nationwide. The JCPenney Afterschool Fund will provide more than 15,000 children with access to safe, enriching after school programs this year.

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