California Fifth Graders Present Money to Kiwanis

The fifth graders of the California Elementary School were presented with special snacks on Friday, Jan. 14, in the school multipurpose room. The cheese, crackers and summer sausage snack material was provided by the California Kiwanis Club.


California fifth graders enjoy snacks provided by California Kiwanis Club in appreciation of the donation by the class of more than $2,000 for helping the children in the community before Christmas.


California fifth graders prepare to enjoy snacks provided in thanks for funds donated to help those in the community. Dr. Peter Kurowski, thanks them on behalf of the Kiwanis Club and Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA). Kurowski is pastor of St. paul's Lutheran Church.


Representing California Kiwanis, Dr. Peter Kurowski, left, thanks the California fifth graders for funds donated by the class, as CMCA's Client Coordinator Mary Jo Hartley, center, and County Supervisor Tawnya Clause prepare to express their thanks.

For more of this story check out the Jan. 19 issue of the California Democrat.


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