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Fairley, teammates to host 3rd Annual "Lions Den Dinner"

Posted Nov 12, 2013

The Detroit Lions’ Nick Fairley along with Andre Fluellen and CJ Mosley will be teaming up with Covenant House Michigan for the 3rd Annual “Lions Den Dinner” a special Pre-Thanksgiving event for their residents.

DETROIT, Nov. 12 -  The Detroit Lions’  Nick Fairley  along with Andre Fluellen and CJ Mosley will be teaming up with Covenant House Michigan for the 3rd  Annual “Lions Den Dinner” a special Pre-Thanksgiving event for their residents. The private dinner will take place at Covenant House Michigan, located at 2959 Martin Luther King Blvd, on Nov. 18, 2013 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

“I look forward to this event every year ” said Fairley, defensive tackle. “ I get an opportunity to interact with these kids on a one-on-one basis, which is exciting for them but so rewarding for me.” Fairley, Fluellen, and Mosley will be joined by other Lions teammates who will help serve food to the residents of Covenant House as well as spend quality time approximately 75 homeless young adults who reside there.

The Lions Den Dinner will be provided by popular Detroit restaurant Starters Bar & Grill (4501 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI).

For media or donation inquiries please contact Royda Urey at rurey@valiantpublicrelations.com.

About Covenant House Michigan

Covenant House Michigan helps thousands of homeless and at-risk young people every year. In addition to food and shelter, Covenant House provides job development services and crisis intervention to its residents and other young people. The agency operates an outreach van that drives through metro Detroit-area neighborhoods and offers on the spot assistance to homeless and other needy youth. Through a partnership with the Detroit Public School, Covenant House Michigan operates three second chance high schools, Covenant House Academies, to offer dropouts and at-risk youth the opportunity to obtain a high school diploma. Over 900 youth are enrolled each year. For more information on Covenant House Michigan, call (313) 463-2000 or log on to www.covenanthousemi.org.

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