Saints player visited local kindergartens

From staff and wire reports
June 03, 2010 at 9:15 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Saints player visited local kindergartens
Zack Strief visited Boutte Christian Academy as part of the school’s Student Appreciation Week.

He talked to the students about the importance of education and going to college. One fact he noted was that to become a New Orleans Saints player, you must first attend college.


Strief was invited by kindergarten teachers Katina Pierre and Valerie Dean. One of Pierre’s students is Strief’s niece, Aubrey. She was very excited to have her famous uncle at her school.


Strief spent about 45 minutes with the students playing games, signing autographs, taking pictures and answering all sorts of questions.




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