Camp Fire of Northwest Ohio honored seven “Absolutely Incredible Kids” on May 21 at a luncheon and awards banquet at Winebrenner Seminary. The awards recognize youth accomplishment in seven categories. Each winners received a $250 check. Gabrielle Brown, Donnell, received the Advocacy award. She has spearheaded many efforts to help others, including a candy drive at Halloween for soldiers overseas and Teens for Jeans, a program that donates gently used jeans to kids in need. Kyle Dittman, Donnell, received the Diversity award. He has volunteered at Sunshine Children’s Home ever since he was a small boy and he’s always educating others on diversity and acceptance. Kaitlyn Casiano, Fostoria, was recognized for Family Development. Kaitlyn has incorporated service into every facet of her life—volunteering at school, church, home and community organizations. Alaya Fuller, Glenwood, received the Leadership/Community Service award. She is a school leader who uplifts her fellow students and devotes a lot of time to student council and serving her school and community. Dalton Alexander, Liberty Benton, received the Nature award. He is a quiet leader who helps out with his family’s farm and who donates the harvest from his garden to friends, neighbors, the City Mission and other groups in need. Madeline Woodhull, Glenwood, received the Talent and Skills award. She is an accomplished artist and top notch student who is always taking on new challenges to grow and learn. Makayla Slough, Donnell, received the Youth Development Award. She excels in academics and sports and volunteers her time with Special Kids Therapy.