Leaders of Character Banquet Honoring
Burnell "Bun" Hanson

The Chippewa Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America
invites you to celebrate an evening of Scouting
with our guest, Wayne Larrivee, "Voice of the Packers"

Thursday, October 26, 2017
Rice Lake Elks Club
Rice Lake, Wisconsin

Cocktails: 5:30 pm
Dinner & Guest Speaker: 6:00 pm

$150 per seat or purchase a Table of 8 for $1,000

Banquet Invite

If you need additional information or would like to reserve a seat,
please contact Andrea Blaeser at (715) 832-6671 or

BurnellHansonHONOREE ~ Burnell “Bun” & Paulette Hanson came to Rice Lake in 1965, a product of Grantsburg Schools and Hamline University. He was working for McKesson Drug Co. Forty one years ago, Burnell’s Decor opened for business. Bun was a Charter Member of the Rice Lake Lions Club and is a 30+ year member of the Rice Lake Rotary Club, currently serving as the Club’s Executive Secretary. He has had various Rotary District 5960 duties. Bun is currently on the Rice Lake Tourism Commission and the Barron County Board. Bun has previously served on various Task Forces for the City, was a member of the UW-Barron County Foundation Board, and was part of the Board of Visitors for the UW System.  He has helped organize a number of fund raising activities for Rotary, Bethany Lutheran Church, and City needs. 

WayneLarriveeGUEST SPEAKER ~ Wayne Larrivee is the Voice of the Packers and has been described as the hardest working man in announcing. Before coming to Green Bay, Larrivee worked in Chicago as the voice of the Chicago Bears for 14 seasons. Larrivee has also called games for the Chicago Cubs, the Chicago Bulls, Kansas City Chiefs, Iowa Hawkeyes football, and Missouri Tigers baseball. 

Larrivee grew up in the small town of Lee, Massachusetts as a faithful Packers fan. He attended Emerson College in Boston where he began   perfecting his play-by-play craft from high above the court at the Boston Garden. He graduated from Emerson in 1977 and proceeded to call games for the Kansas City Chiefs on KCMO radio from 1978-1984. Larrivee moved on to broadcast Chicago Bears games in 1985 and stayed with the team until after the 1998 season. 
Larrivee became the radio voice of the Green Bay Packers at the start of the 1998-1999 season. His sophisticated style of announcing includes a mastery of the English language and plenty of clever catch phrases. Larrivee is best known for “The Dagger,” where he proclaims a Packers victory at the clinching point of every close game. Larrivee was behind the mic for both the Bears Super Bowl XX and the Packers Super Bowl XLV victories. With over 39 years of broadcasting experience, Wayne Larrivee continues to cement his legacy in the world of sports announcing.