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Packers share holiday spirit with needy children

7:02 AM, Dec. 4, 2012
Green Bay Packers player Casey Hayward does some Christmas shopping with Jenna during the Shop with a Jock event Monday night at Wal-Mart, 2292 Main St.
Green Bay Packers player Casey Hayward does some Christmas shopping with Jenna during the Shop with a Jock event Monday night at Wal-Mart, 2292 Main St.
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Several Green Bay Packers players spent their time in the community Monday night at two events benefitting children.

Fifty children from Family Services of Greater Green Bay and the American Foundation of Counseling Services got to Shop With a Jock, while other players were at the 10th annual Families of Children with Cancer Holiday Party.

"Hopefully, this will become an annual event," said defensive lineman Ryan Pickett. "We run the organization as a family, and the community is part of that family. We're a tight family group, and there's no city like Green Bay. This is our chance to help ...

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