Ian goes to St. Joseph's Apartments every 2 weeks and takes their old newspapers. It's a win-win for everyone.
She's a one of a kind helper at just eight years old and she's cheering on her sister and other teammates along the way.
This weeks Good Kid is Kyra Farrell
During a typical week you'll find her making blankets and pillow cases for the needy, cleaning up trash along the road, reading to kids and even putting up flags on veterans' graves.
Eight-year-old Dustin Sutter took on a project over the holiday season that will leave a lasting impression the whole year through.
The nine year old asked friends to donate to the ANNA shelter for her birthday.
The 8 year old has given her hair to the Locks of Love organization.
The 10 year old has a strong work ethic, which he uses to care for animals.
Deklan knows first hand what it's like to be without his dad on Christmas.
Ethan Pifer spent the weekend stacking non perishable food to deliver to the Edinboro Food Pantry.
Looking at happy little Mackenzie now, who's thriving in her new home in Corry, you'd never know that the first grader has been through the trauma of losing everything.
The everyday tasks to help out his brother have become a routine way of life for Brogan in the Carroll household. He even helps feed his sibling, who can't do it himself.
Nine-year-old Meghan Longo is taking her love for animals and making a difference.
Artistic, intelligent, and musically talented. She's leaving a mark on Harbor Creek High School as she does what she loves, and helps people at the same time.
She's a 2nd grader with a positive outlook.
When Hunter isn't helping her community or feeding the homeless, she's planning her future. Hunter wants to be a teacher.
Thirteen-year-old Noah Sheldon volunteered to help build a VFW float for the Perry 200 parade. But that volunteer effort led to an opportunity to escort a veteran in the parade.
The Junior Firefighter has a never give up attitude.
8 year old Jax Stone is fighting for his life, but despite a tough diagnosis he continues to put on a brave face and bring new life to the people and the world around him.
Jon Kernahan is a truly good kid, with a great big heart, initiative and positive attitude.
Samantha is a musician that volunteers for the elderly and animal shelters.
Aubrey has been interning all summer long with Senator Sean Wiley, and he says it's been a valuable, eye- opening experience.
Callie Johnson is an avid reader, often recognized as a "Gold Level" reader.
His nominator says he has a good heart and just knows how to treat people right.
This week's Good Kid is from Union City, Ashley Spaich
Emma's very artistic, and she likes to share her love through her artwork.
Eleven-year-old Natalie Franke is a big believer in community service, so she spent the weekend volunteering in the kids zone at Celebrate Erie.
Darby put up a drive through lemonade stand at her house to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network and JDRF.
This weeks Good Kid is Marybeth Malone.
Kiah Tolbert is a 5th grader viewed as a leader and role model by her peers and teachers.
Meet 10-year-old Nicole Faulhaber, a girl on a mission to raise money for the Anna Shelter.
Jessey Manison is a perfect example of how young people can give back to their peers.
This week's Good Kid, Brady Clark, learned this lesson at an early age.
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Fourteen-year-old Jack Mannion is one of the stars of the stage at Westlake Middle School, taking on a big role for this particular production.
Priyanka Rizal is a 7th grade student from Nepal learned English as a second language and now serves as an interpreter at her school.
Isabelle Southard was one of the featured youth artists at the Barber National Institute's annual art show this year.
Fourteen-year-old Hunter Beddick s a mentor and role model to younger children.
Good Kid: Samual Pyle
Michael is 10-years-old, and he teamed up with his peers to help raise funds for the fight against cancer.
This teenager used his creative skills to deliver a powerful message to his peers.