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Chalk Talk with Brett Favre 2015

3rd Annual Chalk Talk to Benefit Rawhide

Thanksgiving with Brett Favre

A Chalk Talk Luncheon (serving a traditional Thanksgiving meal) with Packers Hall of Fame and NFL Super Bowl Quarterback, Brett Favre, will be held on Thanksgiving Day, November 26th in Green Bay, WI to benefit Rawhide Boys Ranch. This event will pay tribute to fellow Super Bowl Quarterback Bart Starr who is recovering from the effects of a stroke in September of 2014.

This will be the third annual Chalk Talk to benefit Rawhide. Last year Brett Favre surprised the audience gathered at the Brett Favre Steakhouse near Lambeau Field, with his first return to Green Bay since his retirement from a 16-year career as quarterback for the Green Bay Packers.

Here’s a snippet from last year’s event.

2015 Chalk Talk Details

When: Thursday, November 26, 2015
10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Registration / Silent Auction
11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Traditional Thanksgiving Meal
12:45 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. Chalk Talk featuring Brett Favre, Packers Hall of Fame Quarterback
Where: KI Convention Center
Hyatt on Main, 1st Floor
333 Main St.
Green Bay, WI 54301

Event Parking: Click map to enlarge

Individual Tickets

Attire: Business Casual or Game Day Apparel

All proceeds benefit Rawhide Boys Ranch

Also a tribute to Bart and Cherry Starr during the Thanksgiving Day event will honor their 50 year anniversary as co-founders of Rawhide Boys Ranch. Brett and Deanna Favre share Bart and Cherry Starr’s passion for helping less fortunate youth. Brett Favre and his wife Deanna have been supporters of Rawhide Boys Ranch for well over fourteen years as proceeds from the Favre 4 Hope Foundation and the Brett Favre Charity Softball game, which he hosted during his playing days, have benefited Rawhide with generous gifts in support of boys who live at Rawhide.

Bart Starr, Jr. will be present for the Chalk Talk. He and his family are hopeful that his father Bart Starr, Sr and wife Cherry will be able to attend the game against the Chicago Bears later that evening.