PHS Gives Back to the Community
By Chelsea Fisher
Here are all the different charities and fundraisers going on at PHS around the holidays and how you can get involved.
The Cookie Drop: The Cookie Drop is simply baking or collecting cookies and distributing them to a site. Our school will be distributing the cookies to Northwest Ohio Hospice. Key Club wants to collaborate with all clubs to make this event extraordinary.
Hockey Fights Childhood Cancer: Perrysburg Hockey Players and Managers will be pre-selling t-shirts for the upcoming Gold Out Charity game on December 9th. They are $13 for sizes up to XL, and a portion of each will go to support the fight against childhood cancer
The Giving Tree: Student Council is sponsoring the giving tree outside the guidance office. Place hats and gloves on the tree and toys and books underneath.
Coin Wars: Junior Student Council is hosting coin wars from the fourth to the eighth to raise money for Hannah’s Socks.
Key Club: Throughout December PHS Key Club is ringing the Salvation Army Bell at Church Hills.
Blanket Drive: PHS Gymnasts will be collecting blankets to donate to Lucas County Children Services. The blankets are given out to comfort children when they come to the agency in need of services. The blankets may be of any size. Please bring blankets to school the week of December 4th to Friday, December 8th. to Coach Tulodzieski’s Room.
PHS Cookie Jar: The Perrysburg High School Cookie Jar is Thursday, December 14th! PHS/S is asking for donations of at least 2 dozen cookies (or buckeyes, brownies, cake pops, etc.) for our High School Staff.
Light Bulbs: Student Council would like to support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Buy a paper light bulb in the commons for $1 each.
We will also keep you updated if more events are announced.
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