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Muhammad Wilkerson to be helping Families and Signing Autographs for Fans in Linden Area

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Muhammad Wilkerson to be helping Families and Signing Autographs for Fans in Linden Area Credits: Radegen Sports Management
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LINDEN, NJ - Professional football player, Muhammad Wilkerson, a member of New York’s Jets and a Linden native, will be at the Chevy's in Linden for a meet and greet with fans on Tues., Nov. 29,  from 7 p.m. to  8 p.m.      

Wilkerson will greet guests, sign autographs and pose for photos with fans, and will also be available for onsite interviews to discuss his T.E.A.M. 96 Foundation and its work in the local community. You must bring your own camera and memorabilia to be signed. Limit of one item per guest.

Wilkerson and his T.E.A.M. 96 Foundation, is a non-profit organization, is dedicated to providing a wide range of assistance and encouragement to high school student athletes with the vision of creating well rounded, higher education-seeking, motivated, law-abiding citizens willing to give back to their communities. 

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T.E.A.M. 96’s goal is to encourage and provide a variety of assistance to college-bound student athletes in the 12th grade, both male and female, from four neighboring Union County high schools in Linden, Roselle, Rahway and Elizabeth.

Wilkerson will also be hosting a Thanksgiving Food giveaway on Tues., Nov. 22, at the Linden PAL Building  located at 400 Maple Ave. Linden.

The foundation plans to giveaway turkeys and full dinner ingredients to 200 families from the area. 

 

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