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Newly Rebuilt Ronald McDonald House Hosts Everett Hawks

January 12, 2005 - National Indoor Football League (NIFL) - Everett Hawks News Release

Players, cheerleaders and staff of the NIFL Everett Hawks visited the Ronald McDonald House today. The Hawks had the pleasure of doing magic tricks, playing chase, telling jokes, playing games, and visiting with the children and their families. Players that attended were Sedric Ashley, Robert Brown, Chris Johnson, Milton Meyers, Michael Reed, Tim Reese, Joel Robnett and Derrick Smith. Also in attendance were Hawks Cheerleaders Amber Merzlak, Amy Piasecki, Katie Richards, Lauren Walters, as well as front office personnel.

The Ronald McDonald House provides a “home-away-from-home” for families of seriously ill children who are receiving treatment at nearby hospitals. It serves as a temporary residence near the medical facility where family members can sleep, eat, relax and find support from other families in similar situations. The duration of stay at the House may last one day, one year, or even longer.

The Everett Hawks of the National Indoor Football League (NIFL) is an organization that is funded by private investors and corporate sponsors. Corporate sponsorships could include advertising for your organization, game day tickets and the opportunity to be involved with an organization dedicated to making Everett a great place to live. The NIFL and its member teams are not affiliated, sponsored or associated with the Arena Football League or any of its member teams. You can visit our website at for more information.

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