Youngest Rubber Duck Dash winner says car will stay in garage for a year-Jacob Krause
TEAM Auto Center Executive Manager Kent Holub crouches down next to Jacob Krause while Target employees Ally Backer and Meagan Young look on during a press conference Monday morning. Krause, 13, was the top winner in the annual United Way Rubber Duck Dash and returned to Alliance with his new 2012 Chevrolet Camaro.
Youngest Rubber Duck Dash winner says car will stay in garage for a year-Anthony Moreno
Anthony Moreno receives the keys to his 2012 Honda 4WD ATV from Kelly Sandberg, president and CEO of Sandberg Implement. Moreno purchased one duck at Walmart.
Posted: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 3:45 am
Jacob Krause had a good excuse for missing classes Monday morning at the Alliance Middle School. He had to go to Scottsbluff to pick up his new red convertible Camaro.
The 13-year-old eighth-grade student, the son of Jenifer and Ray Krause, is the youngest grand prizewinner during the 15 years of the United Way of Western Nebraska annual Rubber Duck Dash.
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