Lima K-Kids awarded honors

LIMA — K-Kids is the largest service organization for elementary school students, with more than 1,200 clubs worldwide. Several Kiwanis student clubs, advisers and one club officer in the Lima City Schools have received honors from Kiwanis International.

The K-Kids at Freedom, Heritage and Unity elementary schools have been named Distinguished Clubs, the only ones in Ohio to get the designation.

Crystal Miller and Robert Day, of the Heritage club, Angie Meyer, of Freedom and Sarah Zeller, of Unity were named Distinguished Advisors. They were among nine in the Ohio District to receive the honor.

Heritage student Faithlynn Ertel was named a Distinguished Club Officer, the only one in Ohio and one of seven in the country.

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