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Packers hosting 'Alumni Sporting Clays' event Sept. 26

Event to raise funds to benefit Curative Connections; registration closes Aug. 11

Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Dave Robinson
Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Dave Robinson

The Green Bay Packers are set to host the 2023 Alumni Sporting Clays event to benefit Curative Connections on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the Woodfire Lodge at Triple J Wing & Clay in Brillion, Wis.

Businesses, fans and community members are invited to form teams of four in order to take part in the annual event, which will feature several Packers alumni, including Willie Buchanan, Chester Marcol, Mike Butler, Frank Winters, Bill Schroeder, Lynn Dickey, Mark Lee, Nate Simpson, Jeff Dellenbach, Dwight Jones, Eddie Lee Ivery, David Whitehurst, Paul Coffman, Marv Fleming and Dave Robinson. Alumni will shoot with attendees at various stations throughout the course.

Teams can join the fundraising event for $1,500 each, which covers participating in the course, ammunition, special giveaways, lunch and an open bar. The entire registration fee will directly benefit Curative Connections.

The schedule for the day includes:

  • 9 a.m. – Registration
  • 9:30 a.m. – Celebrity introductions and event rules
  • 10 a.m. – Sporting clays course and team flurry
  • 1 p.m. – Lunch, silent auction, presentation and awards

Teams interested in joining Packers alumni for the event to raise funds for Curative Connections can visit to sign up.

Registration will close Aug. 11. Teams must have four participants to attend the event.

The event is part of Green Bay Packers Give Back, the team's all-encompassing community outreach initiative that includes the Green Bay Packers Foundation, appearances made by players, alumni, coaches and staff, football outreach, cash and in-kind donations, Make-A-Wish visits and community events. The annual overall charitable impact of Packers Give Back exceeds $9 million.

For 75 years, Curative Connections has helped people find support when dealing with aging, dementia, brain injury or disabilities. The agency began with a focus on physical therapy and rehabilitation in 1948 and continues to evolve and grow to meet the community's needs. Today, Curative Connections provides individualized, person-centered programs for more than 1,200 people weekly. The 13 programs offered allow members to build skills, experience better quality of life, a more independent way of living and an enriching opportunity to grow. Programs include training and employment, dementia and healthy aging, home and community, adult day, specialized transportation and brain wellness and rehabilitation. For more information about Curative Connections, visit

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