The Hannibal Evening Kiwanis Club (HEK), presented a check for $11,870, to Kids in Motion (KIM) and Teens in Motion (TIM) on Monday, Nov. 28. Pictured from left, front row: Mark Grieshaber (HEK), Jonathon Bergheger, Evan Watkins (KIM participants), Shelby Watkins, Antoinette Ludington (TIM participants), Dr. Michael McKenzie (HEK), back row: Mary Matychowiak (US Bank), Amy Vaughn (KIM/TIM Program Director), Larry Naggatz (HEK), Nicole Martin (KIM/TIM Supervisor), Matt Nelson (Continental Cement/Green American Recycling). Tom Boland (Tom Boland Ford) was not pictured. The donation resulted from a Sporting Clays Shoot sponsored by Kiwanis at Ka-Tonka Game Preserve in Ralls County on October 8th of this year. US Bank, Continental Cement, Green American Recycling, and Tom Boland Ford were large sponsors of the event. Kiwanis, KIM and TIM wish to thank all those organizations and individual donors who made the event such a success. KIM, under the umbrella of Douglass Community Services, Inc., is a pre-employment/services, learning and training programs for at-risk youth. The program teaches teens and pre-teens to value work, their community and their future. Actual employment is simulated, with earnings based on daily evaluations of attitude and performance. TIM, also under the umbrella of Douglass Community Services, Inc., is a program for preparing youth for success following high school graduation. This is accomplished through exposure to a variety of career and continuing education opportunities along with life skills training. KIM is celebrating its 20th anniversary in the Hannibal Area.