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Seniors Day draws many from area to Chiefs camp

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RIVER FALLs - Seniors Day took place on Monday at the Ramer Field Sports Complex at UW-River Falls during the Kansas City Chiefs Summer Training Camp's 19th practice. There were 77 senior citizens in attendance, setting a record high for Seniors' Day. Seniors came from all over including River Falls, Stillwater, Minn., Woodbury, Minn., and Ellsworth, Wis.

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Seniors took over the majority of the bleachers on the east end of the practice fields. They were able to watch the morning practice while enjoying a Kansas City Chiefs Summer Training Camp seat cushion, a Camp Journal, coffee, cookies and candy!

Right before practice ended, there was a raffle drawing with Dairy Queen treat coupons from the River Falls Dairy Queen and movie passes to the Falls Theater in town. There were a total of 20 prizes raffled off.

A special thank you goes out to all that donated prizes and volunteered their time to make this event a success. Thank you to the River Falls Dairy Queen and the Falls Theater in River Falls, Ryan Wenberg (14) from Hammond, Wis., and Meghan Zillmer (12) of River Falls.

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