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Shovelers invited back to Lambeau Field for Saturday morning effort

Posted Dec 20, 2013

Interested helpers are asked to come out for 8 a.m. start

The Green Bay Packers are in need of further assistance Saturday morning, Dec. 21, to help with snow removal from Lambeau Field. Friday’s effort saw nearly 600 people help shovel out the stadium, but the ongoing snowfall has necessitated the call for another session Saturday morning.

Interested shovelers – as many as 650 – are asked to report to the Mills Fleet Farm Gate on Lambeau Field’s west side, beginning at 8 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 21, and continuing through the day as needed.

Shovelers need to be at least 15 years old and will receive $10 per hour, with payment to be made immediately upon completion of their work. The Packers will provide shovels to all who come to help.

 
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