Green Bay Packers defensive back Jarrett Bush is the celebrity golfer at HopeNet 360's Scramble for Hope on Friday.
Taking place at Sherwood Forest Golf Club in Sherwood, Wis., Bush is helping to raise funds for HopeNet 360, a non-profit organization committed to saving lives from destructive lifestyles and suicide through communication.
The nine-hole scramble features two different start times at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Participants receive a golf cart, lunch and keynote presentation.
If they're lucky, golfers will also be able to hear the story from Bush about how he intercepted and broke up a pass intended for future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez in the Packers' win over the Atlanta Falcons last season.
For more information and to register online go to HopeNet360.com.
Also taking place on Friday is the Donald Driver Football Camp, hosted by the former Packers wide receiver.
The youth camp is being held at Cleveland High School in Cleveland, Miss. and is in the second of a two-day event. The deadline for registration has passed.
Finally, the official Green Bay Packers Youth Football Camps being held in Franklin and Waukesha, Wis. on Friday come to a conclusion.
In the final day of a weeklong event, Friday's sessions last from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Milwaukee County Sports Complex and Heyer Elementary School respectively.
UPDATE: Bush provided a picture from the event, shared on Twitter:
— Jarrett Bush (@Jarrettbush) June 27, 2014
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