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    Running is a big part of the team philosophy at the Lehmbecker Law Firm, especially because the firm’s founder, Larry Lehmbecker, is a three-time Ironman Triathlon finisher. For Lehmbecker, the lesson involved with running and fitness is simple and involves those who step forward and continue to push themselves being successful in a race and life itself.

    The life lessons and the physical/mental benefits are just part of the reason why the Lehmbecker Law Firm has been encouraging high school runners through its Sprinting Towards Success Scholarship, which is a $1,000 college scholarship that is awarded to a graduating high school senior who has a bonafide passion for running.

    This Year’s Winners

    This year’s $1,000 First Place winner is Ben Wu, from Interlake High School!

    The Honorable Mention winners who received a $350 scholarship include:

    • Emma Story, Logos School
    • Bethlehem Gebre, Lindbergh High School
    • Lindsey Syndor, Mount Si High School

    Congratulations to all of the 2017 winners! We hope the best for you as you continue your personal race into college where your education and running regimens will go hand-in-hand towards success both in and out of the classroom.

    Larry A. Lehmbecker
    Firm Founder, Larry Lehmbecker, has nearly 40 year’s of experience fighting for the injured in Washington State. He is always eager to share his knowledge to help those in need.
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