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Packers Calendar: Donald Driver's "Driven to Achieve" TV Special

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Packers Calendar: Donald Driver's "Driven to Achieve" TV Special

Former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver will have his first Driven to Achieve awards show televised statewide in Wisconsin on Saturday evening.

The television special will air on ABC affiliates in Green Bay, Madison and Wausau at 5:00 p.m. CT and in Milwaukee, La Crosse and Eau Claire at 6:30 p.m.

Driver created the awards to honor local and national community efforts. 

Among the nationally-recognized award recipients are singer Gladys Knight and Anthony Robles, the 2011 NCAA wrestling champion that was born with only one leg.

The program is hosted by Josh Elliott of NBC Sports, the former Good Morning America anchor. Driven to Achieve was previously recorded at an earlier date.

In Las Cruces, N.M. on Saturday, Packers cornerback Davon House will be hosting his own namesake second annual USA Football FUNdamentals clinic on the campus of New Mexico State University following the conclusion of the school's spring football game.

The clinic is free of charge for kids age seven to 13 and they may register beginning at 11:00 a.m. local time at Aggie Mememorial Football Stadium.

Also on Saturday, the Packers will be hosting a job fair inside the Lambeau Field atrium from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CT for those seeking season employment in the Packers Pro Shop.

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