No Evidence of Booster Club Fraud

An internal Kenosha Unified investigation into a booster club’s management of funds to support the Bradford High School football team found no wrongdoing. The matter involves the former Bradford End Zone Club, which was restructured recently with new bylaws, elected officers and other changes based on recommendations made by Superintendent Sue Savaglio-Jarvis. According to an executive summary of the investigation, from 2008-2011 alone the Bradford End Zone Club earned some $50,000-$70,000 annually and the “funds were used solely” for the Bradford football team The investigation and changes stemmed from concerns raised by Michele Vega and Kim Aker, who were co-chairwomen of the club’s fundraising efforts when their respective sons were on the team. The boys have since graduated.


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