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KBR 2012 is a success

Andrea Moore, center, was the lucky grand prize winner at Keep the Ball Rolling, an event Baker High School seniors and their guests attended after senior ball. Moore won a 2005 Toyota Corolla, which was generously donated by Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus and Toyota-Scion. With her are Kevin Burdick, right, and Kelly Pelcher.

Andrea Moore, center, was the lucky grand prize winner at Keep the Ball Rolling, an event Baker High School seniors and their guests attended after senior ball. Moore won a 2005 Toyota Corolla, which was generously donated by Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus and Toyota-Scion. With her are Kevin Burdick, right, and Kelly Pelcher.

— Andrea Moore, center, was the lucky grand prize winner at Keep the Ball Rolling, an event Baker High School seniors and their guests attended after senior ball. Moore won a 2005 Toyota Corolla, which was generously donated by Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus and Toyota-Scion. With her are Kevin Burdick, right, and Kelly Pelcher. Moore wasn’t the only lucky senior as many of her classmates received a host of other gifts including flat-screen TVs, a laptop computer, an iPad II and gift cards. Laurie Noll, vice president and chair of KBR, extended a warm thank you to the host of volunteers who contributed their time and effort to make the event possible. Wendy Burke, donations chair, acknowledged all of the generous donations received by individuals and businesses in the Baldwinsville community. The combined efforts of the volunteers and those who provided donations and refreshments made the all-night alcohol/drug-free celebration a fun and safe event for Baker High School seniors and their guests.

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