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NORTHSIDE, OH (FOX19) -

Kids from the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Cincinnati enjoyed a special day at Chase Elementary in Northside on Monday.

Awards ranging from 'most improved' to 'best dressed' to 'best smile' were given.

But that's not all.

Volunteers Mike McAlevey and John Godsman presented board members with a check for $25,000.

McAlevey and Godsman work for GE Aviation, and won the GE Chairman's Award. As the winners, they were able to give $25,000 to a charity of their choice.

The pair chose the Boys & Girls Club at Chase Elementary.

Congratulations to all of the children in the Boys & Girls Club at Chase Elementary School!

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