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Metro Kiwanis recognizes Riverview students

Posted: Friday, January 31, 2020

Huntington Metro Kiwanis recognized Riverview’s outstanding eighth graders at their meeting on Monday, January 27. Principal Jim Bragg introduced both outstanding students.

Recognized as outstanding girl eighth grader was Kinlee Landrum. Landrum is involved in volleyball, softball, Sources of Strength, Jr. Honor Society and 4-H. She is looking to attend college to possibly study engineering. She thanked Metro Kiwanis for the honor and her parents and family for supporting her. Landrum’s grandfather was also in in attendance.

Caleb Reust was recognized as an outstanding eighth grade boy. Reust is involved in basketball, track, Sources of Strength and Riverview TV. He is planning to go to college, but is undecided on a major at this time. He thanked Metro Kiwanis for the honor and his parents and family for supporting him. His sister, brother, grandparents and cousin were also in attendance.

Both Landrum and Reust were given plaques for the honor and will have their names engraved on the outstanding student plaque that was made by Huntington Metro Kiwanis member Jim Dinius. Both enjoyed a meal provided by Metro Kiwanis in their honor. Both were nominated by the teaching staff and were thankful to them for honor as well as Metro Kiwanis. Representing Riverview was Principal Jim Bragg. Bragg spoke about each student and how special they are and how they have excelled in their studies.

Shown in the photo, from left, are Jim Dinius, past Kiwanis Lt. Governor; Kinlee Landrum, Caleb Reust and Riverview principal, Jim Bragg.