B'ville: After prom all-night celebration

Seniors can Keep the Ball Rolling after this year's Senior Ball.

An all-night, alcohol and drug-free celebration will be held from 12:30 to 4 a.m. at Baker High School immediately following the senior ball on Saturday May 29. This celebration, affectionately named Keep the Ball Rolling (KBR), is being organized by parents, school leaders and community members to provide an exciting, fun-filled celebration for Baker High School seniors and their guests after the senior ball.

Featuring the band 4Point0, dancing and other activities (as requested by seniors), the event will conclude with a grand prize drawing for a certified used vehicle (including sales tax, registration fees and a limited power-train warranty) donated by Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus and Toyota-Scion. Other door prizes will be drawn throughout the night. While refreshments will be served, KBR is still seeking donations of pizza, soda, water, subs, cookies, breakfast items and prizes.

The winner of the grand prize must be present to win and it will be the winner's responsibility to provide insurance for the vehicle upon pick up. Though the winner will be drawn at the conclusion of the KBR celebration, transfer of ownership will happen at the dealership.

All Baker seniors are invited to attend the KBR celebration, even if they do not attend the senior ball. There will be a nominal $5 fee charged, which is included in the price of the senior ball ticket. Seniors not attending the ball can purchase their KBR ticket during senior ball ticket sales.

All seniors/guests need to abide by a few simple rules at the KBR celebration:

    No alcohol or other drug use is allowed;

All students must present a picture ID and arrive by 1 a.m.;

Students may leave anytime they wish, but may not return; and

Students must be present to win prizes.

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