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KBR donations begin to “roll” in

Chris Hayden, left, of Allstate Insurance will donate an iPad 2 to the 2012 Baker High School senior class for their Keep the Ball Rolling party.  Hayden is pictured with senior class’ student council president Colleen Morgan, center, and student council treasurer Emma Jeffery.

Chris Hayden, left, of Allstate Insurance will donate an iPad 2 to the 2012 Baker High School senior class for their Keep the Ball Rolling party. Hayden is pictured with senior class’ student council president Colleen Morgan, center, and student council treasurer Emma Jeffery.

— Chris Hayden recently announced his support of the Baker High School Keep the Ball Rolling senior ball after-party slated for Friday, May 25. Hayden’s Allstate Insurance Agency of Baldwinsville will donat an iPad 2 as an item to be raffled during the event, which begins immediately following the senior ball, and runs until 3 a.m. May 26 in the Baker gymnasium.

KBR is a drug and alcohol free event offered to senior ball attendees and collaboratively planned by the PTSA, teachers, students, school administrators and community volunteers. Now in its third year at Baldwinsville, the event draws several hundred students for its big-ticket item raffles, themed event activities and prizes.

Many more donations are needed to make KBR 2012 great. The committee is seeking donations of prizes, food, beverages, and money toward the success of the event. To donate, contact donations chair Wendy Burke at wendy.burke1@yahoo.com or 695-2534.

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