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FCC Awana Clubs recognize achievements and service

The Meritorious Award was presented to (from left): Sarah Jammer, Catherine Jammer, Jack Schindler Van Hoof and Hannah Wilson. Submitted photo1 / 2
The Timothy Award was presented to (from left): Sydnee Schaben, Asher Stein, Sierra Thompson, Brandon Krueger, Carrie Keller, Rachel Franzwa, Caleb Zehm, Hannah Larson, Micaiah Erickson, Noah Hank and Jeremiah Kozak. Submitted photo2 / 2

Submitted by Faith Community Church

Faith Community Church honored children and leaders at the annual Awana Clubs Awards Night on April 25. More than 300 children participated in the four Awana Clubs offered during the school year at FCC: Puggles (3-year-olds), Cubbies (4-5 year olds who are pre-kindergarten), Sparks (kindergarteners to second-graders) and Truth and Training (T&T, third- to sixth-graders). More than 150 adult leaders and leaders-in-training (middle school and high school students) were also recognized.

The Sparky Award recognizes students who have completed all three of the kindergarten through second-grade handbooks. This year the award was earned by Elisa Barlow, Evelyn Ford, Axel Gahl, Caleb Hank, Maelia Kissinger, Machaela Meyer, Olivia Schindler Van Hoof, Anika Schwartz, Josie Spaude, Karissa Thompson and Jacob Zehm.

The Timothy Award is presented to those students who have completed Truth and Training Books 1 through 4 and all associated activities. Recipients must have completed the sixth grade or higher. The Timothy Award was presented this year to Micaiah Erickson, Rachel Franzwa, Noah Hank, Carrie Keller, Jeremiah Kozak, Brandon Krueger, Hannah Larson, Sydnee Schaben, Asher Stein, Sierra Thompson and Caleb Zehm.

The Meritorious award is presented to those students who have completed Trek books 1 and 2. Recipients must be in eighth grade or higher. The Meritorious Award was presented this year to Catherine Jammer, Sarah Jammer, Jack Schindler Van Hoof and Hannah Wilson.

Awana Clubs meet at FCC at 777 Carmichael Road on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8 p.m. throughout the school year. Awana Clubs is an international, Bible-centered children's ministry providing local churches with weekly clubs and programs. Online registration for the 2018-19 year begins Aug. 15. Registration night will take place on Sept. 5 with a carnival and Magic Norm. The first night of Awana is Sept. 12. Check fcchudson.com for updates. If you have questions or would like more information, please call one of the FCC AWANA Commanders: Kim Grosz, 715.386.1447 or Lisa Burton, 715-222-5657.

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