ON-Lion Letter
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation and Brewers Charities in Milwaukee congratulate all of those middle- and high-school students in Southeast Wisconsin who have been honored by the Student Achievers Program this year.

For 21 years, the program has been recognizing academic achievement and effort.  This year, more than 24,000 students in more than 700 schools in 10 counties were eligible to participate.  Each awardee receives four complimentary tickets to a 2007 Milwaukee Brewers game at Miller Park, an honor certificate, and special mention in a local-newspaper supplement and online.

The impressive young Brew Crew squad, of course, is currently leading the National League's Central Division.

For the awards, academic achievement is measured by standards employed by each school.  The top six percent of students in grades seven through 12 are eligible.  Academic effort is measured by criteria chosen by each school's principal or teachers.  Six percent of students in grades seven through 12 are selected for exemplifying the best effort academically.

To the achievers, congratulations -- and enjoy the game!
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