Packer Great to Speak Out Against Bullying
Dean Clinic Helps Bring LeRoy Butler to Madison
LeRoy Butler overcame childhood physical problems that forced him to wear leg braces and use a wheelchair. During his eleven year professional football career in Green Bay, Butler won a Super Bowl ring, all-pro honors five times and invented the famous Lambeau Leap.
Now retired, Butler is a strong advocate against bullying. On Sunday, June 30, the football great will bring his anti-bullying message to Madison. His positive message will encourage kids to be buddies, not bullies.
Dean Clinic and WISC TV are proud to partner with St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church in sponsoring this anti-bullying event. In addition to Butler's message, the event will feature food for sale, a raffle, an autograph session, games and entertainment. Free "Be a Buddy Not a Bully" bracelets and pledge cards will be given to all children in attendance.
This event is free and open to the public.
June 30 at 12:30 p.m.
St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church, 6205 University Avenue, Madison
Parking will be available at nearby Asbury United Methodist Church, 6101 University Avenue