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A big three-point play

 

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Rick Perry, right, treasurer for the Kimball Banner County Farm Bureau, presents a $195 check to Kimball Junior/Senior High Principal Gene Hanks for the three-point program during the basketball season. The Kimball Banner County Farm Bureau pledged $5 for every three-pointer hit by Kimball boys or girls basketball players for varsity home games in January. The teams combined to make 39 three-point baskets (25 by the boys and 14 by the girls) for a total of $195. The Interact Club has already earmarked $50 to go to the Spanish Club and help sponsor a Spring MORP Dance. The PBiS prizes will consist of several $5 gift certificates from local businesses in an effort to keep the money in Kimball. Hanks offered "a big thank you" to the Farm Bureau for its support of the school.

Rick Perry, right, treasurer for the Kimball Banner County Farm Bureau, presents a $195 check to Kimball Junior/Senior High Principal Gene Hanks for the three-point program during the basketball season. The Kimball Banner County Farm Bureau pledged $5 for every three-pointer hit by Kimball boys or girls basketball players for varsity home games in January. The teams combined to make 39 three-point baskets (25 by the boys and 14 by the girls) for a total of $195. The Interact Club has already earmarked $50 to go to the Spanish Club and help sponsor a Spring MORP Dance. The PBiS prizes will c...



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