Welch K-Kids help Angel’s House


From left are Hannah Davenport, Welch Elementary K-Kids Club secretary; Madison Insolia, second vice president; Ashna Patel, treasurer; Maggie Phillips, K-Kids Club president; Debi Fuchs, vice president of the Angel’s House Board; Ann Phillips, president of Angel’s House Board; Leigh Kinnard, K-Kids sponsor; Daphne Stephens, K-Kids sponsor. Not pictured are Ellie Dozier, first vice president of the K-Kids Club; and Madyson Aho, parliamentarian. 

The K-Kids Club at Welch Elementary again this year made a contribution to the Angel's House children’s shelter.

The members of the club held fundraisers this fall, and presented the representatives of the Angel's House Board with a check for $765.

These elementary school students are setting a great example as they learn how to participate in community service projects, said Lee Hunter of the White Oak Golden K Kiwanis Club.

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