Webster Warriors earn first place traveling trophy in this year’s JA Achieve-A-Bowl

(L-R) Abigail Pickut, Payton Faulstich, Jesse Allmon, Addie Deacon, Deacon Budka made up a team of Webster students at the JA Achieve-A-Bowl.PHOTOS SUBMITTED (Front Row) Lex Budka, Robert Williams, Laney Hale (Back Row), Ethan Podlesak and Kadence Carnegie were members of the additional team of students that represented Webster Elementay at the Junior Achievement Achieve-A-Bowl event at Quick’s Lanes.The Webster All Stars staff team: Crystal Fox Annette Hodges Kayla Fosler Aimee Rooney Tana HouinThe Webster Warriors staff team: Thomas Kinnaird Carrie McGuire Joy Carter Ann Vegso Cheryl Splix
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Webster Elementary School fundraising effort this year won the Warriors the right to display the Marshall County Junior Achievement traveling bowling pin trophy at Webster until next year.
The Webster Warriors raised over $1200 and came in first place for donations collected out of all of the teams that participated in this year’s annual Junior Achievement Achieve-A-Bowl fundraiser event.
Webster staff and students received the news and the trophy at Tuesday night’s annual Junior Achievement Achieve-A-Bowl event that was held from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Quick’s Lanes in Plymouth.

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