ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Braves Country Caravan made two stops in Atlanta on Wednesday, as part of their tour across the southeast.
Mackenzie Anderson, spokeswoman for the Braves, reported that some of the team spent Wednesday morning at City of Refuge on the city's west side. Players Brian McCann, Dan Uggla, Reed Johnson, Don Sutton, Jason Heyward, Paul Janish, Cory Gearrin and Frank Wren joined coaches to prepare meals for residents and students of the City of Refuge.
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The baseball club was helped out by the 180 Kitchen culinary program. Anderson said that the City of Refuge helps people in Atlanta who need life-saving resources and life-building tools.
The second stop for the Country Caravan is an autograph signing at the AT&T Store at Lenox Square in Buckhead. Anyone can have a free autograph from those players who attend, including McCann, Uggla, Johnson and Sutton.
The Braves players will be at Lenox Square on Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 - 4:00.
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