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Packer parents cook for players

Emily Rigsby, Packer Fan Emily Rigsby, Packer Fan
MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

Packer parents are supporting the team this championship week.
Some of the players' dads grilled steak and served the team dinner after practice Wednesday night.
One young Packer fan says she's proud of the players.

"I think that it's amazing what these boys have done and what these boys have done to deserve these families,” said Emily Rigsby, Packer Fan. “I think it's wonderful that these families are helping."

Volunteers provide meals for the team after practices throughout the season.
 The Packers go for a second straight championship Saturday night at the Georgia Dome.
  Kickoff against Roswell is set for 8 o'clock.

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