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I hate press releases. But occasionally some news just has to be conveyed to the people. Hence:

National Cheese Carver Creates a Salute to Champions at Lambeau Field

Who: Sarah “The Cheese Lady,” a Wisconsin native and nationally recognized cheese sculptor.

What: Will give a Wisconsin cheese salute to the champions: the Green Bay Packers and the winners of this week’s United States National Championship Cheese Contest. Kaufmann will carve football players, cheese makers and other Wisconsin icons out of a 640-pound golden Cheddar throughout the three day public event.

When & Where:

Tuesday & Wednesday, March 8 and 9 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Thursday, March 10 – Championship judging 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Lambeau Field Atrium 1265 Lombardi Ave. Green Bay, WI 54304

Why: Over 1,602 cheese and butter entries are competing in this year’s United States Championship Cheese Contest. 30 states have submitted their finest products, vying for the coveted championship honor. It’s only natural that nationally recognized cheese sculptor and Wisconsin native, Sarah Kaufmann, participate in this event – the largest dairy product competition in U.S. history.

During the event, members of the public can enjoy the spirit of Lambeau Field as they watch the judging, look on as Kaufmann whittles a work of art out of Wisconsin cheese and taste some of the finest cheeses in America.

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