Volume 53, Number 29

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, July 21, 2016

PCHS needs your help in the US Cellular Calling All Communities

It's time to show your school spirit. Calling All Communities has kicked off and Pickett County High School is participating to win the BIG MONEY. The math is simple, but the rewards are big: the school with the most votes wins $150,000, and the following 17 schools with the most votes will each win $50,000. As of Tuesday, Oct. 2nd PCHS is placed in 11th place but with the help of the community that number can go to #1.
Last year the Pickett K-8 won $50,000 in this contest with the help of the community voting. All you have to do is go by your local or any US Cellular business everyday and ask for a a voting code card and if your not sure how to enter it, drop it off by PCHS and we will enter it for you. With the help of students, parents, grandparents, extended family and friends Pickett County High School can say hello to a better future for education.
The contest ends October 21st at 12 p.m., so make sure you go by and get your voting code cards.

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