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Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton spent several hours on his off day Sunday giving high-fives, signing autographs and posing for photographs for children at Kings Island.
Dalton and his wife, Jj, have hosted the “King for a Day” event at Kings Island for the past five years. The event is one of several put on by the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation, which helps families in the Greater Cincinnati area with children who are ill or have special needs.
This year, approximately 50 families attended the event. The “King for a Day” program provides these families with park admission, Fast Lane passes, a “King for a Day” t-shirt, souvenir cup and lunch with the Daltons in the International Restaurant.
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