Twin UK  players  Aaron, left, and Andrew Harrison posed with 5-year-old twin  kindergarten students Avery, left, and Riley  Hutchison while helping to deliver food-filled backpacks to Picadome Elementary School on Monday.
Twin UK players Aaron, left, and Andrew Harrison posed with 5-year-old twin kindergarten students Avery, left, and Riley Hutchison while helping to deliver food-filled backpacks to Picadome Elementary School on Monday. Herald-Leader
Twin UK players Aaron, left, and Andrew Harrison posed with 5-year-old twin kindergarten students Avery, left, and Riley Hutchison while helping to deliver food-filled backpacks to Picadome Elementary School on Monday. Herald-Leader

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