ASHWAUBENON – Ryan Kibbe, pastor of Elevation Church, is pleased with his church's new home, not least because it's next door to David's Bridal in Shoppes at the Village shopping center. "How great is that, a church next to a bridal store?" he said Wednesday during a break from delivering cheesecakes to his new neighbors.
GREEN BAY – Sunday will be the final day for snow tubing on Ariens Hill in the Green Bay Packers' Titletown District. The Packers said rising temperatures make it difficult to keep a proper snow base on the hill. Temperatures are not expected to be so high that they put an end to ice skating for a couple more weeks. Skating will be available during regular hours, weather permitting. Information about weather-related closures will be posted at Titletown.com and on Titletown’s social media accounts.
GREEN BAY – Green Bay Packers fans once again have an opportunity to have their favorite Packers-themed photo printed on tickets for a Packers game during 2018. The Packers on Wednesday put out the call for photo submissions to the Ticket Takeover contest. The winner, in addition to having their photo on 80,000 tickets, will get two tickets to a Packers game during the 2018-19 season, two round-trip economy class airline tickets for travel to Green Bay, and a two-night hotel stay.
@JablonskyJustin@karlwebert@PostCrescent Not relevant to the point being made. Without evidence, can't say why "most" participated. And the actions by school administrations to keep reporters away from students made sure that evidence wasn't available.
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