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Packers Heritage Trail Plaza opens in downtown Green Bay

9:37 AM, Sep. 15, 2013  |  Comments

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The Packers Heritage Trail Plaza opened before noon Saturday and drew a steady stream of visitors the remainder of the day.

The plaza at the northeast corner of Washington and Cherry streets in downtown Green Bay features statues of Pro Football and Green Bay Packers Hall of Famers Paul Hornung and Johnny (Blood) McNally, and team co-founder George Whitney Calhoun, also a Packers Hall of Fame member.

The plaza includes a large recognition wall and green space enhancements.

The Packers Heritage Trail Plaza is an initiative of Packers Heritage Trail Inc., a nonprofit organization that promotes Green Bay's downtown by providing information about connections between the community and the Packers.

The trail includes information plaques at locations historic to the National Football League team.

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