NFL Player Donates To High School

Jonathan Weiser, Reporter

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Le’Veon Bell the Pittsburgh Steelers running back donated $750,000 to the high school he went to. He gave them the money to install a turf field on the team’s football field. The Superintendent said that Le’Veon and his mother have both gave credit to many people at the high school most to the football coach for helping him in his high school years. The school will rename the stadium to “Le’Veon Bell Field” in the honor of him.

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