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  Student Mayors for the City of Perry 2015-16 
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  Student Mayor Madison Hardy 
 
 
  MADISON HARDY, was honored during the Thursday, April 7, Perry City Council meeting as the new Student Mayor of the City of Perry,
an honorary role she will serve until May 5, 2016.

  As Student Mayor, Hardy will assist Mayor James Huguelet with various ceremonial duties, which may include ribbon cutting ceremonies,
participating in parades and ceremonies and presentation of special recognitions/proclamations.
She will also have a priority privilege to speak.
 
  Ceremonial duties may consist of calling for public comment, leading the pledge of allegiance, acting as the presiding officer of a
city council meeting and introduction of topics and guests at meetings.

  Now a Perry High School senior, Hardy has completed AP Biology and is now participating in the Early College Program through
Lansing Community College. She has participated in the Perry Schools Band program since fifth grade, in which she plays horn and
performs in the Color Guard during the marching season.

  Hardy also competed in the Competitive Olympics at Baker College and won first place in the “Managerial Decision Making” competition.
She is also a member of the National Honor Society, past member of the Random Acts of Kindness Club, was Junior Class Representative
of Homecoming and member of the Senior Class Homecoming Court as well as being named student with the
“Most School Spirit” in the yearbook.

  As a high school athlete, Hardy has been active in volleyball for two years, basketball for 4-years (3 with varsity),
softball for 3-years (2 with varsity), and varsity track for 2-years.

  Her favorite sport is basketball, and as a sophomore won the “Most Coachable” award. This year as a senior, she won the
“All Conference Honorable Mention Team” award along with leading the team in free-throw average.
Hardy is proud to be a member of a team that has been league champions for two consecutive years.

  She has also volunteered for charity events including “The Forgotten Harvest” and “The Special Olympics,” and currently works at
Rambler Roast Café (the school coffee shop) as well as Hungry Howie’s Pizza after school.

  After completing the Early College Program, Hardy plans to transfer to a university to pursue a career in
Environment Science or Nursing.
 
  During the meeting, Mayor Huguelet (right) presented a proclamation to Hardy.
 
  The Student Mayor program was initiated by Mayor Huguelet to get students interested and involved in government along with
learning about local government.

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   Student Mayor Ryan Ferrigan 


 
  RYAN FERRIGAN (left), was honored during the Thursday, March 3, Perry City Council meeting as the new Student Mayor of the
City of Perry, a position he will hold until April 7, 2016.

  As Student Mayor, Ferrigan will assist Mayor James Huguelet (right) with various ceremonial duties, which may include
ribbon cutting ceremonies, participating in parades and ceremonies and presentation of special recognitions/proclamations.
He will also have a priority privilege to speak.

  Ceremonial duties may consist of calling for public comment, leading the pledge of allegiance, acting as the presiding officer of a
city council meeting and introduction of topics and guests at meetings.

  As a senior at Perry High School, Ferrigan has dedicated himself to academic excellence and currently has a cumulative grade point
average of 4.095. He is also proud of the leadership opportunities he has been afforded and put forth his best effort to make sure they
were accomplished to the best of his ability.

  Ferrigan has served as president of the National Honor Society as well as vice president of the Business Professionals of America.
He is very active with the Science Olympiad team and section leader of trumpets in the PHS Marching and Symphonic bands.
 
  In recognition of his position of Student Mayor, Ferrigan received a proclamation from Mayor Huguelet.
 
  The Student Mayor program was initiated by Mayor Huguelet to get students interested and involved in government along with
learning about local government.

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  Student Mayor Ellie Beck  

  ELLIE BECK, was honored during the Thursday, Feb. 4, Perry City Council meeting as the new Student Mayor of the City of Perry,
a position she will hold until March 3, 2016.

  As Student Mayor, Beck will assist Mayor James Huguelet with various ceremonial duties, which may include ribbon cutting ceremonies,
participating in parades and ceremonies and presentation of special recognitions/proclamations.
She will also have a priority privilege to speak.

  Ceremonial duties may consist of calling for public comment, leading the pledge of allegiance, acting as the presiding officer of a
city council meeting and introduction of topics and guests at meetings.

  As a senior at Perry High School, Beck has completed all the AP classes available at Perry High School and has been enrolled
in online college classes since her sophomore year. She has been a primary member of the PHS Science Olympiad team for three years
and participated in the state competition for two consecutive years. Beck has also been elected class president for four consecutive years
as well as being a member of the National Honor Society and Freshman Mentoring program.

  In addition, Beck has been a member of the exceptional Perry Schools band program since fifth grade and served as junior and
senior drum major. She has also served as section leader of the marching band as well as being a member of the Michigan State University
Children’s Choir since sixth grade.

  With aspirations of becoming a microbiologist, Beck will participating in the Early College Program in the fall, which will allow her to take
a full year of college classes at Lansing Community College, free of charge. As her education continues, she will transfer to MSU.

  In recognition of her position of Student Mayor, Beck received a proclamation from Mayor Huguelet.

  The Student Mayor program was initiated by Mayor Huguelet to get students interested and involved in government along with
learning about local government.

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  Student Mayor Robbie Massie  
 
 

ROBBIE MASSIE, was honored during the Thursday, Jan. 7, Perry City Council meeting as the new Student Mayor of the City of Perry.
He will serve in this honorary role until February 4, 2016.

  As Student Mayor, Massie will assist Mayor James Huguelet with various ceremonial duties, which may include ribbon cutting
ceremonies, participating in parades and ceremonies and presentation of special recognitions/proclamations.
He will also have a priority privilege to speak.

  Ceremonial duties may consist of calling for public comment, leading the pledge of allegiance, acting as the presiding officer of a
city council meeting and introduction of topics and guests at meetings.
  As a senior at Perry High School, Massie has served as a member of the Science Olympiad Primary team since he was a freshman.
He is also president of the Perry High School Student Council and vice president of the Perry High School Class of 2016,
as well as being a member of the National Honor Society and Freshman Mentoring Program.

  Massie currently ranks second in his class and maintains a difficult schedule comprised of advanced placement and
college courses.

  He proudly admits that he has been accepted to the University of Michigan, where he plans to study business and law.

  Massie will begin classes at U of M in the fall of 2016, with an ultimate goal of attending law school to become a
corporate lawyer.

  During the meeting, Mayor Huguelet (right) presented a proclamation to Massie.

  The Student Mayor program was initiated by Mayor Huguelet to get students interested and involved in government along with
learning about local government.


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 Student Mayor Caitlyn Reichstetter 


CAITLYN REICHSTETTER, was honored during the Thursday, Dec. 3, Perry City Council meeting as the
first-ever Student Mayor of the City of Perry. She will serve in this honorary role until January 7, 2016.

  As Student Mayor, Reichstetter, will assist Mayor James Huguelet with various ceremonial duties,
which may include ribbon cutting ceremonies, participating in parades and ceremonies and a priority privilege to speak.
Ceremonial duties may consist of calling for public comment, leading the pledge of allegiance, acting as the presiding officer of a
city council meeting and introduction of topics and guests at meetings.

  As a senior at Perry High School, Reichstetter has participated in Science Olympiad for seven years, where she has learned about
the environment and related concerns in Michigan and the nation.

She has also participated in the band program for eight years, theater for three years, Band Council for three years.
  Currently, Reichstetter is enrolled in advanced placement classes as well as college courses.

  Ultimately, she hopes to obtain a law degree and work as an environmental attorney to protect the world, nation and community.
 Reichstetter is interested in the role of local government and involved in making the community a better place to live.

  During the meeting, Mayor Huguelet (second from left) presented a proclamation to Reichstetter, who was later congratulated
by Perry Public Schools Board of Education President John Harris (left) and Secretary Charles Scovill (right).
 
The Student Mayor program was initiated by Mayor Huguelet to get students interested and involved in government
along with learning about local government.