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Terrific Kids announced

Sixth graders at Lincoln, Voyager, Zion and Woodland elementary schools in Alex-andria, Garfield and Carlos elementary schools were re-cently named Terrific Kids.

Sixth graders at Lincoln, Voyager, Zion and Woodland elementary schools in Alex-andria, Garfield and Carlos elementary schools were re-cently named Terrific Kids.

Terrific Kids is an elemen-tary program of Kiwanis In-ternational. Kids who im-prove themselves and do good things for others in school, at home and in the community are recognized with a certifi-cate of achievement.

Top achievers also receive a business award from one of several business sponsors. Their pictures are on display at the Viking Plaza Mall.

At the February award ceremonies, 204 certificates of achievement were given out, along with 55 business awards. The business award winners are as follows:

  • Lincoln Elementary School - Melissa Vonderharr, Ian Heseltine, Katelyn Lang-ner, Sara Wacholz, Jade Bollman, Jack Wieberdink, Jack Anderson, Alia Clark, Sheridan Allen-Opp, Cassidy Petersen, Jay Kohls, Alicia Siira, April Jost, Kylee John-son, Jack Schouweiler.
  • Voyager Elementary School - Marisa Anderson, Adam Astrup, Maggie Pfeffer, Zack Tvrdik, Ellie Wallace, Chantele Berquist, Sara Fin-ley, Landon Jorgenson, Kim-berly Snell, Kelby Olson-Rodel, Hannah Graves, Sam Kuennen, Jacob Roers, McKayla Petrie.
  • Woodland Elementary School - Kayla Feldman, Ra-chel Nyrienda, Laura Timm, Zach Harstad, Mikayla Woods, Alanna Parker, Elise Anderson, Mariah Seible, Ky-lie Larson, Amanda Reese.
  • Zion Lutheran School - Justin Ohman, Sean Rice, Jazmin Steidl, Austin Becker, Marisa Hansen.
  • Garfield Elementary School - Rachel Kriese, Han-nah McCleary, Kendra Swen-son, Kaity Peterson, Trevor Strandskov.
  • Carlos Elementary School - Sara Dreger, Kevin Cambell, Mason Sukke, Emily Holzer, Cole Kimball.
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