Boosting With Pride: Kennewick Track & Field Eager to Replace High Jump Pad
What school club is Boosting With Pride this year?
Kennewick High School’s track and field team gets a much-needed “boost” from Townsquare Media Tri-Cities and Jacobs & Rhodes Heating and Air.
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What does the Kennewick track and field team plan to do with this $1,000 boost?
Ty Cronenwett says the team’s high jump pad is “on its last legs and is falling apart.” This boost will rejuvenate a team that Ty says has “done a great job of dealing with the obstacles put in front of them this past year and a half,” as they eagerly prepare to hit the track once again.
Townsquare Media Tri-Cities would like to thank you for nominating several deserving clubs and sharing their stories with us. We would also like to thank Jacobs & Rhodes for rallying around our local schools as they take on the new school year.
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