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BDC 12/6: Play 60 party today

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on December 6, 2011 – 9:49 am


Bills players to join 360 students for interactive fitness event sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York and the American Heart Association

WHO:             Bills players: Bryan Scott, Mike Caussin, George Wilson, Dwan Edwards, Marcell Dareus, Mike Jasper, Alex Carrington, C.J. Spiller, Spencer Johnson, Brad Smith, Scott Chandler.
360 students from local elementary schools (Buffalo Public Schools and Orchard Park Elementary Schools)
BlueCross BlueShield health and wellness volunteers
American Heart Association volunteers

WHAT:           360 Buffalo Public School and Orchard Park Elementary School students will participate in an interactive fitness event in the Buffalo Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse.  The event will include appearances by Buffalo Bills players, Jills Cheerleaders and Billy Buffalo, Bills mascot. Students will also receive a healthy lunch and gift bags with items from the Buffalo Bills, BlueCross BlueShield and American Heart Association.

The event will also include a “Jump With Jill” live rock ‘n roll concert about nutrition for elementary-age kids performed by Rockstar Nutritionist Jill Jayne, MS, RD. She is the leading expert in creating and delivering interactive media about health to kids and families.

In addition, Tops Friendly Markets, on behalf of its NuVal food scoring system, will sponsor the event’s lunch and will unveil details of their upcoming classroom scavenger hunt, where one winning classroom will receive a visit by a Buffalo Bills player.

WHERE:        Buffalo Bills Healthy Zone Fieldhouse
                           One Bills Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127                       

WHEN:          10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, December 6, 2011                                                                                                 

(Players available after 11:30 a.m. for program interviews)

MORE:           Play 60 Challenge – a classroom-based exercise program that gets kids engaged in 60 minutes of daily exercise – is an NFL model.  It is endorsed nationally by the American Heart Association and supported locally by BlueCross BlueShield of WNY. The Play 60 Challenge is the Bills largest community program offered to 3rd – 6th graders in the Buffalo Public Schools and Ellicott Elementary and Eggert Elementary in Orchard Park, New York. For more information on the Play 60 Challenge program, please visit or the community page on

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On if he feels a sense of urgency or pressure to get this team turned around:
Yes, sure you do. You’d be lying if you said anything different. You feel a huge responsibility to the organization, to the football team and to the fans. You feel a responsibility to everybody. We want to finish strong and finish on a positive note. We’re one better than we were last year but it doesn’t feel anywhere near like that. You’d like to finish as strong as we possibly can to take us into the next year. Sure I feel that responsibility.


Bills WR Stevie Johnson visited the Boys & Girls Club on Babcock Street in Buffalo on Monday night.  Throughout the 2011 season, Johnson has visited four Boys & Girls Clubs in Buffalo to serve as a guest speaker for the ‘Passport to Manhood’ program.  Johnson meets with 25 students during each visit and discusses obstacles of everyday life and keys to a successful future.  Johnson will host select participants from the program at the Bills’ next home game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, December 18th.

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