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Over $11,000 in scholarships to be awarded at Memorial Go Kart event. By Justin Poenitsch


March 28, 2017 – Slinger, WI – The application deadline is approaching to take part in scholarships awarded by Memorial Go Kart Inc. of Washington County.
In 2016 Memorial Go Kart participants raised over $11,000 to be awarded as scholarships to students in 2017.
The application deadline is Friday, April 14 2017, and all area students who meet the requirements are encouraged to apply.
To qualify students must have a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled, or planning to be enrolled in a 2 or 4 year program in a trade-related career.  Examples include auto mechanic or body work, welding, heating and cooling, construction, woodworking and electrical.
For more information and to apply visit www.memorialgo-kart.org and click on the “Scholarship” tab to print and mail the application before the deadline.
The 7th Annual Slinger Spring Car Show and Swap Meet is Saturday, April 15 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Kettle Moraine Bowl (Hwy 60) in Slinger.
All proceeds from the Memorial Go Kart brat fry go toward future scholarships. Admission is free to the event and it’s free to enter the car show.  More information can be found on Facebook at “Slinger Spring Car Show and Swap” or by contacting Justin Poenitsch at 262-689-1611 or [email protected]
Memorial Go Kart was inspired by one young boys dream to build and race a go kart.  Parker Klumb, 13, was killed by a hit and run driver in 2007 while riding his bike on Highway K in the Town of Addison.
His friends and community volunteers came together to fulfill Parker’s dream and the Memorial Go Kart was born.  2017 will mark the 10th season of Memorial Go Kart and today Parker’s dream is being fulfilled through hundreds of area youth.
To learn more or get involved visit www.memorialgo-kart.org

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