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students busy at many events P-T FFA participated at the recent Okla. Jr. Cattleman's Beef judging contest held at Stillwater, June 6. From left: Cody Sadler, Jeremy McCasland, Brent Sadler, Brad Sartain, Chris Carroll; 2 nd row: Harley Runner Jacob Hart, Brooke Clay, Rob Ann Boreffle; 3 rd row: Austin McCasland, Drew Anderson, Charly Taylor, Bobby Lowery. P-T FFA placed first at the recent State Milking Shorthorn and Ayrshire Field Day held at Cushing. Bobby Lowery was high individual over-all. From left: Brad Sartain, Susan Holman, Bobby Lowery, Rob Ann Broeffle, Brooke Clay, Hannah Carroll. / P-T FFA traveled to Inola to the State Guernsey Field Day to practice their judg- ing skills and enjoy some of the best ice cream in Oklahoma. From left: Brad Sartain, Tara Fry, Rob Ann Broeffle, Hannah Carroll. THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday003-7 : Students attend SWOSU choral camp i l Around 130 students from around Oklahoma attended Southwestern Oklahoma State Univer- sity's annual choral camp held June15-18 on the Weatherford campus. The junior high and high school students participated in various activities, including a talent show, and worked on music in preparation for a final concert on the last day of camp. Among those attending were (from " left): Dorothy Hoskin, Cushing; Becky Pruitt, Rachel Oestmann, Jana Fisher and Kierra Morlatt, all " of Agra; and Caleb Carroll, Perkins. Carter receives $1,000 scholarship Stiilwater Wal-Mart associates are helping a local high school senior realize a dream by award- ing Stacey Carter a $1,000 col- lege scholarship. Stacey Carter recently received a Sam Walton Com- munity Scholarship, part of the Sam Walton Community Leader Award program sponsored by Wal-Mart associates. This year more than 3,000 scholarships totaling more than $8 million are being awarded to deserving students in Wal-Mart and SAM'S CLUB communi- ties across the country. Stacey Carter, a senior at Perkins- Tryon, received this award based On her strong academic performance and involvement in school and community activities. "We're pleased to support Stacey Carter in her pursuit of higher education and wish her the very best in the years ahead," said David Mooneyhan, manager. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. empow- ers its associates to serve the needs of their communities through the Wal-Mart Good Works initiative. Last year, associates of the company's 3,000 Wal-Mart stores, SAM'S CLUBS and distribution centers raised and contributed more than $190 million to charitable causes nationwide. Wal-Mart's unique grass roots approach to giving has ,, enabled the company to ensure '. that 97 percent of all dollars ' i. contributed by our associates are used in local communities. '.. More information about Wal- Mart can be located on-line at ' www.walmartstores.com. " Shop in Perkins/ PROUD OF THE qS l DN Americas Drlve.In. "Now That s A Pizza CouponV This Coupon For A LARGE PIZZA FOR A IUM CHARGE One Coupon Per Customer OPEN LATE after home games!!! 547-2800 US 177 & SH 33 Hours: " Breakfast "WOW hat's pizza!" Perkins 47.246 PERKINS JOURNAL Demons/ our future - www.theperkinsjournal.com Country Corer.r, HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Service and Repairs David tara, Owner/Manager 122 E. Thomas P.O. Box 254 Perkins (405) 547-5046 You Can Payne Oountv Bank Us! Payne County Bank . S. Main, Perkins, OK. (405) 547-2436 www.paynecountybank.com 1 Bankline-24 Night Deposit Drop Available 24 Hours, 7 Days a Week Lobby Hrs: M-F 8:00-3:00, Sat. 8-Noon F Drive-Up Teller: M-Th 7:30-4:00, Fri. 7:30-6:00 & Sat. 7:30-Noon Steve & Kristy Wiilingham PERKINSITRYON SPORTS BOOSTERS 246 S. Main 547-2414 !i: Proud to be a supporter of Perkins-Tryon students! Cimarron Valley Co-op 247 S. Main, Perkins 547-2423 SOUTH MAIN "PERKINS ,547-2555 Conveniently Serving Perkins For Over 21 Years 124 N. Main 5H33 and US177 ShortcakesDiner is proud to be a booster of Perkins-Tryon sports Gayla,Glen eCharlene 219 N. Main Stillwater Go! Perkins-Tryon Demons! GOOBER DRILLING Stillwater 743-2132 Chris McCutchen PERK INS BUILDERS SUPPLY Highway 33 and Sadler Road 547-2406 Larry and Pete