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On Tuesday, the Wilson Reading Challenge came to fruition as some of the most avid readers in PG County public schools were treated to an exclusive day with Josh Wilson at FedExField.
On Tuesday, 18 current and former Washington Redskins joined Renaldo Wynn and the Family of Faith Foundation to bring holiday shopping to area children.
Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation joined with players, Dan Snyder, Tanya Snyder, Ryan Homes and a host of sponsors to present the 11th annual Bank of America Harvest Feast on Saturday at FedExField.
The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation and players presented a check for $10,000 to Glebe Elementary as part of the NFL's PLAY 60 Super School Grant.
Redskins players and Redskins Charitable Foundation hosted a very special day at Redskins Park with 150 area students who enjoyed the fun and drills of the Play60 Mini Combine.
players were back out on the practice field for a good cause on Tuesday, getting more than 200 area students involved with flag football, with the Redskins Charitable Foundation and Coca-Cola.
On Tuesday, Washington Redskins Joshua Morgan and Alfred Morris brought the Hometown Huddle to Lake Arbor Elem. School, teaming with the Redskins Charitable Foundation and United Way.
On Tuesday, Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation, NRG, Redskins Cheerleaders and Josh Wilson, Darrel Young and Chris Cooley read to area school kids for Redskins Read.
The Washington Redskins and Mrs. Tanya Snyder have been leading the charge on breast cancer awareness for 15 years, handing out the 5 millionth ZTA THINK PINK! ribbon this year.
Former Washington Redskins TE Chris Cooley, will speak at the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013.