GREEN BAY - With the heat in the nineties again, many people had little choice but to deal with it.
From the Green Bay Packers youth football camp, to construction at Lambeau Field, people of all ages were trying to beat the heat.
By 11:00am, it was already 91 degrees.
"Typical Green Bay camp. It seems like every year we come to Green Bay East, it's hot," said Keith Vanden Heuvel, Green Bay Packers Youth Camp Director.
More than one hundred children ages 6 to 14 were learning fundamentals at the Green Bay Packers Youth Football camp.
Athletic trainers treated five boys suffering from the heat.
"We're seeing some kids with headaches, dehydration symptoms. So excessive heat it doesn't take much for them to start feeling a little light-headed, or headaches, complaining of thirst, stuff like that," said Danielle Olson, ATI physical therapist.
Water bottles covered the field.
"We give them water breaks every 12-15 minutes. We hose them down, that helps with evaporation, keeps the heat away from them," said Vanden Heuvel.
It was hard to keep the heat away at the Lambeau Field construction project. 242 workers are on site.
"Just walking around you're going to be sweating. A lot of physical labor taking place on a day like this," said Jerry Walsh, Miron Construction site risk manager.
Jerry Walsh is the site risk manager for Miron Construction.
"We really push with the superintendents and the foremen. Watch your guys, and if you see anybody showing any signs at all of any heat problems, have them sit down and cool off. Get them in a trailer, and a drink," said Walsh.
Walsh says an air-conditioned trailer, complete with water is available for all workers. Walsh says so far there have been no heat-related injuries during the project.
Whether it's work or play, the advice is the same.
"Go home tonight and make sure you drink plenty of water, and eat foods that have a lot of water content in them. So like grapes, are really good. Watermelon has a high water content," said Olson.
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