Everyone walked away a winner following the second annual Country Roads Physical Therapy “Booster Battle.” The athletic programs of Fairmont Senior High School and East Fairmont High School received a total of $640 following the Sept. 7th lunch battle where nearly 200 pulled pork meals were sold.
Following the success of the first Booster Battle in 2012, we were once again excited to host the event to help benefit each school, co-owner Michael Barkley said.
“Country Roads takes pride in being an active part of its community, and we know these donations will be put to good use,” Barkley said.
East Fairmont High School came out stinging like a bee with a total of $510 going toward their school-wide conditioning program.
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CAPTION: Michael Barkley, doctor of physical therapy and co-owner of Country Roads Physical Therapy, presents a $510 check to Mary Lynn Westfall, East Fairmont High School assistant principal, with students Hayden Stewart, Ronnie Mills, Mikayla Moore, Tori Postlewait, Kathleen Lantz, Sydney Postlewait, Jason Mills, Colin Harvath, and Breana Wright.