GREEN BAY - The winners of the Packers Play 60 Challenge spent Wednesday at Lambeau Field.
Brillion Holy Family, made up of about 35 students, took first place this year.
The month-long program challenged students to get active and play for at least 60 minutes each day in school and out of school.
Holy Family School led the way with an average of more than 4,500 minutes per student, which averaged out to about 163 minutes per day.
"Very proud of them, they did a great job, they took the ball and they ran with it, so a very well deserved day out of school," said Lynn Woelfel, Brillion Holy Family School.
A trip to Lambeau wasn't the only thing the kids won. They also got Hall of Fame passes, a $700 gift certificate and a chance to meet Packers center-guard Evan Dietrich-Smith.
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