Seahawks player helps Junior Achievement of Washington celebrate 10 years of JA World

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AUBURN -- A member of the Seahawks  helped a local charity celebrate a huge moment Friday.

Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse joined Junior Achievement of Washington to celebrate 10 years of JA World.

His brother, Jamaal, who works with kids through JA, introduced Jermaine.

The Auburn facility houses JA Biztown and JA Finance Park, teaching students in our state business skills and financial literacy.

Q13 FOX News is a proud supporter of Junior Achievement and anchor Matt Lorch was emcee for the event.

Over the past 10 years, 170,000 students in this state have benefited from the programs at JA World. Junior Achievement also offers lessons on business, economics and life skills in the classroom.

If you would like to learn more or donate to the cause, log onto

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