4th Annual Project Perry Pride April 13, 2013

The 4th Annual PROJECT PERRY PRIDE is a cooperative effort of Perry students, Perry Township, and Perry businesses to honor the 43rd Anniversary of EARTH DAY and give back to our community on Saturday, April 13, 2013 with a Perry Township Spring Clean Up!  We will be making a difference for our Perry residents in need of this service. Perry student volunteers meet the Spring Clean up requests of Perry Township Residents.  Yards are raked, gutters are cleaned, school and township properties are tidied, and trash is removed along West Tuscarawas/Lincolnway and other Perry Township roadways.  These volunteers fill countless truck loads with yard debris to be taken to Perry Garage.  What a success!  Since its inception, nearly 1,000 students have volunteered for nearly 100 Perry Township residents in need of this assistance.

If you or someone you need could use some help with Spring Clean up projects, please complete the PPP Resident Request form and return to Project Perry Pride, 3737 13th Street S.W., Massillon, OH  44646 by April 1, 2013.  To volunteer or make a donation, please visit the The Perry Websitehttp://perrylocal.org/projectperrypride.   You may also contact Sherri Barth (PHS) at 330-477-3486, ext. 2011 or Keri Dean (Perry Township Hall) at 330-833-2141.   

Thank you Perry Students and Community

THIRD ANNUAL PROJECT PERRY PRIDE IS A SUCCESS!

31                         Resident Requests Conquered
200                       Volunteers
300                       Pairs of gloves
900                       Bags of trash
1,325                    Project Hours
50                         Pizza Oven Pizzas
400                       Mary Ann Donuts
50                         Subway Sandwiches
200                       Stahlheber Safety Orange Tee
41F                      Average Temperature
100%                   Priceless Experience
4/21/12                 This Year’s Date
$3,000                  Home Depot Foundation Grant
$1,462                  Perry Business Donations
$   540                  Resident Donations
4/13/13                 Potential 2013 Date

PROUD SPONSORS OF PROJECT PERRY PRIDE

Bob & Pete’s Floors Perry French Club
Cee-B Glass, Inc. Perry Service League
Home Depot  Pizza Oven 
Johnny O’s Inc. Rapid Restoration
Mary Ann Donuts Richville United Church of Christ
McKinley Aerie #2370 FOE Roma’s Radiator 
Mellet Animal Hospital Southway Fence 
Perfect Pet Boarding & Grooming Stahlheber’s
Perry Adult Booster Club Subway
Perry Art Club Trinity United Methodist Church
Perry Local Schools Waikem
Perry Township


THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Please show appreciation to these businesses for
making the 3rd Project Perry Pride a Success!

Any questions or suggestions may be addressed by Sherri
Barth at sherri.barth@perrylocal.org (330-477-3486, ext. 171)
or Keri Dean at kdean@perrytwp.com (330-833-2141)

3rd ANNUAL PROJECT PERRY PRIDE, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2012

CELEBRATE EARTH DAY WITH COMMUNITY SPRING CLEAN UP!  GET INVOLVED

The 3rd Annual PROJECT PERRY PRIDE is a cooperative effort of Perry students, Perry Township, Rapid Response Restoration and Perry businesses to honor the 42nd Anniversary of EARTH DAY and give back to our community.   On Saturday, April 21, 2012, volunteers will assemble at Pfeiffer Intermediate School at 8 am to head off to their assignments.

For Project Perry Pride 2011, over 220 Perry student volunteers met the Spring Clean up requests of 32 Perry Township Residents.  13 gutters were cleaned, 20 school and township properties were tidied and trash was removed for 2 miles along West Tuscarawas/Lincolnway.  These volunteers filled over 640 construction size trash bags and countless truck loads with yard debris.  What a success!  In 2010, only 26 residents received this assistance.

Please consider getting involved.  Forms for Volunteers, Resident Request and Perry Township Business Sponsors may be found at www.perrylocal.org at the Project Perry Pride.  We will keep our students healthy and safe through supportive families, schools and communities.   Any questions or suggestions you have may be addressed by:  Keri Dean, Perry Township, kdean@perrytwp.com (330-833-2141); Sherri Barth, Perry Local Schools, barths@perrylocal.org (330-477-3486, ext. 171).