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The 2010-2011 National American Miss Jr.Teen Kimberly Jester Volunteers at a Charity Golf Tournament for the Special Olympics!

 
This week Kimberly Jester, The 2010-2011 National American Miss Jr.Teen, made an appearance at a local charity golf tournament! Chad Hedrick, a former Olympic Gold Medalist in speed skating was hosting the event. The benefit is for the Special Olympics. Kimberly along with dozens of Olympians volunteered their time to raise money for such a special cause. The totals are not yet in on how much the event raised, but they are hoping it was upwards of $100k.  
"It was great to be a tiny part of something so meaningful in our community, benefiting a group of people that we admire and respect so much!" Kimberly Jester
                For more information on the Chad Hedrick Foundation Click Here!

Kimberly at the Special Olympic Charity Golf Tournament!

Kimberly with 3 former US Olympians!  (from left to right, Jeret Petersen, Derek Parra, and Chad Hedrick in total there is seven Olympic medals between them!)

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