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Parsons Kiwanis honor Bringing up Grades (B.U.G.) Students for January

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Parsons Kiwanis honor Bringing up Grades (B.U.G.) Students for January

PARSONS, KS— The Parsons Kiwanis Club honored eight sixth grade students from Parsons area schools for their academic improvements at their Wednesday meeting. The students were treated to lunch at the Peter’s Chinese, received a t-shirt and school supplies for their efforts. Students also received a certificate acknowledging their hard work and dedication to academics and citizenship. From left to right: Syyana Anderson, Mackayla Forbes, Kylie Jenkins, Hayden Bennett, Quinten Perez, Illyana O’Neal, Tori Peters and Mason Peak.

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