PES held the First Annual Steven A. Hunter Walk-a-thon on May 10th. The event raised over $5,000, which will provide over 1,700 power packs which equals 7,000 individual meals for elementary kids. Mrs. Amburgey, who spearheaded the event, says, "We had a great committee that helped make our first Steven Hunter Walk-a-Thon such a great success. It was a labor of love.We had a great time with enormous support from our staff, students and community." To read the PDT article, click here. To visit the Hunter Hope Fund website, go to www.stevenshopefund.org or search on Facebook for "Steven A. Hunter Hope Fund."
For more pictures of the Walk-a-thon, click here.
P. Pridemore surely did her part by collecting $160.90 on her own!
The Steven A. Hunter Hope Fund was started in memory of Steven Hunter, 2003 graduate of PHS, who passed away suddenly at college. The fund provides power packs each Friday for local students (all eleven public schools in Scioto Co., two in Pike Co. and one school in Adams). The Hunter Fund continues to be very generous to the needs of our students.
C. McKinley, 9th grade student and C. Thompson, 12th grade student were the 1st and 2nd place winners in the first Video Game Competition held by Mr. Cole's game design class.