MLHS student wins trip to Super Bowl

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Courtesy photo Moses Lake High School freshman Jessica Williams won a trip to Super Bowl LII.

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Moses Lake High School freshman Jessica Williams won a trip to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, Minn.

Williams was awarded the trip by the Dairy Farmers of Washington Fuel to Play 60 initiative for starting the healthy eating and physical activity program at MLHS.

Williams’ contributions include a school-wide kickball tournament, flag football leagues, community fun runs and healthy food taste tests.

Frontier Middle School held a send-off for Williams. Williams also received merchandise from the Seahawks and Dairy Farmers of Washington plus all-expenses-paid travel to go with her tickets to the big game.

— Staff report

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