Kiwanis Kids inducts new members


On May 13, the Old Richmond Kiwanis Kids (K-Kids) inducted 12 second graders as the newest members of the school’s organization. These students will spend their third, fourth, and fifth grade years completing service projects that benefit their school and community. K-Kids is an international student-led organization that provides members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership. Old Richmond’s club is affiliated with Twin City Kiwanis. Pictured in the back row are Anna Edwards, Tucker Smith, Katie Decker, Carly Edwards, Amia Maltez-Wood, Kayleigh Wright and Kaleb Hargreaves. In the front row are Bailey Huff, Nataleigh Perea, Tate Shore, Ben Black and John Jefferson.

On May 13, the Old Richmond Kiwanis Kids (K-Kids) inducted 12 second graders as the newest members of the school’s organization. These students will spend their third, fourth, and fifth grade years completing service projects that benefit their school and community. K-Kids is an international student-led organization that provides members with opportunities to perform service, build character, and develop leadership. Old Richmond’s club is affiliated with Twin City Kiwanis. Pictured in the back row are Anna Edwards, Tucker Smith, Katie Decker, Carly Edwards, Amia Maltez-Wood, Kayleigh Wright and Kaleb Hargreaves. In the front row are Bailey Huff, Nataleigh Perea, Tate Shore, Ben Black and John Jefferson.

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