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Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks Legend Walter Jones To Host 'Kick Hunger Challenge' Auction And Dinner

Seahawks Legend Walter Jones and Chef John Howie will host the “Kick Hunger Challenge,” a competition with all 32 NFL teams benefiting local food banks.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's out there for today — Thursday, January 4 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Kick Hunger Challenge

Seahawks Legend Walter Jones and Seattle Chef John Howie have partnered to host the “Kick Hunger Challenge,” a competition with all 32 NFL teams benefiting local food banks. The event features fun food and auction items such as Seahawks memorabilia, wine, spirits and restaurant gift certificates throughout the city, with all of the auction proceeds going directly to Food Lifeline. 

Chef Howie and another former Seahawk, Craig Terrill, have raised $525, 000 for the Kick Hunger Challenge in the past five seasons, winning the league-wide challenge three times. 

The Kick Hunger Challenge is set to take place this year at SPORT Restaurant & Bar in Seattle on Wednesday, January 10 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. Tickets for the event are $75 per person and 100 percent of ticket sales will also go directly to Food Lifeline. 

Social Post Of The Day 

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from The Players' Tribune, who shared this funny video of Cliff Avril talking discussing what he thought of Richard Sherman before the two became teammates in 2013: 

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The fifth annual 'Kick Hunger Challenge' dinner and auction event was held on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at Seattle's SPORT restaurant, where Seahawks Legends teamed with chef John Howie to provide a night of entertainment in support of Food Lifelife, which aims to end hunger in Western Washington.

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