Chiefs defensive linemen read to local three and four year-olds at The Children's Place of Kansas City, the beneficiary of the Chiefs Charity preseason game for the second year in a row.
Chiefs President Mark Donovan, linebacker Justin March, and Chiefs ambassador Dave Lindstrom along with other members of the Chiefs organization, visited local schools to celebrate Read Across America.
The 101 Awards Committee announces their selection of the 2016 recipients for this year's awards which include Chiefs Head Coach, Andy Reid.
The Chiefs Community Caring Team visited McQuerry Elementary for a Chiefs Kingdom Spirit Assembly. Throughout the year, these Chiefs Kingdom Spirit visits allow the organization to spread the messages of living a healthy lifestyle, staying fit, encouraging active schoolwork habits and to recognize students’ fandom for the Chiefs in a fun way. The Chiefs Play 60 Team allowed students to take on KC Wolf in agility drill competitions, answering Chiefs trivia questions and attempting brain teasers. In addition, all students received a Chiefs Kingdom limited edition playoff flag at the assembly.
The Chiefs offensive linemen hosted a Play60 Tuesday at Arrowhead Stadium, helping the girls learn about health and fitness, as well as earn themselves a patch.