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NFL Films to film the 75th Annual Save-an-Eye Game

<span lang="en-US"><font color="black" face="Tahoma" size="2"><span style="font-size:10pt;" dir="ltr"><font face="Times New Roman" size="2"><span style="font-size:16px;"><font face="Calibri,sans-serif" size="2"><span style="font-size:11pt;"><font size="4"><span style="font-size:14pt;"><strong>The Erie Lions Club Save an Eye Game is proud to announce as part of the anniversary celebration of the 75th Playing of the Save an Eye Game that NFL Films will be on the field for this historic night.</strong></span></font></span></font></span></font></span></font></span>
NFL Films: The Most Honored Filmmaker in Sports to film the 75th Annual Save an Eye Game.
 
The Erie Lions Club Save an Eye Game is proud to announce as part of the anniversary celebration of the 75th Playing of the Save an Eye Game that NFL Films will be on the field for this historic Night.
 
NFL Films: The Most Honored Filmmaker in Sports will be in Erie to document this historic game with a full Game day crew. As part of this special evening, many past players, coaches and officials will be on the field at halftime to recognize their participation in this legendary game. Save an Eye alumnus Brian Milne Class of 1991 will be honored for his historic game in the summer of 1991.
 
The Erie Lions Club celebrates the 75th anniversary of our Save an Eye All-Star Football Game. The game is one of the oldest high school charity football games in the country, and one of the highest attended local sporting events of the year.
 
The game is dedicated to providing eye care to needy children throughout Erie County and supporting services for the visually impaired. Since the beginning of our game we have provided the equivalent of $3,000,000 worth of eye care to over 17,000 needy children. 
 
Advance tickets are available at all branches of Northwest Savings Bank.
 
For more information please contact Doug White at 814-218-6036 or dwhitefamily@verizon.net.
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