A plaza with three statues to highlight the Packers Heritage Trail in downtown Green Bay will be unveiled and dedicated at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday at the northeast corner of Washington and Cherry streets.
Statues of Pro Football Hall of Famers Johnny (Blood) McNally and Paul Hornung and team co-founder George Whitney Calhoun will be unveiled, with Hornung on hand along with several other special guests, including Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy.
The Packers Heritage Trail, which was completed last year, is a walking tour of downtown Green Bay that features plaques with detailed descriptions, telling the story of the historical relationship between the Packers and the community. The trail includes other stops in the greater Green Bay area reachable via car or bike.
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