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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Fifth graders Jason Edwards, left, and Ben Sutton top off their ice cream sundaes with plenty of sprinkles during the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Middle School site's spring awards event. This was the first year for the awards ceremony, and awards were given out for Smart Girls and Passport to Manhood - students had to attend at least 12 times - as well as outstanding students in music, dance, drama, and healthy habits.
Nicole Cooke | Democrat Fifth graders Jason Edwards, left, and Ben Sutton top off their ice cream sundaes with plenty of sprinkles during the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Middle School site's spring awards event. This was the first year for the awards ceremony, and awards were given out for Smart Girls and Passport to Manhood - students had to attend at least 12 times - as well as outstanding students in music, dance, drama, and healthy habits.
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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Fifth graders Jason Edwards, left, and Ben Sutton top off their ice cream sundaes with plenty of sprinkles during the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Middle School site’s spring awards event. This was the first year for the awards ceremony, and awards were given out for Smart Girls and Passport to Manhood - students had to attend at least 12 times - as well as outstanding students in music, dance, drama, and healthy habits.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Sixth graders Maggie Sparks, Madisyn Mabrey and Hunter Sparks take turns covering their ice cream in chocolate syrup, as part of the spring awards celebration Monday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Middle School site.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat Sixth grader Alexis Kerr chose to add chocolate syrup to her ice cream sundae, the favorite flavor among the students, after the spring awards ceremony Monday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Middle School site.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat All the students in attendance Monday received the Power Hour award, which meant they participated in Power Hour at least five times, at the spring awards ceremony at the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri Sedalia Middle School site. Power Hour is when students work on homework during their time at the Club.


 
 
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