Packers and Bellin Health create baseball caps to benefit local high schools

Green Bay public schools are teaming up with the Green Bay Packers and Bellin Health to sell baseball caps featuring the Packers, Bellin Health and the school's logo. The money raised will help support each school's athletic programs, January 31, 2018. (WLUK)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- The Packers and Bellin Health are teaming up to benefit Green Bay's public high schools.

Four new baseball caps were unveiled Wednesday at Lambeau Field.

They will be sold to raise money for the athletic programs at East, Preble, Southwest and West High Schools.

They have the Packers "G" in the front, the Bellin logo on the back and the school logo on the side.

The district says the money will help keep up East's newer turf field, as well as future projects.

"Preble's looking for to put in a new stadium, a turf stadium also. Different projects are happening around the schools and this just helps us to be able to afford those," said Tim Flood, administrator of district co-curricular planning.

Right now, 500 hats are available at each school's main office for $20 each.

For every cap purchase, $10 goes back to the school.

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