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Large crowd for Kiwanis

Marion Kiwanis Club had 23 people at its meeting Tuesday.

Cub Scout leader Javan Koehn updated the club on pack activities. Scouts will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Valley United Methodist Church for their monthly meeting. There will be a “bring a friend” barbecue at 5:45 p.m. Sept. 26. The scouts will participate in the Old Settlers’ Day parade Sept. 28.

Keith Collett, a former club member now working as a district court magistrate judge in Dickinson County, was a guest and led the club in singing four songs.

Marion High School business teacher Megan Thomas told the club about the applied business class’ project. The class is going to divide into teams to make, market, and sell a product for the year. The students are working on business plans and should be able to sell their products before Christmas.

There are 12 students in the class. Similar projects are going on at some of the other schools in the county, Thomas said.

Last modified Sept. 11, 2013