On Saturday, June 16 members of the Sea Hawkers Booster Club teamed up with the Seattle Seahawks to meet and mingle with children and families of the Seattle Ronald McDonald House.
The event offered children and families of the Ronald McDonald House an up-close and personal look at the excitement and energy that surrounds the Seahawks gameday experience.
The Sea Hawkers prepared and served brunch for the house, as the Sea Gals, mascot Blitz and Seahawks cornerback Walter Thurmond visited with children and their families, posed for photos and signed autographs. HAWK ONE Tailgating was also on hand, offering photos and tours of their 36-foot gameday tailgating RV.
The event also included spirited performances from the Seahawks Blue Thunder drumline and dance renditions from the Sea Gals, who actively engaged the children and their families and encouraged them to join in the festive acts.
Chris Johnson, VP Publicity – Sea Hawkers Central Council, trusted the half-day event would bring out the same sense of family and togetherness that the 12th Man exuberates on Seahawks game days.
“The 12th Man is known for their sense of oneness, rallying behind a ‘cause’ and rising to the occasion inside the stadium on gameday,” said Johnson. “To see the 12th Man, as one, rally behind the kids and families of the Ronald McDonald House while teamed up with the Seahawks…priceless.”
The Sea Hawkers Booster Club has been involved in helping charities throughout the community since their inception in 1976. The club visits the Ronald McDonald house twice a year and has visited the house a total of five times – they plan to make a return trip to the house in December.
For more information on the Sea Hawkers Booster Club, visit www.SeaHawkers.org or find them on Facebook, and to learn more about the efforts of the Seattle Ronald McDonald House, visit http://www.rmhcseattle.org/
Tags: Blitz, Blue Thunder, HAWK ONE Tailgating, Ronald McDonald House, Sea Gals, Sea Hawkers, Walter Thurmond
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