St. Louis selected for volunteer award


Long snapper Brad St. Louis has been selected as the Bengals team winner of the President's Volunteer Service Award.

Hope Taft of the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation will present the award to St. Louis, and a video of the presentation will be shown on the stadium video boards during pregame of the Bengals game against Baltimore this Sunday.


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The award, which includes a congratulatory letter from President George W. Bush, honors players who contribute to their community by encouraging kids to stay active and healthy.

St. Louis and his wife, Michelle, have created the Brad St. Louis Foundation to bring awareness to childhood obesity. The Foundation works to promote healthy eating and living in homes, schools and camps. Last summer, more than 300 people had the opportunity to join Brad, other Bengals players and head coach Marvin Lewis for the Brad St. Louis Sportsfest in West Chester, Ohio. The Sportsfest included a free kids football camp, 5K and 3K races, and a dog walk.

St. Louis is a ninth-year Bengals veteran. He leads the current roster in Bengals career games played (133).  
 

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