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Uck ready Legion start Buck was so pleased with pat forth by his Perkins- in the district that he can't wait to the American Legion effort was superb," Buck, baseball coach, we had played with that all year long we won at least 25 games." he emotion was there, the weren't. The Demons from the district with back-to-back e*.,,--,to Heritage Hall and .mu winner Perry. setbacks gave Perkins-Tryon record of 16-18. It was ra, st losing season as head a two-run ehich staked early 2-0 lead and TOny Rainey in the game at 3-3. The the game in the last seventh on a bases loaded, Sacrifice fly. Will coach the AA Perkins team, 16 and under, this effort and good just can't wait to get said. Troop 99 Ceremony Susan l)ul=s 26, Brownie Troop ceremony to and Fun Patches to This oppommity was those people who invaluable assistance performed a flag guests and sang throughout the year. Tonya Kliesen, Gibson, Nicole Dukes, Stephanie Christian and Jen- Those guests special Jeancmle Duffy and for their meeting Bell who served as Chair and Diane Cookie Chair. will hold an end-of- roast on May 17 Becky Morton's The Perkins Journal, Thursday, May 6, 1993 -PAGE s THE PERKINS-TRYON High and Middle School track teams take a break at the conference meet that was held in Bethany. The eighth-grade boys" place third for the Demons' highest team finish. Band Notes By Beverly Bittle The Perkins-Tryon band received a superior rating from all three judges at the Pops in the Park Band Contest held in San Antonio, Texas. The band performed Saturday morning. They returned home Sunday evening. +++++ The Perkins-Tryon Middle and High School choirs will compete in the tri-state vocal meet Thursday in Enid. +++++ The final band concert of the school year will be performed Monday, May 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the middle school gymnasium. Tina Blocker will be crowned band queen during the concert. Her attendants include Charissa Hazelbaker, Krissa Grider, Chelsea Cobb and Kathy Constien. The band will perform Johann Sebastian Bach's "Prelude and Fugue in B Flat Major," along with such contemporary hits as "I Dreamed a Dream" from the Broad- way musical "Les Miserables." David Eakle, a student teacher for the fall semester, will conduct "Ave Maria" by Franz Beilol. A zest-filled western number entitled "White River Canyon," and a medley from the musical "Cats," tiffed "Highlights From Cats," will also be performed. The choir will perform their con- test selections and a variety of popu- lar and standard favorites including "Cross the Wide Missouri," and "You'll Never Walk Alone." Special Olympics is set STILLWATER-The excitement, smiles and spirit of the Oklahoma Special Olympics State Summer Games will return Wednesday, May 12, through Friday, May 14, to the OSU campus in Stillwater. Nearly 4,000 athletes are ex- pected to participate in the 1993 State Summer Games. The three- day event will feature competitions in track and field, bowling, aquat- ics, powerlifting, motor activities, wheelchair events and Unified soft- ball. "The 1993 State Summer Games will once again be the largest am- ateur sporting event held in Okla- homa, and has historically been an extremely exciting experience for our athletes," said Wade Wilker- son, Director of Sports for Okla- homa Special Olympics. VFW meeting - STILLWATER - A regular busi- mess meeting of the Veterans of For- eign Wars Post No. 2027 and Aux- iliary will be held 7:30 p.m. Mon- day, May 10, in the VFW building, 5505 W. Sixth. Members are urged to attend. Refreshments will be served. OETA plans workshop Basketball camps and Payne and Lincoln County day- care providers and preschool teach- ers will have an opportunity to join other central Oklahoma preschool day-care providers in a unique free enrichment workshop presented by OETA's Literacy Channel on May 15 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Still- water. Early signees from Perkins for the workshop include Bertha Raines from the United Methodist Educate and Renee Lightfoot, Sonya Lawson and Kathy Cos from Lightfoot Day Care. The "Sesame Street" Preschool Education Program (PEP) is an en- richment tool intended to give day- care providers ideas for flexible, easy to use, age- appropriate activ- ities for 2 to 5-year-old preschool- ers. The two parts of the "Sesame Street" PEP training include active, controlled viewing of the Sesame Street television program baseball clinic set A baseball clinic and a couple of basketball camps have been set by the Perkins-Tryon High School coaches. First up is the clinic which will be held May 15-16 for youths T-ball to 14-years-old. The day camp will be from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 15 and 1:30 to 4 May 16. Head baseball coaches Bobby Buck, Perkins-Tryon, and Doug Scott, Ripley, will head the staff. Cost of the two-day clinic is $15. The Demon basketball camp will be held June 1-5 under the direction of PTHS head boys coach Rick Garrison. Jerry Burnett, PTHS girls' coach, will head the Lady Demon basket- ball camp June 7-11. Each camp is for boys and girls fourth through the eighth grade. Sessions will be held from 8:30 a.m. until noon and will include instruction in all areas of fundamentals. The $45 cost includes a camp T- shirt, basketball practice booklets, camp evaluation, playing time and an awards assembly on the last day. For additional information, con- tact the coaches at PTHS, (405) 547-2425. Personals Robin Elliott, daughter of Wayne and Nancy Elliott of Ripley, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moffett of Cushing, left May 3 for a three-week mission trip'to Romania. The sophomore, at Un/versity of Central Oklahoma, left with several other families from the New Convenant Fellowship in Stillwater. While in Romania, she will be working with Ilia Coroanm doing child evangelism and helping out at an orphanage. JUNIOR KRISTAL Bey/qualified for the state track meet In Moore this weekend after placing second in the regional 200 meters st Okmulgee. P-T BASEBALL = DETERMINATION + PROGRESS EXCELLENCE IN ATHLETICS R. WEBB PERRY WEBB County Bank Since 1898 Lobby: Mon-Fri 8-3 Sat 8-12 In: Mon-Fri 7:30-4 Sat 7:30-12 Member FDIC $47-2436 202 S. Main McANALLY'S VIDEo RENTALS 547-5183 Same day Service M-F Drive-Thru Convenience Formals-A Specialty Leather-Suede-Furs Expert Alterations Mon.-Frl. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sat. o -w Kristina - Charline