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Fanene brings 50 kids to Bengals Game

Chris Tevis-  email

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -Cincinnati Bengals Defensive End, Jonathan Fanene treated 50 area youth to their first Bengal's game.  This past Sunday, Jonathan Fanene and his wife Lori purchased tickets for 50 youth to come and enjoy their first Bengals game at Paul Brown Stadium.

"Jonathan has always been a person with a big heart."  commented John Keuffer, Jonathan's friends and Marketing Agent.  "He called and said he wanted to do something nice for kids for the holidays and decided to purchase 50 tickets for the Bengal's versus the Browns game."  Mr. Keuffer continued.

Despite cold, windy and wet conditions, the youth all had a great time cheering on the Bengal's to their comeback victory.  Many of the kids where just as happy to cheer on their new friend Jonathan Fanene.  Youth came from such organizations as Teen Response, St. John's, Sojourner Recovery and many other area programs.

For more information on Jonathan and his charitable work with Teen Response; please visit www.teenresponse.org/home or call John Keuffer 513-235-0529.

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