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Baby Derby

The Green Bay Gamblers and Fox Communities Credit Union are proud to present the 2nd Annual Baby Derby, Saturday, March 31 at the Resch Center.  Infants are placed on a carpet and the first one to crawl across the finish line wins a $500 gift card.  Race takes place at center ice during the 1st intermission.

Fans are encouraged to bring diapers and other baby supplies to the game.  All supplies collected to be donated to House of Hope, shelter for homeless, pregnant and parenting women between the ages of 18 and 24 and their children.

It’s also a Festival Foods Family Night, featuring $2 Klement’s jumbo dogs, $2 soda and a $5 ticket discount for children 14 and younger.  Game time is 7:05 PM.

For tickets go to or stop by the Resch Center box office.  Box office hours are Monday – Friday 11:00 – 5:00 PM and on game day’s beginning at 11:00 AM.  For group rates contact Greg at 405-1150.


The partnership between the Green Bay Gamblers and the American Heart Association continued this past Saturday. Through ticket sales and the 50/50 raffle the game raised $5,347 for the American Heart Association.

Saturday marked the 7th year of the American Heart Association game. Since the game’s inception, North Shore Bank has served as the Presenting sponsor. Supporting partners include; Grazies, Shopko, The Fan, WAPL, WIXX, WNCY, WZOR, Fox 11 and WFRV.

Any student who raised $5 or more through the Jump Rope for Heart Campaign received a complimentary ticket. Multiple students collected over $1,000 and were recognized at the game. Teachers and volunteers also did their part as the following schools combined to raise nearly $111,000; Winneconne Elementary ($28,556), Sunrise Elementary ($21,681), Denmark Elementary ($21,375), Meadowbrook Elementary ($21,228) and Hemlock Creek ($18,064).

Game was one of the largest attended of the season, drawing 5,150.

“Every 43 seconds in this country someone dies from heart disease, stroke or another cardiovascular disease,” says Gamblers Director of Business Jeff Mitchell. “That is unacceptable and by providing funds and a public forum to bring the seriousness and prevention of heart disease to light, the Gamblers hope to play a small role in changing that statistic. Thank you to the students, teachers, sponsors, fans and especially the efforts of Korren Jewitt of the American Heart Association for making this game so special.”

Additional funds for the American Heart Association will be collected this Tuesday (3/20) as the Gamblers will be hosting a Celebrity Waiter Dinner at Grazies in Green Bay from 6:00 – 9:00 PM. All tips collected by the players, who will be serving as the waiters, are donated to the American Heart Association. Grazies is located at 2851 South Oneida Street. All ages are welcome to attend.


Tuesday, March 20 the Green Bay Gamblers will be at Grazies from 6:00 – 9:00 pm to raise funds for the American Heart Association. Players will serve as the waiters with all tips collected being donated to the American Heart Association.

Grazies is located at 2851 South Oneida Street in Green Bay. Grazies offers signature pastas, pizza, burgers, sandwiches, wraps, steak and seafood. Visit Grazies on their website at

Saturday, March 17 is the 7th Annual American Heart Association Night presented by North Shore Bank. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the American Heart Association. Heroes in the community will also be recognized for their role in saving lives and raising funds for the American Heart Association. Game time is 7:05 PM.

This year’s team features players from 10 different states, Canada, Germany, Russia and Slovakia. Eighteen players have received NCAA Division 1 scholarships. The four-time National Champions have called Green Bay home since 1994. To find out more about the Gamblers go to the team website:


The Green Bay Gamblers and Aurora BayCare raised funds this past weekend for the first Community Stroke Education Day. Through the purchase of tickets to the three Gambler home games (3/2, 3/3 & 3/4) by Aurora BayCare employees, $2,607 dollars was raised.

The mission of the 2018 Community Stroke Education Day is to provide an opportunity for northeast Wisconsin stroke survivors and their caregivers to gather together for a day of education, relaxation and fun, while meeting old and new friends who share the common bond of life after a stroke.

Aurora BayCare has served as the Gamblers medical provider since 2003. Aurora BayCare provides the Gamblers with their team athletic trainer, doctors, strength & conditioning coach, as well as other resources.