pecial breakfast was held recognizing those doing good things in
Annual Children's Champion Awards took place Friday morning.
The River Front Banquet Center was packed with non-profit agencies and individuals dedicated to helping others.
Organizers say the goal of the annual breakfast is to celebrate champions in our community.
bout one-thousand people attended, i
ncluding 95 students from area schools were recognized.
t's just amazing to see these young people that have a passion for their community and a commitment for giving back .
They are great students, good people and they really want to share what ever treasure talent that they have," said Amy Krug, Executive Director with Priority Children.
here were a record breaking 180 nominees rec