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Former NFL players Jamal Lewis and Duane Starks teamed up with the United Way and Dairy Management Inc.’s “Fuel Up to PLAY 60” program on a community service project at Hilton Elementary School in Baltimore on Wednesday, September 4, 2013 in celebration of the return of football in the host city of the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens. “Fuel Up to Play 60” is a program founded by the National Dairy Council and the NFL in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture, that empowers students to take charge  of their health by making small, everyday changes at school.

Former NFL players Jamal Lewis and Duane Starks teamed up with the United Way and Dairy Management Inc.’s “Fuel Up to PLAY 60” program on a community service project at Hilton Elementary School in Baltimore on Wednesday, September 4, 2013 in celebration of the return of football in the host city of the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens. “Fuel Up to Play 60” is a program founded by the National Dairy Council and the NFL in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture, that empowers students to take charge of their health by making small, everyday changes at school.

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Former NFL players, United Way Fuel up to Play 60 at Hilton Elementary

Former NFL players Jamal Lewis and Duane Starks teamed up with the United Way and Dairy Management Inc.’s “Fuel Up to PLAY 60” program on a community service project at Hilton Elementary School in Baltimore on Wednesday, September 4, 2013 in celebration of the return of football in the host city of the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens.