BEREA, Ohio - The Cleveland Browns are hosting nearly 900 Special Olympic athletes and coaches from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District in the Casey Coleman Field House on Tuesday.
The athletes for this annual event will represent 25 schools from the CMSD.
Guests will have the opportunity to get active through a variety of Play 60 stations including football drills, exercise prize wheels, dance areas and other activities.
Browns alumni will be on site to meet the guests and sign autographs while a tailgate-style lunch will be served in the cafeteria courtesy of the Cleveland Touchdown Club.
The event is made possible in part with the Doug Dieken Foundation. Milk for the event was donated by the American Dairy Association Mideast and Aquafina water was donated by Pepsi Beverages Company. The Cleveland Browns Play 60 program is in association with Cleveland Clinic, Medical Mutual and the American Dairy Association Mideast and Fuel Up to Play 60.
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