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MATT LINCOLN IN ORLANDO: Hokies put smiles on faces of sick kids

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KISSIMMEE, FL (WWBT) -

While Virginia Tech is in Orlando because of its performance on the football field, the bowl experience offers more than just action on the gridiron.  Wednesday several Hokies made their way to nearby Kissimmee, where they spend their day putting smiles on the faces of sick kids.

Members of the team spent the afternoon at Give Kids the World Village, playing games, dancing and participating in various activities with children who are battling a number of different diseases. 

Click on the above video to view Matt Lincoln's report from the event at Kissimmee.

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