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Packers' Hunt, Fisher & Barry Offer Support To 'Coats For Kids' Campaign


Green Bay Packers players Cletidus Hunt, Tony Fisher and Kevin Barry offered their support to the annual Salvation Army 'Coats for Kids' campaign by signing autographs at Lindeman's Dry Cleaners, Friday.

Fans dropping off a new or gently used coat at the location were able to receive an autograph from all three players.

Friday's appearance by the players is in conjunction with the annual effort that includes Sunday's Packers-Chiefs game.

Fans attending the game will have the opportunity to donate coats at several drop-off points located in the stadium parking lots. Cash donations will be accepted as well.

The Salvation Army's goal each year is to collect 10,000 coats that will be distributed to area needy children.

For more information, please contact Cathy Dworak, the Packers' manager of community relations, at (920) 490-5925.

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