BUDDY TO BE HONORED AS A "JEWELL" OF A DAD

Buddy Jewell will be honored along with three other high-profile dads as a 2005 Fatherhood Award recipient tonight at a VIP reception and dinner in Washington, D.C. The annual award is presented by the National Fatherhood Initiative and honors "individuals, corporations and organizations that make a substantial contribution to the strengthening of involved, responsible, and committed fatherhood in their work or personal lives." Buddy, along with his wife, Tenࢹ, is a devoted parent to their three kids and definitely personifies commitment. He's being honored this year with Atlanta Falconss star Allen Rossum, Orlando Magic Vice President Pat Williams and FOX News Channel's Fred Barnes. Previous country recipients include Tim McGraw and Lonestar. Way to go Buddy!

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