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Club news: Safety Harbor Kiwanis Club names its September Student of the Month

From left: Safety Harbor Kiwanis Club president Pam Corbino, teacher Rob Ferguson, September Kiwanis Club Student of the Month Sierra Parks and her father, Harold Parks.

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From left: Safety Harbor Kiwanis Club president Pam Corbino, teacher Rob Ferguson, September Kiwanis Club Student of the Month Sierra Parks and her father, Harold Parks.

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The Safety Harbor Kiwanis Club named Sierra Parks, a fifth-grade student at Safety Harbor Elementary, as its September Student of the Month.

She was selected by teacher Rob Ferguson. In addition to being an A student in the gifted program, Sierra is cited for her caring smile, generous spirit and eagerness to help others at any time. During Safety Patrol duties, she does an outstanding job and is always helping other students.

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Club news: Safety Harbor Kiwanis Club names its September Student of the Month 10/31/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 5:13pm]
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