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Indians players, wives help with shopping spree for OhioGuidestone students


We are so grateful to Meijer and the Cleveland Indians for making this day possible! Children and families in our Recovery 360° program were able to shop with Brad Hand, Jason Kipnis, Dan Otero, Adam Cimber, Kevin Plawecki, Nick Wittgren, Mike Freeman and Corey Kluber and their wives. Each family received a $100 gift card from Meijer and spent time shopping and talking with their favorite players. We are so blessed to have had this opportunity for our families!
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