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Packers Calendar: Lambeau Field Plays Host to Sports & Society Conference

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Packers Calendar: Lambeau Field Plays Host to Sports & Society Conference

On Wednesday in Green Bay, Lambeau Field plays host to the third annual Sports & Society Conference co-sponsored by the Packers and St. Norbert College.

The final day of a three-day event, the Legends Club Room inside the Lambeau Field atrium will be the site of a series of panel discussions at 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. and a keynote speech at 12:00 p.m. from Julia Chase-Brand, a medical doctor and pioneer in women's distance running.

One of the panels in regards to the changing sports landscape in women's athelteics will be moderated by Kate Hogan, the director of retail operations for the Packers Pro Shop.

The conference is only open to those that register. More information, including a schedule, can be found at its official website.

Also on Wednesday, the final day of the NFL's Spring League Meeting will take place in Atlanta, where the Packers are represented by team president Mark Murphy.

The host of Super Bowl LII in 2018 has already been voted upon and awarded to Minneapolis, but owners will still be on hand to discuss possible rule changes in the game.

Finally, right here at Cheesehead TV, we'll be hosting rookie cornerback Ryan White for an interview during our morning talk show on Railbird Central at 8:30 a.m. CT, which will later be podcasted.

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