If you went to the Jacktown Fair this year, not only can you now die happy, but there's also a good chance you saw Anna Durbin working the Bingo Hall with Harveys Aleppo Grange. The pace this athletic, just turned 19-year-old kept as she maneuvered booths and tables to hand out winnings, then gathered up quarters for the next round was a muscle-charged example of the moves she brought to the softball field and basketball and volleyball courts at West Greene High School during her record-breaking varsity career.  

After all, this is the kid who kicked off her freshman year as the first female backup place kicker on the West Greene Varsity football team, scoring offensive points – another historic first - while she was at it.   

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