Remember Noah Salvers? Noah was our Make-A-Wish foundation special guest on Newsline 9's Pack Attack. Two weeks ago, our guest Jerrell Worthy, told Noah his wish was coming true. Noah and his family were invited to Green Bay to visit with the Packers, attend practice, have some lunch and go to Sunday's game.
On Friday Noah arrived in Green Bay where the weekends festivities began.
Along with Noah's visit, the Green Bay Packers and Make-A-Wish Wisconsin are partnering to announce that Mason Crosby will serve as the official spokesperson for Make-A-Wish.
The Packers have been long-time supporters of Make-A-Wish, helping grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Since the Wisconsin chapter was founded in 1984, nearly 4,600 families statewide can attest to the power of a wish. Last year, the chapter granted a record-breaking 325 wishes and currently more than 250 Wisconsin children are in the process of having their wishes granted.
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