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Bills to visit Armor Elementary

Posted By Paul Kasprzak On Nov 2 2010 @ 8:24 pm In Buffalo Bills | No Comments

Armor Elementary held a rally and other various events to show their support for the Buffalo Bills in hopes to be the regional winner for the National Football

Armor Elementary staff show their support in hopes to win a grant

League Back to Friday Football Contest.

Well they pulled it off as Monday the school district sent home letters announcing that they are indeed the winners.

Now, how do I know this is true? That is because both of my children attend Armor Elementary [1] so my wife and I received the liability release letters that includes the ability to photographed.

The school district on November 9 will be a awarded $10,000 Health and Wellness Grant and a visit from seven Bills players.  Hopefully, the Bills will follow through on the players and not send some an intern [2] like a certain other AFC East team did earlier in the year.

According to YNN [3], some of the events included a two mile walk down Abbot Road to Ralph Wilson Stadium that included 50 people, a Bills memorabilia day and a back to school barbecue that was attended by the Buffalo Jills.

In the end, the real winners is everyone as teaching our kids healthy habits is truly what this is about.

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[1] Armor Elementary: http://www.hamburgschools.org/armores/site/default.asp

[2] intern: http://www.norwichbulletin.com/carousel/x1920421552/Patriots-coach-player-visit-Lebanon-Middle-School

[3] YNN: http://buffalo.ynn.com/content/all_news/517662/teachers-walk-to-promote-health--support-bills/?ap=1&MP4

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