NFL players to visit Seattle Lutheran HS for fundraiser on Sept. 5

Information from Jeanne Flohr with Seattle Lutheran High School, located at 4141 41st Ave. S.W. in West Seattle:

Seattle Lutheran High School welcomes football players Orlando Huff, Greg Lewis and Mario Bailey to address student athletes, parents and friends about the importance of teamwork, training and faith in the development of student athletes.

Two former Huskies and a former Seahawk will speak at Seattle Lutheran High School’s Football dinner Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 6:00 pm in the SLHS Menashe Gymnasium. The dinner is a fundraiser for the Football and Cheer programs at SLHS.

SLHS Football Head Coach, Jeff Scott, invites you to celebrate the new football season at our annual Pasta Dinner Fundraiser for our football and cheer programs. We are excited about our upcoming football season and invite you to be a part of it. Go Saints!!!

Mario Bailey is a retired NFL wide receiver and the all-time reception leader in NFL Europe. He played for the Frankfurt Galaxy from 1995 through 2000. Originally drafted by the Houston Oilers in the 1992 NFL draft, he also coached football at Franklin High School in Seattle. Bailey had a record-breaking career playing for the University of Washington from 1989 to 1991, and played a key role on the 1991 Washington National Championship team. Bailey holds the Husky records for touchdowns in a season (18), career (30) and shares the record with others for touchdowns in a game.

Orlando Huff, former NFL linebacker, played college football at Fresno State. Huff played with the Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, and New York Sentinels.

Greg Lewis, inaugural winner of the Doak Walker Award given to college football's most outstanding running back, is a former NFL running back. Lewis was an All-American and Pac-10 offensive player of the year in 1990 at the University of Washington.

Emcee is Jenni Hogan, Emmy Award winning journalist and entrepreneur. She is passionate about inspiring others to embrace the power of social media to impact people in a positive way. Jenni has worked as an anchor at King 5 News for over 10 years.

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