Kids in Motion (KIM) visited the United Way and the energetic group worked hard: they cleaned old yard signs that may have been older then they are and took the paper from the signs to recycle and saved the metal frames.

Kids in Motion (KIM) visited the United Way and the energetic group worked hard: they cleaned old yard signs that may have been older then they are and took the paper from the signs to recycle and saved the metal frames.

They washed and waxed the van, clean and vacuumed the inside. They sorted folded and put away over 150 campaign shirts and helped fold and stuff campaign envelopes. And while doing all that they took time to have their picture taken with this year’s United Way campaign chair Roy Hark.

Frank Di Tillo, with the United Way of the Mark Twain Area, described the group as “a great bunch, did good work and are a credit to the Kids In Motion program.”

The United Way supports KIM as part of the funding to Douglass Community Services.