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Saints players honored on the coast tonight

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BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - Tonight, the mayors of Gulfport, Biloxi and Ocean Springs will make a special presentation to a couple of New Orleans Saints players at the Beau Rivage.

Mayor George Schloegel, Mayor AJ Holloway and Mayor Connie Moran will present a special token of appreciation to Saints wide receiver Devery Henderson and tight end David Thomas during the Lynn Meadows Discovery Center's WINGS performance of Dreams.

No word yet what's being presented to the players or whether they'll have a part in the show.

More than 100 children are in the program at the Beau Rivage Theatre.

If you'd like to see the players and scores of talented young people from the coast, DREAMS begins at 7pm Thursday night. For tickets go to www.lmdc.org or call (228) 897-6039.

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