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Falcons 2016 Hometown Huddle Event a Success


The Falcons 2016 Hometown Huddle event was a success as almost the entire Falcons' 53-man roster, Owner and Chairman Arthur Blank and President and CEO Rich McKay all participated in various events across the city of Atlanta.

The NFL/United Way "Hometown Huddle" is an NFL-wide day of service that provides NFL players, coaches, wives and staff from each team the opportunity to participate in a variety of community service activities. This year, the Falcons participated in PLAY 60 visits, a culinary class at Westside Works, teacher appreciation visits and meal deliveries to senior citizens.

The participants split into 12 groups to visit various locations throughout Atlanta to engage in community service.

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