GREEN BAY - A piece of the Ice Bowl is back at Lambeau Field.
Green Bay resident Avi Berk donated the bunting to the Packers Hall of Fame.
The red, white, and blue banner hung on the railings around the field for the 1967 NFL Championship Game.
Berk says he was asked to play in the band for the game, but the instruments froze.
So instead, he sat in the stands and watched the game.
He said when it was over, he and his friends took some memorabilia.
"After the game we all looked for souvenirs before rushing off to our cars to get warm, and I happen to see this bunting and borrowed it for safe keeping and thought it would be appropriately returned to the Packers Hall of Fame,” said Berk.
Berk says he had the bunting in a bag in the basement for years. He says he was surprised the Hall of Fame didn't have one already, and was happy to donate the one he took.
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