Teen Maze, an experiential learning event that delivers powerful information to 7th grade students in Story, Boone and Greene Counties, was recently held at the Boone County Fairgrounds Community Building. This event is a “Signature Project” for Ames Golden K Kiwanis and Kiwanis clubs throughout the 3 county area. Four specific areas are addressed as the 7th graders navigate thru a life size “Maze”. 1. Health and Wellness, 2. Relationships, 3. Mental Health, and 4. Life Skills. Thirty Two Ames Golden K members spent better than 300 volunteer hours to help Youth and Shelter Services and fellow Kiwanis clubs to successfully stage a meaningful experience for the nearly 1,300 7th grade participants.
Pictured,Front, Left to Right-Bob Sperry, Gina Spohnheimer, Barb Brodie, Duane Brodie, Larry Trede, Gene Pollmann, Don Muff
Row 2, LtoR- Larry Vallery, Joe Traylor, Craig Fulton
Row 3, LtoR- Dennis Smith, Keith Folkmann, Ed Augustine, Alan Spohnheimer, Gerri Bugg, Wayne Hagemoser
Row 4, LtoR- Linda Peterson, Janet Olson, Jim Theilen, Ron Skrdla, Bruce Wight
Row 5, LtoR- Chuck Glotfelty, Ken Ziebell, Steve Olson, Norm Scott, John Arthur
Back, LtoR- Dennis Senne, Dick Wilson, Dennis Tice, Pete Peterson
Not Pictured, Jim Cornette, Jim Penney