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Honor the Blue Devils with Moe's and the Parade of Heroes

From Chenango Forks:

The Chenango Forks Blue Devils are being honored for their 2013 NYSPHSAA football championship Saturday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m.

"We're a part of the family here at Moe's," said Larry Wilson, local franchise owner of Moe's Southwest Grill. "We want to join in with the entire community in celebrating the success of our Blue Devils team."

The parade starts at 2 p.m. Saturday at Chenango Forks high school and works its way through the neighborhood surrounding the building. Immediately following the end of the parade fans will head to Moe's and Hoopla. The community is invited to a meet-and-greet at Moe's and Hoopla Frozen Yogurt.

Get loud and proud with Moe’s and Hoopla at the after party, which includes appearances by celebrity burrito rollers - Coach Hogan and some of the players will be trying their hand at rolling burritos. The community will also have a chance to meet with the coaches and team. Autographs will be signed, fun will be had and burritos will be served by the score – 300 vouchers for food, drink and yogurt have been distributed to the Chenango Forks football organization for the event.

There will also be prize giveaways at both Hoopla and Moe's for the most school-spirited fans. Come compete for super fan status!

Moe's Southwest Grill and Hoopla Frozen Yogurt are locally owned and operated.

"To give back to our community is part of our corporate culture," said Scott Searles. "Chenango Forks high school helped us celebrate the opening of the first Hoopla and the Front Street Moe's in August, and we are excited to be able to celebrate their success with them this weekend."

On the evening of Sunday December 1st, Moe’s Southwest Grill also fed the Maine – Endwell football team and over 400 people for free in celebration of Maine - Endwell’s 3rd consecutive State championship.
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