They're back!  WBKR's Cash Kids return this week with your chance to win up to $10,000!  And, we have carried on our tradition of having local elementary school students voice our promos and Cash Kid words.  This year, we visited Mrs. Tucker's room at Meadowlands Elementary and the kids were totally AWESOME!

Angel here and I had the absolute pleasure of getting to know and hang out with these fun first graders.  I have a teaching degree but have always worked with middle school students.  This group was like trying to herd a bunch of cats using a water hose.  It was exhilarating and exhausting all at the same time.  I went from being fun Ms. Angel to Drill Sergeant Sir over the course of the week.  They loved me all the same.

Each kiddo came with their own special personality which makes the words even more fun to listen to.  They were super pumped that they were going to be famous.

We have to give a MAJOR shout-out to these kiddos for stepping up and helping us out.

Mrs. Kushner's class:

Addy

Kensington

Camryn

Harley

Myles

Autumn

Harper

Bristol

Corbin

Asher

Oliver

Lucy

Ethan

Nicole

Tai

Skylar

Bryce

Kendall

Reid

December

Esmeralda

O’Mari

Jocelyn

Brantley

Mrs. Morris' class:

Brayden

Santi

Reed

Jeannie

Zolee

Addie

Carolyne

Paisley

Miller

Allie

Faith

Nevaeh

Maddox

Liam

Maggie

Caroline

Hazel

Serenity

Joseph

Everleigh

Bryson

Scarlett

Emma

Elijah

Angel Welsh

The kids were SO much fun and absolutely nailed their Cash Kids words.  For the next four weeks, you're going to be hearing them a lot here at WBKR.

So, here's how the contest works!  Tune in to WBKR starting Monday, September 20.  We'll have ten chances for you to win each day, that's 10 cash codes from a WBKR Cash Kid above who will give you a special "cash" word.  When you hear it, visit WBKR.com or the WBKR app and enter that word for your chance to win up to $10,000!

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