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'Summer Traditions' A Full Success


Packers fans of all ages enjoyed a fun-filled step back in time Saturday at 'Summer Traditions at Lambeau Field.'

The family event, which was the Packers' fourth community event of the year, allowed everyone who passed through the gates to experience some favorite children's activities from 1908, back when Curly Lambeau was just 10 years old.

Tents were set up in the northeast parking lot outside of Lambeau Field, allowing kids and adults alike to participate in three-legged, gunny sack and wheelbarrow races, pie-eating contests or a sawdust treasure hunt. The complimentary Breyers ice cream and the 20-foot paint-it-yourself farm animal mural were hits with the crowd as well.

Sunny skies allowed for some great photo opportunities as the guests mingled with Heritage Hill employees who were decked out in their finest 1908 attire, with turn-of-the-century props topping off the 1908 feel.

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