Playworks Maryland & Baltimore Ravens Unite for Hometown Huddle

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On October 21, Playworks Maryland teamed up with the Baltimore Ravens and the United Way of Central Maryland for the 2018 Hometown Huddle. Kids from Curtis Bay Elementary School arrived at the Under Armour House at Fayette where they met Ravens players Tim White, Alvin Jones, Lamar Jackson, Chuck Clark, Makinton Doreleant, Cyrus Jones, and Patrick ‘Peanut’ Onwuasor.

The players, volunteers, and kids enjoyed a variety of games including One Fish, Two Fish, Ultimate Football, Steal the Bacon, and Pizza Delivery. The kids also learned about the importance of healthy play and inclusion.

Thanks to all to helped make this event fun and impactful! #RealPlayersDontBully

    

 

Check out the Raven’s video from the event.

 

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