COLTS VOLUNTEER WITH STUDENTS, SENIORS

Colts players spent this Community Tuesday at Joyce Kilmer School #69 and John H. Boner Community Center.

INDIANAPOLIS – On Tuesday, October 25, Colts players revisited Joyce Kilmer School #69 to add the finishing touches to a Colts-themed playground that was built earlier this year by nearly 200 volunteers.  Colts TE Dedrick Epps and OT Mike Tepper spent their morning repainting a map of the United States on the playground blacktop and speaking with the students of Joyce Kilmer School #69 about geography and the importance of education.

Later that afternoon, the Colts continued their "Community Tuesday" at the John H. Boner Community Center to join a group of 25 senior citizens in a game of BINGO. During the event, Colts DB Mike Holmes called out the lucky numbers and passed out Colts themed prizes to all of the winners.

About Community Tuesdays:

During the regular NFL season, Tuesday is the only day off players receive.  As a result, the Colts utilize every Tuesday to engage their players in various charitable events and programs throughout Central Indiana.  From schools and hospital visits to blood drives and holiday outreach, Colts players participate in a wide variety of "Community Tuesday" activities throughout the season.  Community Tuesdays are proudly supported by WTHR Channel 13. For more information on all of the Colts outreach efforts, visit www.colts.com/community.

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