will be holding their next meeting at Reedurban Elementary in the Cafeteria on Thursday, March 10th at 6:30 PM. We will be discussing events and schedules for the Spring Open House, Reedurban replica sales and future events in honor of Reedurban Elementary. All are welcome. If you have any questions regarding this committee, please feel free to contact Andrea Clements, Principal at 330-478-6150.
Congratulations to all of Perry’s art students competing in the Regional Scholastic Arts Competition. Award winners are Matt Meeks with a Gold Key, Amanda Cameron, Justin Woody, Cassie Guiler, Jamie Weinfeld, and Tara Dedman all receiving Silver Keys. Honorable Mentions go out to Caleb Snyder, Justin Woody, Matt Meeks, Amanda Cameron, Molly Craig, Cassie Guiler, Caitlin Korchnak, Amy Degasperis, and Michelle Mann. The Gold and Silver Key winners work will be on display at Kent State University in the Regional Scholastic Art Show, open now through February 4th. Matt Meek’s Gold Key drawing will advance to New York City for National Competition. Congratulations to all of our artists!
Classes will be held at the Perry Pool February 27th, March 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th, 9:00am – 3:00pm. Students are required to attend all classes to be certified. A pretest will be held at the pool on Wednesday, February 23rd at 6:00pm. The pretest consists of a 550 yard swim (front crawl, breast stroke), surface dive and retrieval of a 10 pound brick and a submerged swim. The cost of the class is $150.00 and is due the night of the pretest. This fee will include books and rescue mask. Students must be 15 years old by March 27, 2011. Class size is limited to the first 20 qualifying students.
For more information or to sign up for the class, call Willard Barriffe at 330-455-8074 weekday evenings between 9:00 and 10:00pm, the Perry Pool at 330-478-6157 or Jan Jordan at 330-832-4471.
Pfeiffer student, Logan Robinson, wakes up very early one Saturday a month and rides his bike, rain or shine, to Perry Christian Church to volunteer for the Angel Food Ministry. He heard about the ministry that provides food at a low cost to local families from PCC Minister Craig Ott and decided to get involved over a year ago. Logan and other volunteers begin at 7:00am sorting and packaging food for pickup. At first, Logan just pushed carts and loaded groceries, but he has proven himself and now is responsible for more important jobs and ways of helping people. Logan takes his servitude very seriously, and even turns down leisure activities and sports events in order to do his duty at Angel Food. The adults involved have taken him under their wings and are instilling in an already amazing young man what it means to serve others with joy, compassion and unconditional love. He calls his fellow Angel Food workers his adult friends!
On November 14th, the Perry Youth Football Competition Cheer Squad traveled to North Canton Hoover to compete. They took 2nd place overall. Congratulations girls! Pictured (front r-l) Page Archinal, Caragan Burick, Nicole Conley, Lauren Colemam, Rylee Lavelace, Kailyn Elliot (back l-r) Katy Krepp, Cassidy Burger, Emily Rodriquez, Lauren Cozzoli, Lauren Burwell, Stephanie Spencer, Peyton Clarke and Maranda Solomon.