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I & Area News r stands in for Morgan Chamber meeting Superintendent in for Senator the Perkins meeting to a conflict in information about includi an I done well. was the (hstrict had anticipa- CUts and the district's Hyder relxed daily attendance as compared to ago. The district lost $30,000 of their for. but not available. The budget will be school board 30. Hyder new high in time? In of Construction, he they were currently laying tile in the .south hall of the soth wing and when that's com- plete they will move over to the north wing. The tiling of the Corn- molts Area will begin July 1. 'q'hey still believe they will be finished by Aug. 1," Hyder said. "The contractors have ,also been nice enough to let us go ahead and do some thin now instead of making us wait until we taking possession." The 2003-04 school year will begin on Augttst 21. Hyder also annonKxM that he would like the Chamber to have a n'eeting in the new facilib' when its convetfient for both parties, so they can clg'ck out what the school has to offer. The Perkins Chamber of Con- merce also recognized their citizen of the month for June. Brandon Bruncker was presented with a certificate as part of being recog- nized for this hotx)r Kendra Stanek announced that the first annual meeting of the Greater Perkins Area Ecommfic Develop- ment Authority will be held at 7 p.m. on July 22 at the Lion's Den. A visioning session would be held during the meeting and she eno3- Kylee Shirm entertained Perkins Chamber of Commerce members by singing "Tomor- row" during the group's meet- ing on June 1 9. Shirm, 13, is a member of the school choir and receives voice lessons from Linda Hol- brook. She will enter eighth grade at Perkins-Tryon Middle School this fall. Photo by Moira Wiley aged everyone interested to attend. The next Perkins Chamber meet- ing will be held at n(x-)n on July 3 at the Lion' Den. Amy Brun is the scheduled speaker and she will dLscuss Star Spirit. National Honor Society announced School Chase Westfield, Gena Wollenberg- areas tbl- Calavan Stacey Jason Cundiff, =remy Graham, Hancock, Kinsey, Rusty Rudd-Reporter, Justin President Juniors: Becky Bittle, Amanda Bostian, Chris Carroll, Beth Davis, Brent DeMuth, Kyle Dollins, Tera Douthit, Stephanie Duffy, Jessica Dukes, Jason Fox, Jolynn Fultz, Jaycee Goes, Stephanie Hankins, Jeremy Hefner, Brandon Hills, Brad Hubbard, Chase Johnson,I Logan Kamer, Mattie McClain, Kerry Morton, Jessice Nichols-Treasurer, Niki Nimi, Jenny Payton, Brian Plank, Ashley Laura Tharp, Reynolds, Lexie Scott, Amanda s, Matthew West, 'Smalley, Erin Stollings, Andrew Sumrall, Charlie Taylor, Matthew Thompsen. Sophomores: Matthew Atkins, Katie Bale, Brooke Chapman, Brooke Clay, Sabrina Cundiff, Lindsey Dwinell, Trevor Fry, Ashley Geter, Cassie Gill, Lacey Grotheer, Zach Hall, Michael Jones, Linden Kinder, Gavin Knight, Kevin May, Nathan Moore, David Morgan, Whitney Ray, Summer Roper, Allison Rudd, Brent Sadler, Kat Sever, Stephanie Sharp. Kristina Singleton, Wil Skeen, Ashley Strauss, Megan Tarlton, Daniel Taulman, Damon Taylor, Ashley West, Jenna Wilson, TUBINg prices 1-1/8" x 16ga @ $.18/ft 1-1/4" x 14ga @ $.25/ft 1-1/2" x 16ga @ $.25/ft 1.66" x 13ga @ $.35/ft 1.9" x 11 ga @ $.49/ft SQUARE TUSIN$ Bundle prices Prea:ut Lengths * 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" x 14ga@ $.25/ft Regular Lengths 1-1/4" x 2" x 14 ga @ $.39/ft 318" 6ALV ABLI ] x l x l lga @ $6.00/joint (~20') 2x4xl iga @ $.99/ft for fencing l"x 3"x 14 ga @ $.59/ft & all accessories 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 3/16"@ $1.89/ft 3" 5"x 10ga@$1.39/ft caps, clips, spnngs 6" x 6" x x 1/4"@$3.95/ft New Structural Rebar - CEE PURLIN PIPE . ASK FOR RUSTY OR JAY! 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Perkins is a 2002 graduate of Perkins-Tryon High School, Perkins. THE PERKINS lune 26, 2003-3 Anita Sleeger & Daniel Belay Bolay-Sleeger to wed Anita Allen Sleeger of Perkins and Daniel Bolay of Perry will be united in marriage June 28, 2003, 5 p.m. at the Landmark Baptist Church. Ronnie Wilson will officiate. Parents of the bride are Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Allen, Perkins. Parents of the groom are Mr. & Mrs. Derrol Bolay of Red R(x:k. The maid of honor will be Tommie Jean Abbot, Perkins. The best man will be Ted Tren- ton, Perry. After the couple honeymoon in New Mexico, they will return to live in Perry. Bill Anderson, owner of the Railroad Yard, Inc. welcoming Kara Bilyeu, new marketing director. Photo provided Railroad Yard welcomes new marketing director q'h Railroad Yard, !a.  lrgad Yard|c. hould move proud toil a/ =nidthe future?iil.l cominented of Kara J. Bilyeu the new mar- on that vision by saying 'qhe keting director for the Railroad Yard, Inc. Bill Anderson IV, owner of the Railroad Yard, Inc. has a vision of how the add/don of a marketing depart- ment goes hand in hand with my vision of expansion and quality customer service". Bill further went on to say, "We are excited about the skills and education that Kara brings to this new position, and the opportunity for continued growth through marketing." Kara was quoted as saying "Our sales team here at the Railroad Yard, Inc. works so hard for the customers, ttmt the job of promoting Railroad Yard, Inc. to the local public will be easy. The real work will be in getting our name out to potential clients and educating people as to what we do." Kara will be heading up the: advertising, special publi- cations, website development, events planning, and local as well as out of state conferences. Kara is a new Stillwater resi- dent, with a strong background . in marketing, graphic design, and software training. ...... 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