Marwan Hage is certainly a great ambassador for the CFL and the Tiger-Cats these days 8)
Nice work !!!
Here's another great article in the Moncton paper describing his trip there this week:
Marwan Hage leverages his all-star status to help disadvantaged Metro Monctonians
By James Foster
Times & Transcript Staff
Hamilton Tiger-Cats offensive lineman Marwan Hage brought his Hage's Heroes food drive campaign to Moncton yesterday, dropping off boxes of food and personal hygiene items at the Open Hands Food Bank, 19 Mark Ave., and Food Depot Alimentaire, 330 MacNaughton Ave. The program is supported by Speroway, an international non-profit relief organization. The Ticats will be the home team in this fall's CFL game in Moncton. Here, Marwan chats with manager of the Open Hands Food Bank, Betty Surrett.
Marwan Hage was so impressed with Brett McKinley, who was off school yesterday and went with his grandfather to do work for the Albert County Food Bank, that McKinley was named a member of Hage's Heroes.
"But there's another spinoff," says Dale Hicks, president of Food Depot Alimentaire.
"We've been able to help hundreds upon hundreds of families, thanks to these games."
Hicks's assertion was particularly evident yesterday when all-star Hamilton Tiger-Cats - or is that Moncton Tiger-Cats? - offensive linebacker Marwan Hage showed up bearing gifts: enough food boxes and crates of personal hygiene products to benefit 400 disadvantaged families in southeastern New Brunswick.
Hage's initiative, known as Hage's Heroes, has seen more than 4,000 such boxes distributed to struggling families in CFL cities across Canada .........
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