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Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Students at St. Francis, Abiding Savior

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The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Sophia Henson of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School and Tyler Grau of Abiding Savior Lutheran School as its Outstanding Students of the Month. The two were honored for their outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership they perform at their schools and in the community. Sophia and Tyler received a certificate of recognition and a gift card to a local store and the Dairy Queen on South Lindbergh Boulevard. They are pictured with their mothers, Sue Henson and Shelly Grau.

Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Students at St. Francis, Abiding Savior

Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Students at St. Francis, Abiding Savior

The Kiwanis Club of South County recently honored Emma Wood of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School and Lauren Oppits of Abiding Savior Lutheran School as its Outstanding Students of the Month. Emma and Lauren were honored for their outstanding academic performance, community activities and the service and leadership they perform at their schools and in the community. Each received a certificate of recognition, a gift card to a local store and to the South Lindbergh Boulevard Dairy Queen. Emma and Lauren are shown with their parents, Chris and Linda Wood, and Rich and Diane Oppits.

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