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Austintown Kiwanis Club holds sixth grade essay contest assembly

March 29, 2018
The Town Crier

If you had $50 to give to the local charity of your choice, which one would you choose to donate to and why?

Austintown sixth grade students were asked the same question when they were challenged to prepare an essay about their favorite charity for a contest sponsored by the Austintown Kiwanis Club. The essay contest was also sponsored by the Associated School Employees Credit Union (ASECU).

Out of 246 essays, six were selected by the committee, made up of Kiwanis and Fitch Key Club members.

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Austintown Middle School students winning the Kiwanis Essay Contest are sixth graders Samantha Heinz, Zack Mcburney, Ryan Arms, Alexa Kucher, Kaitlynn Crites, and Cayden Jones. In back row are Officer Josh Watkins, Fraternal Order of Police; Mariel Sallee, Kiwanis Club Member; Tracy Behnke, American Heart Association; Aaron Schwab, Keystone Blind Association; Evelyn Tkalek, Friends of Fido; and Dianne Fry, Kiwanis President.

On March 20 the Kiwanis Club honored the sixth grade winners during a special assembly. Winners were presented with a $50 check to donate to their favorite local charity.

The other big recent event for the Austintown Kiwanis Club was their annual pancake breakfast on Saturday, March 24 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Austintown Community Church.

 
 

 

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