No Child Gets Left Behind
LeRoy Butler, a former Green Bay Packer NFL star and a pioneer member of our team, has always been an anti-bullying advocate. He strongly believes that no child should be made to feel like an outcast in their own communities.
GameNight Productions in Baraboo, Wisconsin was officially established on February 19, 2021. While we’re a fairly new nonprofit group, our team has been working tirelessly for the past five years to build everything we have right now.
LeRoy Butler, a former Green Bay Packer NFL star and a pioneer member of our team, has always been an anti-bullying advocate. He strongly believes that no child should be made to feel like an outcast in their own communities; they deserve to be in a place where they’re nurtured and appreciated.
With the rising cases of bullying, LeRoy was compelled to do something to help children. As he was reminiscing his high school career, he realized that sports played a big part in bringing people together, regardless of their individual differences. And that’s where GameNight Productions was born.
How We Can Help
A united community is what we need right now, which is why we encourage everyone to join our cause in providing an enhanced game night experience for all. So, how do we do this? Here are the three pillars of our organization:
One cannot be a productive member of a community if they’re burned out. At GameNight Productions, we emphasize the importance of self-care. Our program aims to provide everyone with a much-needed break from their daily grind and spend time with people who matter most.
Increase Co-Curricular Participation
Having co-curricular activities offer a myriad of long-term benefits that contribute to a child’s holistic development. Through these endeavors, they gain:
- Better Attendance
- Important Life Values
- Higher GPA
- Reduced Risks of Developing Behavioral Issues
- More Time Volunteering Now and After Graduation
Every child has the ability to make a difference when they’re supported and provided with opportunities to hone their skills. Let us help them realize their full potential at GameNight Productions.
Improved Game Night Experience
It’s not every day that you get to attend a high school football game. Our program aims to train students to host a professionally produced show. This way, they can showcase their unique talents and provide an awesome game night experience for their community. It’s a win-win situation for all.
Who Can Join?
Everyone can be a part of our team! We welcome school band members, technology majors, marketing majors, athletes, and more. If you’re interested in taking part in our initiatives, feel free to reach out to us.
At a time when society seems as divided and distracted as ever, our youth and communities need something that fosters community. We need something that unifies us and brings community self-care. That is where we can help shine a light on the pride of your community. Let’s shine a light on what is good and right.
Let’s come together for the good of our team, our kids, and our town. GameNight Productions and LeRoy Butler want to do more than just illuminate your sports. We want to bring a positively unique and energized game night production that is an unforgettable, unifying experience to your school.
Meet Our Team
LeRoy Butler’s passion for uniting communities has contributed a lot to our organization’s growth. His vision inspires us to work towards strengthening the bond among community members, reducing violence, and providing a promising future for schools, athletes, and fans.
Kurt Hanusa, President
Kurt Hanusa has always been dedicated to making a lasting impact on communities. He aims to train students for success, help them utilize the tools they have, and provide them with opportunities where they can use what they have learned.
Amy Orvis, COO
Amy Orvis’ grandfather and father are former coaches and teachers. She spent her high school years being an athlete and a band member. Even after her graduation, she never forgot to engage in hobbies like photography. With her love for people, sports, and her experience with co-curricular activities, she hopes she can be an instrument in making a difference.