Dana Stubblefield visits Valley students with disabilities
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Longtime San Francisco 49er and former NFL Defensive Player of the Year Dana Stubblefield brightened the day for Valley students with disabilities.
Stubblefield stopped by the Diamond Learning Center in Northwest Fresno to eat lunch with students and tour the facility. The organization educates and empowers the developmentally disabled. In fact, Stubblefield has a band from the DLC that performs every summer at his Down Syndrome camp for the stars.
He told Action News he was impressed with what he saw Wednesday and is excited to come back to the Valley.
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