Tuesday, November 13, 2012
The committee will send your child a personalized letter — from Santa Claus, of course — along with a special coloring page, for $5
To raise money for this year's prom, the Hoover High Junior Prom Committee is getting a little help from jolly ol' St. Nick. The group will send out personalized letters — addressed to your child and signed by Santa Claus — for $5. The child also will receive a special coloring page mailed directly to the name and address provided. What's more? Santa will even mention a specific gift in the letter. The Junior Prom Committee works hard throughout the year to raise money for the event, said Nicole Makowski, Hoover High business teacher and prom adviser. "My junior prom committee members come to early morning meetings to plan our fundraisers and to sign up for duties; they come in during their study hall periods and even stay after school …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
These juniors and seniors were named to Hoover High Schools prom court over the weekend, and they sure do take a pretty picture, don't they?
Hoover High students celebrated the end of the year in style at the "Fairy Tales and Fantasies" prom at the Canton Memorial Civic Center over the weekend. Read on to see who made it onto prom court this year. Prom court: Juniors: Lauren Robinson and Mike Cudoto; Kiahna Saneshige and Jack Cummings Seniors: Emily Bergert and David Botschner; Cristina Ocrainicuc and Blake Burgess; Kate Pellini and Rob Kerr; Heather Ramsey and Clinton Owens; Amy Stephans and Alex Smith; Lydia Troy and Taylor Zhang Have you seen our Hoover High prom gallery yet? We got lots of great photos from our viewers! And it's not too late to upload your own.
Sunday, May 27, 2012
Take any photos of prom-goers over the weekend? Make sure to share them on North Canton Patch!
Hoover High students wore their finest this weekend as they attended their "Fairy Tales and Fantasies" prom at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. Were you there? Did you take photos? We'd love to see them! Just sign in to your Patch account and upload them to this gallery.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
Tons of videos, school news and the announcement that we're taking on bloggers. You didn't miss any of that, did you?
1. So North Canton Patch got a little video crazy and produced the following videos this week: 2. The North Canton City Schools Board of Education approved a two-year contract that includes a wage freeze at Wednesday night's meeting. 3. North Canton Patch announced it will take on unpaid bloggers. If you're a part of this community and have something to say, we want to hear from you. 4. North Canton City Council has one new member — Mark Cettera, who was sworn in at Monday night's meeting in City Hall. 5. Have you read Craig Haueter's Sports Hot Stove column from this week yet? What about the comments? As of Saturday night, there were eight insightful comments. Tell us, what would you include in a North Canton sports museum if we had one…
Saturday, April 30, 2011
Stylists at Salon at Belden Place gave free up-do's to girls and haircuts for boys in the North Canton-based Pathway Caring for Children. The kids were on their way to Pathway's prom Friday night
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Saturday, April 30, 2011
Children from around Stark County got the royal treatment at Salon at Belden Place Friday when hairstylists donated their time to give about 13 foster kids up-do's and haircuts before their prom that night. The kids attend different high schools throughout the county, but they came together through Pathway Caring for Children, a North Canton-based private nonprofit that offers foster care and adoption services. The Pathway prom took place Friday night at Shady Hollow Country Club in Massillon. The kids wore donated suits and dresses, said Kari Willoughby, vice president of training and development for the Junior League of Stark County, a nonprofit women's organization that worked with Pathway to create the prom. "I just think through this …