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  Patients From Children’s National Visit Redskins Training Camp
July 31, 2008

For Immediate Release: July 31, 2008

Chris Cooley with patients from Children's National Medical Center
Chris Cooley with patients from
Children's National Medical Center
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Washington, DC-On Tuesday, July 29, Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley invited patients from Children’s National Medical Center to attend a special event with him at a closed training camp practice. After receiving a tour of the building and watching the Redskins practice, the patients had the opportunity to meet with the players and coaches who signed autographs and took pictures with the children. In addition, Cooley provided each patient in attendance with a gym bag full of items including a portable game system, games, Redskins apparel, and fan items.

Each year, members of the Redskins visit patients and families at Children’s National Medical Center, which is organized by the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation. Cooley’s special visit for the patients out to Redskins training camp was the first such visit for the patients at Children’s National.

For more information, contact Emily Dammeyer, Children’s Public Relations, at 202-476-4500.


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Children's National Medical Center, located in Washington, DC, is a proven leader in the development of innovative new treatments for childhood illness and injury. Children’s has been serving the nation's children for more than 135 years. Children’s National is proudly ranked among the best pediatric hospitals in America by US News & World Report and the Leapfrog Group. For more information, visit www.childrensnational.org.