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Packers Calendar: Player Autographs in Menasha

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Packers Calendar: Player Autographs in Menasha

A trio of Green Bay Packers players will be signing autographs at the Menasha Goodwill store on Thursday July 19.

Linebacker Frank Zombo, tight end Tom Crabtree and running back Brandon Saine will appear from 1 to 2 p.m. Central time.

Out in Stateline, Nev., a pair of Packers will be taking part in the American Century Celeb-Am golf tournament on Thursday.

Current Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and linebacker A.J. Hawk will be taking part in the event that begins at 7 a.m. local time.

Former Packers quarterback Jim McMahon and kicker Ryan Longwell will be participating as well. Tickets are $15 and is open to the public.

In Sturgeon Bay, the Green Bay chapter of NFL Alumni will be hosting its Packers Alumni Fishing Tournament.

"Proceeds from the event will be split between Door County Charities, a foundation that was created in 1999 to help support nonprofit children’s and women’s organizations, and the Green Bay Chapter of NFL Alumni," according to the Door County Advocate.

According to, check-in for the event begins at 6:30 a.m. at the Lodge at Leathem Smith with the tournament to begin at 8:00. The fishing tournament ends at 1:00 p.m. with a reception to follow at 2:00.

Former Packers taking part include Jerry Kramer, Lynn Dickey, Frank Winters, Rob Davis, Chris Jacke, Dexter McNabb, Chad Morton, Bryce Paup, Greg Koch, Doug Hart, Paul Coffman, David Whitehurst and Zeke Bratkowski.

Also on Thursday, the official youth football camps of the Green Bay Packers continue on Thursday with sessions in Green Bay in Glendale.

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