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Rodgers takes time out for MACC Fund

9:27 PM, Sep. 28, 2013
Aaron Rodgers, left, and Dijon Williams, visit during the quarterback's visit to his home. Dijon was born with sickle cell anemia and cured with a bone marrow transplant from his brother.
Aaron Rodgers, left, and Dijon Williams, visit during the quarterback's visit to his home. Dijon was born with sickle cell anemia and cured with a bone marrow transplant from his brother.
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Maggie Conlon thought she was taking part in a documentary on childhood cancer last October when the doorbell rang at her home in Brookfield.

The film crew asked her to open the door. When she did, the man standing in front of her looked familiar, even though she couldn't quite place him.

"It's him, and I don't realize it. He's not in his uniform," said Maggie, who was 10 at the time. "He has to tell me who he was, but I realized it after a few seconds. I realized it was him." ...

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