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Three local KAY clubs awarded grants

(KNZA)--Three local KAY clubs are among fourteen across the state sharing nearly $84,000 in “Be the Spark” grants to create or improve places in their communities where teens can be more physically active.

The grants, through a partnership between Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas and the Kansas Association for Youth Alumni Network, were announced earlier this month.

The Holton Middle School KAY club was awarded a $15,400 grant for further work on the walking path at Holton's Countryside Park. The club plans to add ten exercise stations to the path and two sand volleyball courts.

The Royal Valley High School KAY club was awarded a $8,000 grant. It will be used to build a walking/nature trail near the school.

The Atchison Middle School KAY club was awarded a $600 grant. The grant funds will be used to add a flat screen television in the commons area. The TV will be used as a means to share public service announcements, offer yoga, dance and other activities, as well as spotlight activities happening at the school.





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