This week has been tough on everyone. There aren’t a lot of good stories in the news. But here is one that I think will cheer you up and put a smile on your face.
NFL legend Bret Favre took time out of retirement in Mississippi to return to Wisconsin to help out sick children.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre returned to Wisconsin Saturday to help in the fight against childhood cancer by participating in a 100 mile bicycle ride.
Favre attended the 27th Annual Trek 100 Ride for Hope which benefits Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, The MACC Fund.
The event drew a large crowd, which Favre said didn’t surprise him.
“I’m not surprised a bit. This is Wisconsin,” Favre said.
What a great guy. He could have just wrote a check and that would have been a generous enough. But to dedicate time and to travel across the country to help out a local charity, that is above and beyond!
Thank you, Bret!
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