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Ducks to Host Orange County Ronald McDonald House Night

by Staff Writer / Anaheim Ducks

On Wednesday, as the Anaheim Ducks take on the Detroit Red Wings, the Ducks organization will be holding Orange County Ronald McDonald House (OCRMH) Night at Honda Center. 

The game night will recognize OCRMH for their commitment to the community and help raise awareness for the upcoming Walk for Kids, a 5K (3.1 mile) walk which will be held on Sunday, April 11th, at Honda Center to raise funds for the services and programs provided by the Ronald McDonald House. The inaugural Walk for Kids will be a fun-filled day perfect for families, companies, schools, churches, individuals and anyone who is interested in supporting the children and families of the Ronald McDonald House.

The evening will honor OCRMH Board of Trustee, Isabelle Villasenor with the Anaheim Ducks Community Hero Award for her dedicated service to the cause. In addition, OCRMH will be selling Walk for Kids paper feet for $1 at Section 212 with all proceeds benefiting OCRMH.  Fans that purchase a Walk for Kids paper foot will be entered to win a 2009-10 Anaheim Ducks Team Autographed Jersey.  Winner need not be present to win. Don’t miss your chance to win an amazing piece of Ducks memorabilia while supporting a wonderful charity!

The Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Room programs provide a sanctuary near or in children’s hospitals in Orange County for children and their families. Since 1989, more than 10,000 families from all over California, the U.S. and other countries, have found a comfortable place to stay for several hours, days, weeks, months, and in some cases, over a year. The more restful environment of a Ronald McDonald House or Ronald McDonald Family Room rejuvenates family members, which helps them to better care for and assist their children during treatment.

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