Coveted trophy up for grabs


March 22, 2006 at 2:12 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Race Chairman Tracie Lack and United Way Executive Director Denise Brodsky hold the coveted team participation trophy won by St. Charles Parish Schools for the past two years.
Ann Taylor
Race Chairman Tracie Lack and United Way Executive Director Denise Brodsky hold the coveted team participation trophy won by St. Charles Parish Schools for the past two years.
Businesses will again challenge St. Charles Parish School System for the highly coveted team participation trophy awarded by the Valero St. Charles United Way Bridge Run. For the past two years, St. Charles Parish Schools has won the trophy. Last yearís school team boasted over 300 participants.

This year, several businesses are trying their hardest to take the trophy away from the School Board, including Valero, who has offered to pay the entry fee for its workers and their families. This beautiful work of art was commissioned by Valero and created by internationally recognized local artist Matt Touchard.




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