Metro Kiwanis recognizes ‘TERRIFIC’ kids

Students honored by Huntington Metro Kiwanis as TERRIFIC Kids are (front from left) Margaret Guerre, Gabby Betterly, Hannah Haupert and Sophie Hart; and (back from left) Phoenix Stepler, Levi Shane, Brooke Beeks and Mason Lusch.
Students honored by Huntington Metro Kiwanis as TERRIFIC Kids are (front from left) Margaret Guerre, Gabby Betterly, Hannah Haupert and Sophie Hart; and (back from left) Phoenix Stepler, Levi Shane, Brooke Beeks and Mason Lusch. Photo provided.

Huntington Metro Kiwanis recognized 18 fourth grade students from Andrews, Flint Springs, Huntington Catholic, Lancaster, Lincoln, Northwest, Roa-noke and Salamonie elementary schools during the club’s 24th TERRIFIC Kids Night on April 24.

TERRIFIC stands for thoughtful, enthusiastic, respectful, responsible, inclusive, friendly, inquisitive and capable.

The students honored were selected by their teachers on the basis of outstanding performance and improvement in grades, homework and citizenship. They were honored with dinner, certificates and bumper stickers.

Students honored were Margaret Guerre, Brooke Beeks and Hannah Haupert, from Andrews; Sophie Hart, Mason Lusch and Gabby Betterly, from Flint Springs; Phoenix Stepler, from Huntington Catholic; Levi Shane and Jacie Wilfong, from Lancaster; Lillian Lemke, Patience Napier and Alexis Danielson, from Lincoln; Phoenix Coon, from Northwest; Kirah Klepper, Alivia Hernandez and Aubrie Cox, from Roanoke: and Arden Skidmore and Braylyn Pelphrey from Salamonie.

Also in attendance were teachers Teresa Johnson, Rebecca Carmien and Jamie Stevens, from Andrews; Janette Buzzard, Cindy Town and Jill Webb, from Flint Springs; Jacqueline Thomas, from Huntington Catholic; Kayla Whitacre and Angela Grube, from Lancaster; Rebecca Livingston, Lori Kline and Carolyn Smith, from Lincoln; Caitlin Gault, from Northwest; Heather Wohlford, Kimberly Becker and Kristin May, from Roanoke; and Cindy Brooks and Bridget Swaidner, from Salamonie.

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