All Saints Catholic School Student Wins Aurora Health Care Alternate Jersey Design Contest
Kenosha, Wis. – For the past few weeks, the Kenosha Kingfish have been working with Kenosha area students in hopes to find an artistic design for the 2017 alternate jersey. The Kingfish received over 100 submissions from schools throughout the Kenosha area as part of the Aurora Health Care Alternate Jersey Design Contest.
After taking all designs into consideration, the Kingfish are proud to announce the winner – Grant from All Saints Catholic School. This look will inspire the design of the final product.
The jersey will be worn for all Kingfish road games and select home games throughout the season and will be auctioned off. The student will be given the opportunity to throw out a ceremonial first pitch, tickets for friends and family and their very own alternate jersey. The Kingfish would like to thank all who participated in the contest.
The Kingfish are proud to partner with Aurora Health Care to support their efforts to enhance patient care and help people live well. Last year’s jersey auction proceeds were donated to the Aurora Health Care Foundation which supports a wide range of services for cardiac care, cancer research, outreach services to the less fortunate, women’s health and more.
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