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LETTERS: Keep the Ball Rolling (KBR) 2014 was a huge success

To the editor:

Baker High School seniors and their guests attended Keep the Ball Rolling (KBR), the all-night alcohol/drug-free celebration which took place immediately following Baker High School’s senior ball on Saturday, May 31.

One lucky and very excited senior, Ryan Furcinito, received a 2008 Toyota Corolla LE generously donated by Burdick Automotive BMW, Ford, Lexus and Toyota-Scion for the event.

Other lucky classmates received a host of additional gifts, including an iPad3, Vizio 32” TV, Galaxy Tab 3 10.1”, Wifi iPad Mini, HP Printer, Panasonic Microwave, 3.1 cu ft. compact refrigerator, Vizio 28” Smart TV, Bose Sound Link Mini Bluetooth Portable Speaker and Beats Headphones. Needless to say there were many very appreciative and happy seniors.

Sherri Mackey, the 2014 Baker PTSA Vice President and KBR chair would like to extend a warm thank you to the over 75 volunteers who contributed their time and effort. Beth Hurny, Baker PTSA president, would like to acknowledge all of the generous donations made by individuals and businesses in our community. The combined efforts of the volunteers and those who provided donations and refreshments made the evening a fun and safe event for our Baker High School seniors and their guests.

In addition to the many individuals, businesses and organizations that were acknowledged in the June 4 edition of the Baldwinsville Messenger, we would also like to thank the following donors: Baldwinsville Gentle Dentistry, Bliss Bridal & Formal Wear, Downer Street TOPS, Clay TOPS, Cellairis Kiosk, John T. Damiano, D.D.S., Terry & Karen Engels, Fox 68, Kinney Drugs on Genesee Street, LaTresse by Renee, Mio Salotto, Nami’s Engraving and Awards, Sal’s Pizzeria, Starbucks, and Wonderworks in Destiny.

KBR 2014 Committee Members

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