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!
Latest News for Perry Local Schools
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.
The Pfeiffer 7th Grade Choir Show that was canceled for December 14th, has been rescheduled for January 11th at 7:00pm. Students have a mandatory after school rehearsal on Monday, January 10th, 3:00-4:30pm. Questions should be directed to Mr. Carver at email@example.com or 330-478-6163.
In the process of winning the 41 field of teams, Perry defeated the New Jersey state champions who are currently ranked 10th in the country. Taking 1st place for Perry was Artem Timchenko, Mitch Newhouse, Zach Dailey, and Jo Jo Tayse. Anthony Wise was runner up, Doug Mayes 3rd Place, Tanner Lemon and David Bavery were 4th, Isaac Bast 7th, and Josh Arrendale finished in 8th place.
Special recognition goes out to Mitch Newhouse for defeating the nations top ranked wrestler and Pennsylvania’s defending State Champion. Come out this Tuesday, December 21st, and see our Nationally ranked wrestling team take on Boardman and Austintown Fitch. The match will start at 5:30 in the main gym.
The Swimming and Diving teams both defeated New Philly this past Friday. A new school record was set by senior Kyle Riordan in the 400 meter freestyle with a time of 4:21. The swimming and diving teams will be competing against Boardman at Youngstown State on Friday and at the CCS Chirstmas Invitational on Saturday.
Last night, December 14th, the PHS gymnastics team beat Wadsworth with an outstanding score of 133.85. Sophomore, Julie Emmert placed 4th on vault, 3rd on beam, 3rd on floor and 4th in the all-around. Freshman, Rachael Jackson placed 1st on vault, 1st on bars, 4th on beam, 4th on floor, and 3rd in the all-around. Senior, Natalie Kile placed 3rd on vault, 4th on bars, 1st on beam, 2nd on floor, and 2nd in the all-around. Senior, Emily Kile placed 2nd on vault, 2nd on bars, 2nd on beam, placed first on floor scoring a 9.25, and winning the all-around. Also contributing to the team win were Halle Copeland, Jessica Dragomir, Ariel Swogger, Amanda Alden, and Tori Callahan. The next meet is Monday night in Wooster, against Triway.