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Kenwood High honored for outstanding community service by Baltimore Ravens
12/06/10

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Eighty students and 20 teachers from Kenwood High School were honored by the Baltimore Ravens and Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism (GOSV) during the December 5 game between the Ravens and the Steelers.

Through the Honor Rows program, presented by M&T Bank, the Ravens and GOSV, at each home game, honor groups that provide outstanding service to the community. Kenwood High School was honored for raising more than $35,000 last school year through its involvement in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure for breast cancer research, Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics, Walk to Cure Diabetes for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, Hoops for Heart for the American Heart Association, and Adopt-a-Family for the holidays.

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As an Honor Rows recipient, Kenwood received 100 game tickets and Honor Rows t-shirts. The group representing Kenwood High was welcomed on-field before the game, recognized during the third quarter on the RavensVision screens, and will be featured in public service announcements on WBFF-TV Fox 45 and The CW Baltimore to be aired December 6-12.

Photos courtesy of Jennifer L. Barrett, teacher and magnet coordinator, Kenwood High School
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