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Titans Help at "Mission Possible" Turkey Fry

Posted Nov 21, 2012

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans players Jordan Babineaux, Rob Bironas, Ryan Mouton and Nate Washington teamed with Titans cheerleaders as part of Tracy Lawrence’s effort to benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission.

This year marked the Seventh Annual “Mission Possible” Turkey Fry hosted by Lawrence.

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Turkey fryers lined the Nashville Rescue Mission parking lot yesterday as more than 500 turkeys thawed in preparation for a hot oil bath. Titans players and cheerleaders joined in the turkey fry by offering assistance with the cooking process in addition to interacting with other volunteers at the event.

Once thoroughly cooked, each turkey was portioned and prepared to serve to the homeless and hungry in Middle Tennessee this Thanksgiving.

In the spirit of the holiday season, attending Titans players made a personal donation to help feed those served by Nashville Rescue Mission on Thanksgiving Day. The donations will translate into an estimated 1,665 meals for people in need this Thanksgiving.

Since the debut of his “Mission Possible” Turkey Fry in 2006, Lawrence and his associates have donated close to 6,000 turkeys, an estimated 35,000 meals and raised more than $100,000 for the Nashville Rescue Mission.

The event was a continuation of a busy month for Bironas, who worked his second charity event in the past week. Bironas co-chaired the “Chair-ish The Night” event with Vince Gill earlier in November, benefitting STARs (Students Taking A Right Stand). The event serves schools and communities by providing prevention, intervention, and treatment services, addressing bullying, substance abuse, violence, and social and emotional barriers to success.

For more information about STARs please visit http://www.studentstakingarightstand.org/

About the Nashville Rescue Mission 

The Nashville Rescue Mission seeks to help the hurting of Middle Tennessee by offering food, clothing and shelter to the homeless and recovery programs to those enslaved in life degrading problems. In 1954 the Nashville Rescue Mission opened its doors to the homeless and hurting in the community. Today, there is now a Men’s Campus on the corner of 7th and Lafayette Street and a Women’s Campus on Rosa L. Parks Boulevard. Donated foods, materials and the generous contributions from individual donors are The Nashville Rescue Mission’s lone sources of operation. The Nashville Rescue Mission’s goal is to help people know the saving grace of Jesus, and through Him, gain wisdom for living, find fulfillment in life and become a positive part of their community.

For more information on The Nashville Rescue Mission visit www.nashvillerescuemission.org

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