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Metro Fayette Kiwanis does their part for community, world

In honor of Kiwanis Service Day and Earth Day, these Metro Fayette Kiwanians picked up trash along Hwy. 92 North. From left: Julian Campbell, President Melanie Myer,  Sydney Ninneman, Clark Ninneman, and Bill Webb. The club meets each Tuesday noon at IHOP, Fayetteville. Photo/Carolyn Cary

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