Put It on the P.A

By Sharon Henson Pope Post-Dispatch | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), January 23, 1995 | Go to article overview

Put It on the P.A


Sharon Henson Pope Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Kristy Brown, a student at Riverview Gardens High School, and Sam Snyder, a student at McCluer High School, were winners in an essay and poster contest sponsored by Ford Credit Co. Kristy took third place and a $200 savings bond in the poster competition. Sam's essay was judged best of contest and won a $500 savings bond.

Peer leaders at Hazelwood West High School raised $70 to buy food for Hosea House. The group also collected clothes, books and toys. National Honor Society members at the school collected 2,600 food items for the Perpetual Help Mission.

Eight students from Pattonville High School have been selected for the junior and senior St. Louis Suburban Honor Choir. They are Tara Ashley, Nicole Delaney, Tracy Revell, Hollis McCormick, Cherilyn Russell, Bryan McDonald, J.R. Smith and Micah Woolfolk. Eight students have been named to the freshman and sophomore honor choir: Tara Shuster, Shana Lombardi, Angie Craig, Nikki Fortenberry, Dan Revell, Corey Lewis, Bret Burkard and Vince Wallace.

A recent blood drive at Riverview Gardens High School exceeded its goal of 60 pints.

Hazelwood East High School students contributed 4,947 items of food and $350 in cash to the Post-Dispatch's 100 Neediest Cases and to Operation Food Search. The school's drive was sponsored by the National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America.

Sumner High School had its first Martin Luther King Jr. Ribbon Day last week to encourage drug-free awareness. Prizes were awarded to the first-, second- and third-place winners of an essay contest.

Bryan Sykes, a sophomore at Riverview Gardens High School, has been selected to represent the school at the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Seminar in St. Louis this spring. The youth leaders will meet leaders in business, industry, education and government to discuss current topics. Sykes was chosen for his leadership skills. …

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