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2013 Hometown Huddle
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Image by United Way of Greater St. Louis
About 100 children from 10 United Way supported agencies attended the 14th annual Hometown Huddle on Tuesday, October 16, held at the Rams training facility in Earth City.

The children, along with Rams players, Rampage, cheerleaders, coaches and staff (including United Way staff) got active with the NFL’s Play 60 program with the theme: Game Day at the Dome. The day was broken up into three parts — pregame, game and post game — where children engaged in all sorts of activities ranging from warm-ups, gearing up and touch downs to celebration, autographs and taking pictures — just like the pros.

The agencies involved were: Kingdom House, Great Circle – Edgewood, Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois, Boy Scouts of America – Lewis and Clark Council, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, Annie Malone Children and Family Service Center, Grace Hill Settlement House, Boy Scouts of Greater St. Louis, and Sherwood Forest Camp.

Rams players were: #66 – Shelley Smith, #99 – Gerald Rivers, #96 – Mason Brodine, and #64 – Sean Hooey.

The goal of Hometown Huddle is to teach kids the importance of eating healthy, being active and generating healthy habits through a day of fun and fitness with the feel of a game day atmosphere.

2013 Hometown Huddle
nfl gear

Image by United Way of Greater St. Louis
About 100 children from 10 United Way supported agencies attended the 14th annual Hometown Huddle on Tuesday, October 16, held at the Rams training facility in Earth City.

The children, along with Rams players, Rampage, cheerleaders, coaches and staff (including United Way staff) got active with the NFL’s Play 60 program with the theme: Game Day at the Dome. The day was broken up into three parts — pregame, game and post game — where children engaged in all sorts of activities ranging from warm-ups, gearing up and touch downs to celebration, autographs and taking pictures — just like the pros.

The agencies involved were: Kingdom House, Great Circle – Edgewood, Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois, Boy Scouts of America – Lewis and Clark Council, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, Annie Malone Children and Family Service Center, Grace Hill Settlement House, Boy Scouts of Greater St. Louis, and Sherwood Forest Camp.

Rams players were: #66 – Shelley Smith, #99 – Gerald Rivers, #96 – Mason Brodine, and #64 – Sean Hooey.

The goal of Hometown Huddle is to teach kids the importance of eating healthy, being active and generating healthy habits through a day of fun and fitness with the feel of a game day atmosphere.

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