Green Bay Packers Youth Football Camps Wrap Up At City Stadium

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In one of the most historic sites in Green Bay, the Packers Youth Football Camps wrapped up, Friday, at City Stadium at Green Bay East High School, home of the Packers from 1925-56.

Coaching different drills and seven-on-seven scrimmages, Dave Brown, head football coach at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis., directed four of the camps, which included stops in Racine, Madison, Janesville and Waukesha.

The Packers Youth Football Camp, which saw over 400 youth this summer, teaches fundamentals and non-contact football skills to kids, 6-14 years old. In addition to fundamental skill development, the Packers Camps provide lessons on leadership, sportsmanship, self-esteem and personal fitness.

Off the field activities such as the Ice Bowl, NFL Chief Scout, Rapid Fire True or False, Super Skill Challenge and Super Bowl Day provide campers with a wide range of enjoyable learning events.

In addition, all campers were invited to a fall tour of Lambeau Field and Packers headquarters.

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