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Darrel Young, Washington Redskins #36, to host 7th Annual Celebrity Waiters Luncheon for Don Bosco Cristo Rey.

Darrel Young of the Washington Redskins

I am very excited and honored to partner with Don Bosco Cristo Rey... I am very pleased to help host the event and help raise funds for the school. -Darrel Young

Don Bosco Cristo Rey (DBCR) High School and Corporate Work Study Program is proud to announce that Darrel Young, #36 of the Washington Redskins, will host the 7th Annual Celebrity Waiters Luncheon, the school’s signature fundraising event on Thursday, May 9, in Chevy Chase, Maryland. In support of DBCR’s mission to educate and empower low-income youth, event proceeds will go toward student scholarships.

“I am very excited and honored to partner with Don Bosco Cristo Rey,” Young commented. “After visiting the school, I saw firsthand how great a school it is and how hard these students are working for their future. I am very pleased to help host the event and help raise funds for the school.”

Darrel Young (Fullback— #36), is a three-year veteran of the Washington Redskins, joining the team in 2010. In 2011, he was named the team’s starting fullback and also started in the 2012 season opener against the New Orleans Saints. At Villanova University, Young was a four-year starter with 244 total tackles.

As host of the event, Young joins a lineup of exciting celebrity waiters that include television and radio personalities, business executives, and local sports figures. Leon Harris, ABC-7, and Sue Palka, FOX 5, are emceeing the luncheon.

Tickets to the luncheon are available online at http://www.dbcr.org.

About Don Bosco Cristo Rey:
Don Bosco Cristo Rey students, like all students in the national Cristo Rey Network of college-prep schools, work in professional jobs one day per week to help pay for their education. For more information, visit http://www.dbcr.org or contact Emily Cerling, Assistant Director of Development & Communications, at ecerling(at)dbcr(dot)org.

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