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KBR continues effort

After ball party provides safe fun for students

Brittany Butler, right, stands with the car she won during last year’s Keep the Ball Rolling event. With her is Kelly Pelcher of Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus, and Toyota Scion, the company that donated the car to the event.

Brittany Butler, right, stands with the car she won during last year’s Keep the Ball Rolling event. With her is Kelly Pelcher of Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus, and Toyota Scion, the company that donated the car to the event.

— According to parent Beth Liebrick, a 2011 volunteer, the KBR event is “amazing.”

“It was such a wonderful night for the kids. They were all so sweet and talked so much about what a great time they were having” Liebrick said. “Thank you for making the senior ball after party a night my daughter will always remember.”

Continuing their tradition of support, Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus and Toyota Scion announced at the beginning of the school year that it will once again donate a car to the event. Allstate Insurance’s Chris Hayden, Baldwinsville, has donated an iPAD2 as a raffle item, and the Optimist Club of Baldwinsville has generously committed a $1,200 donation to the planning committee for the event.

Coming up April 12, Hudson and Mowins will hold an oil-change fundraiser, benefitting KBR. More details to come on the oil change event.

To donate food, beverages, cash or raffle items to this important community event, contact Wendy Burke at 695-2534 or wendy.burke1@yahoo.com. To volunteer, contact Laurie Noll at laurie.noll@gmail.com.

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