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Steam players to attend ‘No Place for Hate’ awards ceremony at KSU

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Members of the Atlanta Steam will be at Kennesaw State University on Sunday to attend the “No Place for Hate” awards ceremony, an anti-bullying program, to show their support. The ceremony will begin at 4:00 p.m. and is expected to be about two hours. The second edition of the Steam, Atlanta’s Legends Football League franchise, opens the 2014 season on the road next Saturday night against the Toledo Crush.

Steam players Dakota Hughes and Holly Oakes currently attend KSU, and Vynessa Smith is an alumnus, so the team is excited for the opportunity to talk to college students about the league and the coming season.

Related: Steam with new head coach, new starting QB

The players will have info on where to get your tickets for the June 7 home-opener at The Arena at Gwinnett Center against the Omaha Heart. The game promises to be a very physical rematch of last season’s contest.

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