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The PRIDE POST            
                         
Dec. 4 , 2015
Campus News

Saturday, December 5
Holiday Performances

Monday, December 9, 7:00 p.m., Fine Arts Building
Acting 2 Class Play

Monday, December 14, 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., Charles Mack Center 

"Home for the Holidays", and "Jingle Bell Jukebox" - join us for an evening of festive music to help put you in the holiday spirit. Performances by MS Chorus, US Chorus, and MS Theater. MS Theater opens the night at 6:30 p.m.; and the choral groups take the stage at 7 p.m

Tuesday, December 15, 6:45 p.m., Charles Mack Center, Joe Knox Auditorium
Orchestra, Upper School Band III/IV, and Lower School Chorus



December 11th Non-Uniform Opportunities
 
MIDDLE AND UPPER SCHOOLS: 

Friday, December 11 is National Pinky Swear Day. 

Wear  ORANGE  with dress down bottoms for any amount donation (dollars only, no change, please).  100% will be donated to the Pinky Swear Foundation.

Twelve years ago, nine-year old Mitch Chepokas, terminally ill with bone cancer, made a pinky swear promise with his Dad to always help children with cancer and their families after he was gone. Mitch passed away on April 11, 2003, and shortly afterwards the Pinky Swear Foundation was established by Mitch's parents, Steve and Becky Chepokas, to honor the Pinky Swear Mitch made with his Dad. To date, over $4.5 million has been given to brave kids battling cancer, all of which went to ease the financial and emotional impacts experienced by these families during a very challenging time.


LOWER SCHOOL

Lower School students may wear holiday attire tops with uniform bottoms, no donation required. 
Upper School News 

 
Spanish Club is partnering with Caterpillar Ministries (local missions) this Christmas to help stock two Christmas stores at a local church for the Huntington Green Trailer Park community. Children may choose a gift for a family member and there is also a Parent Store where parents choose a gift for their kids. All these items are donated by families like ours! The donation box is located in Sra Gonzalez's room and they will be collecting donations until  December 14th.

Items Needed the for Children's Store:
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  • Gently used items for children to select as gifts
  • Lotions, jewelry, scarves, pretty trinkets for moms
  • Tools, cologne, picture frames, coffee mugs for dads
  • Teen-appropriate gifts like used video games, DVD's or books
  • Toys, books, blocks and games for younger children

Items Needed for the Parent's Store:
  • New toys valued at approximately $25 
  • Popular items include: Legos, Barbies, preschool toys, soccer balls, basketballs, make-up kits and gift cards to McDonalds or other fast food restaurants near the neighborhood.
  • If you prefer, we will accept gift cards to WalMart or Target and our staff will use them to shop for gifts to stock the store.

The Force Comes to Pine Lake

 
Calling all Star Wars fans!


Please email Mr. Ebenhoeh if you would like to purchase a ticket(s) to support Team SPORK at: paul.ebenhoeh@pinelakeprep.org


Justin Workman shoots game-winning free-throw.Talk about cool under pressure.
Apparently the Blues Brothers are fans of PLP Basketball!
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Swimmers in the News
(Mooresville Weekly)
The Game Faces of the Girls Varsity Basketball Team



 
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