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In memory of fellow Kiwanian Paul Guthals, Leia Roach was presented a scholarship check in his name. Roach plans to attend the University of New Mexico, Los Alamos and study art and psychology. Leia was a Key Club member and worked on several community service events including Zozobra and the Brianna Engleman Benefit Dinner. Pictured from left to right are: Morrie Pongratz, Key Club adult leader, Karen Kendall, Kiwanis vice president, Leia Roach, Anita Barela, mom, Brad Roach, dad and Gloria Guthals, wife of Paul Guthals. Kiwanis meets each Tuesday at noon at Trinity on the Hill Church in Kelly Hall. Kiwanis was founded in 1948 and is the oldest service organization in Los Alamos and focuses on youth projects. For more information on Kiwanis, visit their website at losalamos.kiwanisone.org.
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