Explaining school bond, Andorf, Wicks beard Lions in den

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Perry School Board Vice Chairperson Linda Andorf and Perry Community School District Superintendent Clark Wicks found a friendly crowd at the Monday meeting of the Perry Lions Club at the Hotel Pattee. The school district leaders provided information about the Feb. 5 school bond referendum.

Bearing information about Tuesday’s school bond referendum, Perry School Board Vice Chairperson Linda Andorf and Perry Community School District Superintendent Clark Wicks found a friendly crowd at the Monday meeting of the Perry Lions Club at the Hotel Pattee.

The local Lions seemed well disposed toward the proposed $6.5 million project to double the size of the Perry High School Industrial Technology Department and add an all-purpose/wrestling room on the north side of the 18th Street campus.

Andorf and Wicks will present the information at the final public meeting on the ballot measure designed to inform school district voters about the details of the Feb. 5 bond referendum will be held tonight, Feb. 1, at 5 p.m. in the Perry Performing Arts Center at 1200 18th St.

The Vote Yes for Perry Kids committee released a signature page Thursday, covered with the names of local supporters. All voters in the Perry Community School District will cast their ballots Tuesday at the McCreary Community Building at 1800 Pattee St. in Perry. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.

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