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Pictures (Programs & Special Events)

2011 Summer Meals & Charm City Summer Literacy Challenge

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Packers Tailgate Tour 5/12/11

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UPCOMING: 2nd Annual "Cuts 4 Kids" Free HairCuts for Boys on 8/29/10

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Antonio (at right end -standing) is joined by other retired NFL players TJ Duckett (ATL Falcons), Damion McIntosh (Miami Dolphin/KC Chiefs), Eddie Kennison (KC Chiefs), and Jimmy Williams (Seattle Seahawks/SF 49ers).

Mother's Day 2010 - Photo Memories for Moms

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Antonio Freeman & his mom


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Rev. J.L. Carter & First Lady Cora Carter of The Ark Church with Antonio Freeman & Stacie Price of BmoreFree Programs Foundation


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Rev. Dr. J.L. Carter & 1st Lady Cora Carter of The Ark Church


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Rev. Dr. J.L. Carter & 1st Lady Cora Carter of The Ark Church


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Antonio Freeman (Chairman) & Stacie Price (Exec. Dir.) of BmoreFree Programs foundation


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Rev. J.L. Carter serenaded the mothers of Ark Church with a musical selection on his saxaphone :)


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The event venue...The Reginald F. Lewis Museum
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Both men who achieved success ---Reginald F. Lewis & Antonio Freeman both grew up in East Baltimore City and this quote
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Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman settles in to provide autographed pictures
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A young boy listens attentively and waits his turn to get autographs from Antonio Freeman and other pro athletes
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Retired Harlem Globetrotter Charles "Choo" Smith & Baltimore native participates in the autograph signing and supports F
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Retired MLB player / current MLB scout & Baltimore native, Greg Branch participates in the autograph signing and support
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Towson University's Sports Management & Mass Communications students attend the event
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Towson University's Sports Management & Mass Communications students attend the event
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Supporters and Fans get autographs from Freeman and other athletes.
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The Miller kids show off items that were autographed by Antonio Freeman
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Freeman writes personal message to a fan on autographed picture
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Jason Murphy (Baltimore Native & NFL Player) comes out to support Antonio Freeman's event
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Retired Harlem Globetrotter Charles "Choo" Smith signing autographs on photos
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A young man listens as Freeman answers his question
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The fellas sharing a moment before the sports trivia game begins --- Retired NFL players Antonio Freeman, Tommy Polley,
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The event attendees enjoy the fabulous food
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Stacie Price (Exec. Dir of BmoreFree Programs & CEO of Outside the Locker Room) welcomes the guests and share with them
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Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman welcomes guests and talks to them about BmoreFree Programs, his charitab
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The sports trivia game begins..... there are 4 rounds played; each related to a different sport
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Jeff Snow (Marketing Intern for Outside The Locker Room) serves as the announcer for the sports trivia game
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Jason Murphy ponders on a trivia question
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The trivia answer sheet of a guest as the game enters Round 3
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Jason Murphy smiles to himself as he feels he has the right answer to a question
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Top trivia scorers were awarded a gift bag with in-kind items from Bank of America, a gift card from Downtown LockerRoom
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Top trivia scorers were awarded a gift bag with in-kind items from Bank of America, a gift card from Downtown LockerRoom
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**The 1st Place winner also received a party gift certificate from Hooters**. Top trivia scorers were awarded a gift ba
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In appreciation of their support, Stacie Price prepares to present the professional athletes who supported Freeman's Bmo
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Antonio Freeman joins Stacie Price on stage they recognize the professional athletes in the room for their support
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Freeman is glad when Price advises him that he, himself, will also get a special bag with the imported wine
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Group Photo of Professional Athletes (from left to right): Jason Murphy (NFL), Charles Smith (Retired Harlem Globetrotte
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Antonio Freeman does closing thank you to supporters of BmoreFree Programs and the weekend's events (literacy challenge
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Attendees listen closely as Antonio Freeman shares with them the mission of BmoreFree Programs and why their support is
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Freeman smiles as he shares with the audience
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Freeman is presented with the "Dreamers of Change" portrait which includes Pres. Obama and other historical "change" mak
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Famous quote by Reginald F. Lewis!

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Announcement Flier for BmoreFree Programs' 1st Annual Charm City Literacy Challenge, held on 110609 at Dr. Bernard Harris Elem. School. *Partnering Org = Outside the Locker Room
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Featured Book that was given to all boys who participated in Antonio Freeman's !st Annual Charm City Literacy Challange
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Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman arrives at Dr. Bernard Harris Elem. School and is surprised to be welcom
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Antonio Freeman & his former 2nd grade teacher are captured by the photograher
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Former NFL player and current NFLPA Steering Committe Pres., Jean Fugett, arrives for the launch and brings a copy of hi
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Antonio Freeman is joined by other professional athletes from Baltimore who have joined him for the literacy launch by h
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A 3rd grade student stands and introduces himself to Antonio Freeman and the panel of professional athletes
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3rd grade boys raise their hands when prompted with the question of who likes to read
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A 3rd grade student is intrigued by the book and takes a sneak peak at the inside of the book given to all the students
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Reggie White (retired NFL player and Baltimore native) introduces himself to the boys and let's them know why reading is
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Greg Branch (retired MLB player, current MLB scout and Baltimore native) introduces himself to the boys and let's them k
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3rd grader who's eyes are set on the professional players at the head table
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Charles "Choo" Smith (retired Harlem Globetrotter and Baltimore native) introduces himself to the boys and let's them kn
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Boys in this unique all-male 3rd grade class at Dr. Bernard Harris Elem are intrigued by the the professional athletes,
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Antonio Freeman (retired NFL player, Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer and Baltimore native) introduces himself to the boy
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Antonio Freeman advises the boys that reading is important for everything in life! Whether the boys desire to be footbal
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A student is intrigued by the book's front cover.
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Keion Carpenter (retired NFL player and Baltimore native) introduces himself to the boys and shares his perspective of w
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Jean Fugett (retired NFL player and Baltimore native) introduces himself to the boys and shares with them a little about
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Tommy Polley (retired NFL player and Baltimore native) introduces himself to the boys and shares his perspective of why
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Antonio Freeman and his professional athlete friends take turns reading to the students from a chapter about Martin Luth
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Antonio Freeman reads to the students from the book, "Mama's Boyz-Home Schoolin'" by Jerry Craft
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A student follow alongs in his book as Freeman and the other professional athletes read the story out loud.
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During Q&A time, a 3rd grader stands to ask the panel of professional athletes a question.
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Freeman and friends share a laugh.
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The 3rd graders take advantage of this unique opportunity to ask Antonio Freeman and the other professional athletes que
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The 3rd graders take advantage of this unique opportunity to ask Antonio Freeman and the other professional athletes que
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The 3rd graders take advantage of this unique opportunity to ask Antonio Freeman and the other professional athletes que
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Keion Carpenter (retired NFL player) answers a student's question about teamwork.
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The 3rd graders take advantage of this unique opportunity to ask Antonio Freeman and the other professional athletes que
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Greg Branch (retired MLB player & current MLB scout) answers a student's question.
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Charles "Choo" Smith (retired Harlem Globetrotter) answers a student's question.
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Antonio Freeman (retired NFL player & Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer) answers a student's question about what do you do
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Jean Fugett (retired NFL player) answers a student's question and shares with the student's that he's been a professiona
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Mr. Harris (seated), teacher of the all-male 3rd grade class), and school principal Ms. McCaskill (in white shirt) obser
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Tommey Polley (retired NFL player) answers a student's question.
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Here a 3rd grade student personally receives his induction from Antonio Freeman. Each student was officially inducted i
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Literacy Launch group photo of the 3rd graders with their new books and from left to right in rear row: Mr. Harris (the
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Stacie Price, Exec. Dir. of BmoreFree Programs (Antonio Freeman's charitable foundation), and CEO/Dir. of Player Develop
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The 4th grade students listen attentively as Stacie Price welcomes them to Antonio Freeman's BmoreFree Programs' 1st Ann
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This student came prepared with for the literacy challenge launch -- his T-shirt confirms that "Readers Rule".
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Reggie White (retired NFL player) introduces himself to the 4th graders and let's them know the importance of being able
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A fourth grader follows along as Antonio Freeman and his professional athletes friends read a chapter about the importan
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Antonio Freeman and his professional athlete friends take turns reading from the book to the 4th graders.
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David Miller, Chief Acceleration Officer / Dir. of Sports Education of Outside the Locker Room observes the 4th grade li
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Antonio Freeman answers a question from a 4th grade student
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A 4th grade student raises his hand to ask a question to the professional athlete panel.
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Here a 4th grade student personally receives his induction from Antonio Freeman. Each student was officially inducted i
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Literacy Launch group photo of the 4th graders with their new books and from left to right in rear row: Reggie White (re
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David Miller of Outside the Locker Room passes out autographed photos of Antonio Freeman to the 4th graders as they prep
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The 5th graders have arrived and listen attentively to Antonio Freeman and his professional athlete friends as they intr
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The 5th graders follow along in the books that have been given to them as the professional athletes read aloud to them.
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Antonio Freeman reads to the 5th grade students participating in the literacy launch from a chapter in the selected book
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Antonio Freeman autographs pictures to be given out to the 5th grade students participating in his 1st Annual Charm City
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Charles "Choo" Smith (retired Harlem Globetrotter) talks to the 5th grade class about how special it is to have Antonio
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Tommy Polley (reitred NFL player) takes a turn to read from the selected book to the 5th grade class as they follow alon
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A 5th grade student personally receives his induction from Antonio Freeman. Each student was officially inducted into "
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Literacy Launch group photo of the 5th graders with their new books and from left to right in rear row: Reggie White (re
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Literacy Launch group photo of the 4th graders with their new books and from left to right in rear row: David Miller (Ou
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A group photo to celebrate the success of BmoreFree Programs' 1st Annual Charm City Literacy Challenge. Pictured from l

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Theo (owner of Theoz Barbershop) gives a young boy a free haircut
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Barber at Theoz makes sure young boy will look great for first day of school
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Barber at Theoz Barbershop giving free haircut to teenager
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Barber at Theoz Barbershop holds boy's head steady as he gives him free haircut
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One of the kids enjoys playing video games as he waits to be called for his haircut
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A moonbounce added extra fun for the kids after getting their hair cut
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A moonbounce provides added extra fun for the kids after getting their hair cut
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A moonbounce provides added extra fun for the kids after getting their hair cut
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92Q partnered with BmoreFree's Cuts4Kids at Theoz Barbershop
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92Q partnered with BmoreFree's Cuts4Kids at Theoz Barbershop
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the DJ spins the music onsite at Theoz Barbershop
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Quadre Washington (Pres. of Black Prof. Men) &Antonio Freeman. BPM was a partnering sponsor of BmoreFree's Cuts4Kids initiative.
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Theo (owner of Theoz Barbershop) makes sure this young boy's hair is perfect.
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Antonio Freeman with all of the barbers from Theoz Barbershop who provided free haircuts
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Antonio Freeman with all of the barbers from Theoz Barbershop who provided free haircuts
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Antonio Freeman & Stacie Price (Exec. Dir of BmoreFree Programs) with all of the barbers from Theoz Barbershop who provided free haircuts
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Ramsey, barber at Gold N' Shears barbershop, gives young boy a free haircut
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Parents & their kids wait for kids to be called for turn to get a free haircut at Gold N' Shears. Many kids were blessed with free haircuts for back to school.
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Joseph, barber at Gold N' Shears barbershop, gives young boy a free haircut
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Trina at Gold N Shears prepares to braid a young boy's hair into cornrows as he prepares for the first day of school.
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A barber at Gold N' Shears barbershop, gives young boy a free haircut
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Antonio Freeman, Lil' Black from 92Q, and 3 boys who received free hair cuts outside of Gold N' Shears

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PRESS RELEASE: NFL Great Antonio Freeman Partners with Baltimore's Summer Food Service Program

PRESS RELEASE - MAY 4, 2011 

NLF Great Antonio Freeman Partners with Baltimore's 2011 Summer Food Service Program

 

Today, Baltimore native and Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman joined Baltimore's Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, city and state officials, Maryland Hunger Solutions, and business partners to announce details about the 2011 Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). The program, which is administered by Baltimore Housing's Office of Community Services, will officially start on June 20th and will run though August 19th, 2011. Children ages 18 and under will receive a nutritional breakfast and lunch five days a week during the summer months when schools are closed.

 

Freeman's charitable foundation, B'MoreFree Programs is partnering with the Summer Food Service initiative to help promote the availability of free meals to children during the summer.  Additionally, B'MoreFree Programs will be implementing its Charm City Literacy Challenge at ten sites, throughout Baltimore City, that will be receive summer meals.

 **To read the full press release, go here http://bit.ly/BMF-PR-SummerMeals11

Freeman Selected to NFL Player Safety Advisory Panel

Retired NFL players Antonio Freeman, Patrick Kerney, Willie Lanier, Anthony Munoz, former coach Marty Schottenheimer and former general manager Ernie Accorsi join the NFL Player Safety Advisory Panel, which is co-chaired by John Madden & Ronnie Lott. Click HERE for more info.

Freeman & Other College Football Legends Bring Unforgettable Holdiay Cheer & Experience To US Troops In Iraq - Featured During Fiesta Bowl 2011 Halftime

Tostitos and the USO Highlight Unforgettable Football Experience with U.S. Troops in Iraq during Fiesta Bowl Halftime

 

Click HERE to get full press release details.

PRESS RELEASE: BMOREFREE PROGRAMS & PARTNERS LAUNCH 2ND ANNUAL "CUTS 4 KIDS"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
BMOREFREE PROGRAMS & PARTNERS LAUNCH 2ND ANNUAL "CUTS 4 KIDS"
FREE BACK-TO-SCHOOL HAIRCUTS FOR BOYS
 
(Baltimore, MD) August 14, 2010:  BmoreFree Programs, Inc., the charitable foundation of retired Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman, is hosting the 2nd Annual Cuts 4 Kids program which will offer free, back-to-school haircuts to 200 boys from families in need on Sunday, August 29, 2010 in Baltimore, MD.  The Cuts 4 Kids program is being offered as a collaborative partnership with the Dale Talley-Branch Foundation, the Raising Him Alone Campaign, and Outside Locker Room.  As Chairman of BmoreFree Programs, Antonio Freeman states, "BmoreFree Programs and our partners understand the value of providing a young boy with a fresh hair-cut to boost a boy's self-confidence as the new school year starts. It's well known that a well-groomed person feels good about themselves and we want to give young boys an opportunity to look and feel good about themselves as they enter school on the first day. In today's economic times, we want to be a blessing to families in " 
 
The free hair cuts will be provided by barbers at the following three participating barbershops on August 29th to families who have secured vouchers for the free hair cuts: Golden Shears located at 2420 E. Monument Street, Radiant Cuts Barbershop at 12-25 E. North Avenue, and Arthur Green at 1400 N. Luzerne Ave, Baltimore, MD; and on Sept. 5th, Theoz Barbershop will participate in BmoreFree Program's Cuts 4 Kids program as well.
 
Families in need can secure a voucher for a free hair cut for a young boy age 5 - 16 yrs old from BmoreFree Programs on Sat., August 21st from 1pm - 4pm at the Ark Church, located at 1263 E. North Avenue in Baltimore. Families in need are being identified via BmoreFree Programs' partnership with Dr. Bernard Harris Elementary School where BmoreFree Programs operates the Charm City Literacy Challenge program at the school for seventy 3rd, 4th and 5th grade boys.  Partnering organization, The Raising Him Alone Campaign which was co-founded by David Miller of Baltimore-based Urban Leadership Institute, conducts parental workshops at the same school and has committed to adopting a group of 4th grade boys of single mothers and providing the boys with monthly workshops on various topics.  Miller shares, "Our African-American boys are in great need of support to navigate the road of school and life in general successfully, and we are excited to be partnering with BmoreFree Programs for the Cut4 Kids Program to help the boys start the school year off knowing that there are African-American men who care about them ."  Additionally, The Ark Church, which is led by Rev. Dr. J. L. Carter and First Lady Cora Carter, will assist in identifying families in need from its congregation and the community who have sons who would benefit from the free hair cuts being provided by BmoreFree Programs and its partners.
 
BmoreFree Programs acknowledges that this year's Cuts 4 Kids program was empowered to a new level through its partnership with the Dale Talley Branch Foundation, which is led by Greg Branch -- a former Major League Baseball (MLB) and current professional baseball scout. Branch, who proudly supports youth in Baltimore, noted, "To some people, getting a haircut is just a normal way of life, but for families in need, a free haircut for their son will enable them to use money for some other school or household need. The small things really do matter."  As a result of the collaborative effort between the two organizations, each boy who receives a free hair cut will also receive a free drawstring bookbag with school supplies. The bookbags will be extra special for the boys, as each is imprinted with the names of both foundations, the autographs of both retired professional athletes (Antonio Freeman and Greg Branch), and the inspirational message "Education Starts at Home".
 
* To learn more about Antonio Freeman's foundation, BmoreFree Programs, visit www.TheAntonioFreeman86.com
* To learn more about the Dale Talley Branch Foundation, contact www.daletalleybranch.com
* To learn more about the Raising Him Alone Campaign, visit www.raisinghimalone.com
* To learn more about the Urban Leadership Institute, visit www.urbanyouth.org
* To learn more about Outside the Locker Room, visit www.otlockerroom.com
 
FOR MORE INFO, contact Stacie Price bmorefreeprograms86@gmail.com or 443.622.5472 .
 
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Stacie L. Price
Executive Director
BmoreFree Programs, Inc.
E: bmorefreeprograms86@gmail.com
 
CEO/Dir. of Player Development
Outside The LockerRoom
P: 443-622-5472

Cast Your Vote for BmoreFree Programs - Help Us Win a $10,000 Power A Bright Future grant from Clorox!

We submitted an application to Clorox's "Power A Brighter Future" grant contest for BmoreFree Program's Charm City Literacy Challenge which encourages young African-American boys to read, and we were notified that we have been selected as one of the 50 finalists out of over 4,000 applicants to have the chance to win a $10,000 grant from Clorox.

We are the only finalist that is from the state of Maryland --- please show your support for this worthy program by casting your vote: http://apps.facebook.com/brightfuture/causes/4416_bmorefree-programs

*You can cast 1 vote daily from now until Jan. 17, 2010

*Please forward this e-mail to people in your network, post the link & a message to your Facebook page, to your blog, to Twitter, etc.

E-mail bmorefreeprograms86@gmail.com  for more info on Freeman's non-profit.


Thanks in advance for your support!!! - Stacie Price (Exec. Dir. of BmoreFree)

Students Challenged to Read 35 Books by May 2010

Our launch of BmoreFree Programs' 1st Annual Charm City Literacy Challenge at Dr. Bernard Harris Elementary School on 11/6/09, in partnership with Outside the Locker Room, was a huge success. Seventy (70) African-American boys in grades 3rd through 5th grade participated in the launch which challenges the boys to read 35 books between Nov. 2009 and May 2010 (which breaks down to 5 books per month).

The boys were excited to be selected by their principal, Ms. McCaskill, and their teachers to participate in the launch. Additionally, the opportunity to meet Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman and other professional athletes from Baltimore who supported Freeman's literacy challenge launch was beyond the students' dreams.  To top it off, each student received a copy of the first book to read as part of the challenge, Mama's Boyz - Home Schoolin' by award winning author and illustrator Jerry Craft, and each student also was officially inducted into Antonio's A-List and received an autographed picture of Antonio Freeman.

What a powerful day!! The professional athletes enjoyed the book and the time spent with the students as much as the students did. To have positive African-American men from Baltimore, like Antonio Freeman, and his professional athlete friends from Baltimore to take time to sow into the lives of the young boys is awesome. Be sure to check out the photo album from the event above to see how the day unfolded and all of the professional athletes who attended and supported BmoreFree Program's literacy challenge.

For some, the launch and participating in this literacy challenge will be a game-changer for their attitude toward reading, and also possible a life-changing experience for many. As Freeman advised the the students, reading is needed for everything in life!!


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Tostitos® Connect To Home Bowl - Football Game Highlights
On Dec 21, Tostitos®, the USO and eleven college football greats joined our troops to play a flag-football game in Iraq. Our troops came together for a great day of tailgating, a pep rally and a game that was won in a last second Hail Mary catch.

Tostitos® Connect to Home Bowl - Celebrity Reflections
What can you say after playing a flag-football game with our troops on the front line? Some say it was the experience of a lifetime. The game came down to the last second, but for these all-stars, the best part was just being there.

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BMoreFree Chairman & Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman gets a feel of the intense military drills that our US troops do to be prepared for battle in Iraq. *Watch this video : ) Visit www.TheAntonioFreeman86.com for more info on foundation.

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Green Bay Packers Hall of Famer Antonio Freeman, former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim Miller, NBA referee Bob Delaney, and "Sports By-Line" sports radio host Ron Barr have dinner with selected US soldiers and a US General who is presented with a gift from Dick Vitale. Visit www.TheAntonioFreeman86.com for more info on foundation.

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