Duke football team to visit homeless children

Posted July 10, 2008

— The Duke University football team and head coach David Cutcliffe will serve lunch and spend time with homeless mothers and their children on Sunday.

The team at 1 p.m. will visit the Durham Rescue Mission’s home for homeless mothers and children at the Good Samaritan Inn, located at 507 East Knox Street in Durham.

The football team will serve lunch and then toss some footballs with the children. Players will also read to children and sign autographs.

The Durham Rescue Mission provides long-term shelter, counseling and vocational training to an average of 165 men, women, and children.


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  • goheels_15 Jul 11, 2008

    sounds like a very worthwhile event and i applaud the duke team for giving their time this way. i also want to apologize for the stupid, unnecessary and irrelevant comments from the two people below me.

  • mxteam44 Jul 11, 2008

    Trying to set up a home / away series? The kids might give them a run for their money!

  • parr4246 Jul 11, 2008

    maybe they can take the LAX team with them, too...............!!!