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De Pere teen brings drawing skills to Packers fence

6:44 PM, Sep. 13, 2013
De Pere teen with Asperger's syndrome to draw on P...
De Pere teen with Asperger's syndrome to draw on P...: Mackenzie Kocken, 17, talks about what it means to be chosen to draw on a Green Bay Packers-themed fence.
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De Pere teenager Mackenzie Kocken has a habit of erasing limitations.

The talented 17-year-old artist was diagnosed as a child with Asperger's syndrome, a developmental disorder characterized by problems interacting socially with peers. Growing up she was the target of name-calling and had a tough time making friends. But on Saturday, she hopes to win the support of Green Bay Packers fans around the world.

Mackenzie is set to draw three players on a fence that will also feature a new team-related slogan at 1219 Shadow Lane, which faces Lambeau Field along Lombardi Avenue. It will be ...

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