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Students raise funds for kids

On Nov. 23, for the fourth consecutive year, Kenston High School students were “locked” into the school for a night of dancing and games and the challenge of no sitting between 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. during their fundraiser event for the nonprofit, A Kid Again. Students raised funds and in-kind donations leading up to the event, which have totaled $11,000 since 2017. This year’s goal was $20,000, and the students raised $20,063.

A Kid Again serves children with life-threatening conditions by providing consistent, cost-free activities that create meaningful shared experiences and joy-filled memories for parents, siblings and the child facing health issues.

‘Elf the Musical’ kicks off season

Kenston Center Stage invites the public to kick off the holiday season tonight (Thursday) in the Robert A. Lee Auditorium at Kenston High School for “Elf the Musical.” Showtimes are 7 p.m. tonight, tomorrow and Saturday. Mezzanine tickets are $14, floor tickets are $12 and balcony tickets are $10. Tickets can be purchased at www.KenstonLocal.org.

Students of the Month

Kenston Middle School announced their Students of the Month. Students selected for Student of the Month honors were sixth-graders Avari Amstrutz, Luke Armstrong, Morgan Cicek and Cullen Fehring; seventh-graders Ben Axelrod, Emma Hart, Mason Schur and Mia Strong; and eighth-graders Spencer Brownsield, Tegan Lewis, Devan McCabe and Martin Weber.

Kenston High School also announced their Students of the Month. Students selected for Student of the Month honors were freshmen Hanna Busby and Michael DuBois; sophomores Alexandra Ensign and Michael Yost; juniors Sean Gurd and Kylee Pierson; and seniors Victor Agresta and Julia Piazza.

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