Thanks to all the residents and businesses who overwhelmed the school by a huge show of support. Total sales for the 13 trees was $2,106 translating into $162 per classroom.
The auction was full of fun and the bidding was fast and furious, keeping auctioneer Arvid Thompson on his toes.
Congratulations to the highest bidders and thanks to all who made it so much fun.
Last chance to catch the cultural event of the season
The drama festival is tonight (Dec. 13), beginning at 6:30 p.m. Junior high students will shine on the stage of the Cultural Hall at the Community Center. There will be four separate plays directed by Mrs. Mason. Come see the stars of tomorrow, and say you knew them when. This is a free event.
The P-S Annual Christmas Program is still one of the best holiday traditions.
If you think those children were cute at the auction, wait until Tuesday night.
Preschool through fourth-grade students are the featured performers at 6:30 p.m. Dec 17 in the P-S School Gym. Come early for a good seat.
Be a part of the P-S family and enjoy the ever popular “Hood’s 12-days of Christmas” which will once again star the youngest and most enthusiastic of our community for the event’s finale.
Old Time Fiddlers Jam
If you have not gotten enough music this month, then stop in at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec 18 in the Cultural Hall at the Community Center for the famous Old Time Fiddlers Jam Session. Local musicians will play foot-tapping music with a cultural or seasonal twist, depending on their moods.
Support for the school sets a great example
Tax Credit For Kids season is upon us. You can donate $250 of your tax money directly to the school.
P-S students have been blessed by years of contributions. Fine arts, athletics, science and computers are just some of the extracurricular activities that have benefited from the community’s generosity.
Send your $250 to P.S. Elementary P.O. Box 1150, Pine, AZ 85544.
For more information call 476-3283.
By contributing to the students, you are giving hope to the future. And by setting an example, you are demonstrating the art of giving.
Taking those lessons to heart, the P-S student council spent $250 on toys and the P-S Builder’s Club spent $220 on toys for children who might not otherwise have a Christmas present this year. Way to go, students.