Seahawk Russell Okung makes Renton appearance to promote summer lunch program | SLIDESHOW

Okung signed autographs and posed for pictures July 15 at Heritage Park.

  • Thursday, July 17, 2014 7:22pm
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Seahawks tackle Russell Okung signed autographs Tuesday at Heritage Park during an appearance to promote the summer lunch program.

Seahawks tackle Russell Okung signed autographs, handed out lunches and played around with the kids a little bit Tuesday during an appearance at Heritage Park in Renton.

Okung was in Renton to promote the summer lunch program, presented by the City and the Renton School District.

This year, the program, which runs through mid-August, has added four new sites, bringing the total to 19 locations. Lunches are available free of charge to all children, regardless of where they live or income level, however lunches must be eaten in the park.

For more information on times and locations of the summer lunch program, click here.

Photos by Brian Beckley

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