A crowd of approximately 100 people came and went as the Sea Hawks Fan Club led in cheers and passed out regalia ranging from tattoos to crosses to supporters of number 89 and the Sea Hawks.
Toasts were made, salutes of shots, and loads of food made the evening one of high spirits and good old fashion fun. Chips, dip, wingettes, gumbo, salads, banana pudding were just a sample of delectable provided at this Super Bowl party.
“We are so proud of Doug,” said Dwight Baldwin, his Uncle. There’s a lot of excitement here with the Baldwin family. My father, he rests out at Barrancas, but I know he would be proud of him.” Stated Baldwin. “Seeing Doug play with the Salvation Army and now playing at the Super Bowl is awesome. My mom, although she’
s not here because she is under the weather, is proud of him too.”
As cheers continued, Douggie fans high fived, smiled and danced around the rooms as Seattle made touchdown after touchdown.
“I think Seattle is playing well and this is going to be a blowout,” said Monica Baldwin, CEO and President of the Sea Hawks Fan Club.
“We are really proud of Doug, said Lynn Baldwin, Doug’s Auntie. The game has been exciting. And we are really looking forward to his return home. I can’t wait to see that Super Bowl ring!” She said.