The second annual Packers' All-Pro Dad Father & Kids Experience was held at Lambeau Field and the Don Hutson Center on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Around 500 fathers and 1,000 children attended the event that included appearances by Packers defensive coordinator Bob Sanders and Packers players Aaron Kampman, Corey Williams and Brandon Miree.
Williams and Miree played baby-sitter for the 1,000 children in the Don Hutson Center and participated in many interactive games with kids while fathers walked over to the Legends Club of the Lambeau Field Atrium.
Fathers were able to hear family experiences of Kampman and Sanders as well as listen to their beliefs about the importance of setting a good example for children.
Both Sanders and Kampman felt fortunate to share their time with fellow fathers.
"All-Pro Dad is something I'm extremely proud to be associated with," said Sanders. "I think this is an important issue in America today and the youth of today need that Dad figure."
"Dads play a huge role in shaping the next generation of our children," said Kampman. "So to be part of something that creates a positive atmosphere in that area, I think is a great thing as well as the right thing to be a part of."
All-Pro Dad, was presented by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and is the fatherhood program of Family First, a national non-profit organization based in Tampa, Fla. All-Pro Dad features 41 NFL Players, Coaches and Alumni who speak out on the importance of being a good father. In addition to the Packers event, All-Pro Dad conducts the Father & Kids Experience with the Colts, Steelers, Chiefs, Dolphins, Jaguars, Buccaneers and Bills.