500 Kids Attend Power Pack Clinic


A Junior Power Packer runs drills during Saturday's clinic

More than 500 kids attended the Packers' Junior Power Pack Clinic at Clarke Hinkle Field over the weekend, getting a chance to meet Packers players while also running through drills designed to mirror the NFL experience.

Packers members present at Saturday's clinic included wide receiver Donald Driver, linebacker Torrance Marshall, linebacker Anthony Sessions, fullback Kevin McLeod and current team scout and former player Lenny McGill.

Twenty football players from Ashwaubenon High School also assisted in the day's instruction, and Packers equipment manager Red Batty addressed the gathering about a football players' equipment needs.

Take a look at the photo gallery.

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