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KBR prepares for 2013 Ball

Baker High School Class of 2012 graduates Caitlin Kurilovitch and Travis Pancioli sit in the bounce house during last year’s Keep the Ball Rolling celebration, which not only focuses on providing seniors a night of outrageous fun but, more importantly, gives seniors a way to celebrate without alcohol, drugs and driving thus helping to prevent tragic accidents on Senior Ball night.

Baker High School Class of 2012 graduates Caitlin Kurilovitch and Travis Pancioli sit in the bounce house during last year’s Keep the Ball Rolling celebration, which not only focuses on providing seniors a night of outrageous fun but, more importantly, gives seniors a way to celebrate without alcohol, drugs and driving thus helping to prevent tragic accidents on Senior Ball night.

— The KBR 2013 steering committee is gearing up, asking for volunteers and requesting donations to make the upcoming celebration as successful as its predecessors. Two significant donors have already stepped forward, both of which generously supported the previous KBR events. A certified- used vehicle will once again be donated by Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus and Toyota Scion, and Chris Hayden, Allstate Insurance, has pledged an iPad III for a lucky Baker High School senior.

To learn more about this year’s event, attend a PTSA meeting at 7 p.m. March 11 and May 20 in the Baker High School Library. These are the last two meetings before the Ball and KBR take place, so be sure join us. To donate or volunteer, please contact Laurie Noll, KBR Chair, at laurie.noll@gmail.com or Corinne Johnston, PTSA President, tcmmb@aol.com. You can also support KBR by joining or extending your membership to BJ’s. (The membership drive for KBR will last through to Jan. 28.) If you are interested, please contact Noll at the email address noted above.

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