ORHF: NBA Cares Week of Service “Salute to the Stars”

October 22, 2012 @ J&G Steakhouse, Washington, D.C.

Deborah and Kim were guests of the The Washington Wizards kick off the NBA Cares Week of Service with their annual ‘Salute to the Stars’ event to honor our service men and women on Monday, October 22, at 11:30 am at J&G Steakhouse at the W in Washington D.C.

The Washington Wizards are committed to the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and will focus on the following five pillars to maximize its impact on the community: education and scholarship, hunger and homelessness, military and veteran’s affairs, pediatric health and fitness and youth basketball & hockey.

Serving as celebrity waiters will be players John Wall, Bradley Beal, Emeka Okafor, Jordan Crawford and Shelvin Mack. Team broadcaster and Wizards Bullets alumni association member Phil Chenier, Assistant Coach Sam Cassell, Wizards Executive Vice President of Business Operations Greg Bibb and the Wizard Girls will also participate in the festivities.

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Photo Credit: Tim Hipps, IMCOM Pubic Affairs Washington Wizards guard Jordan Crawford, once best known as the college kid who dunked on LeBron James during a summer pick-up game, poses with Army retirees and wounded warriors Lt. Col. Deborah Snyder (left) and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Kim Young during "Salute to the Stars," a luncheon to honor America's bravest in Washington, D.C., Oct. 22, 2012. Snyder is the founder and president of Operation Renewed Hope Foundation, a program of veterans helping homeless veterans find housing.

SCAN0039Photo Credit: Tim Hipps, IMCOM Pubic Affairs 

Washington Wizards guard Jordan Crawford, once best known as the college kid who dunked on LeBron James during a summer pick-up game, poses with Army retirees and wounded warriors Lt. Col. Deborah Snyder (left) and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Kim Young during "Salute to the Stars," a luncheon to honor America's bravest in Washington, D.C., Oct. 22, 2012. Snyder is the founder and president of Operation Renewed Hope Foundation, a program of veterans helping homeless veterans find housing.