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   Student Mayor Logan Warfle 
May 2017

  LOGAN WARFLE (left), was appointed during the Thursday, May 4, Perry City Council meeting as Student Mayor for the City of Perry,
an honorary role she will serve until June 1, 2017.

  Warfle 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. She will also have a
priority privilege to speak.

  Warfle has been on the Honor Roll throughout her 4-year tenure as a high school student and currently ranks 11th in the
2017 Perry High School graduating class.

  She has also participated in extracurricular high school activities including serving as a 4-year member and captain of the
Varsity Soccer team and
3-year member of the Volleyball team. 

 

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  Student Mayor Kelly Hahn 
April 2017  

KELLY HAHN (left), was appointed during the Thursday, April 6, Perry City Council meeting as Student Mayor for the City of Perry,
an honorary role she will serve until May 4, 2017.

  As Student Mayor, Hahn 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.
She will also have a priority privilege to speak.

  Hahn currently has a 3.952 gpa and ranks tenth in the 2017 Perry High School graduating class.

  She has participated in several extracurricular activities, including being a member of NHS (National Honor Society);
4-year starter with the Varsity Soccer team (Captain in senior year); 4-year Basketball member (2-years with varsity and
Captain in senior year); and 3-year member of the Volleyball team. 

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    Student Mayor Courtney Grooms 
March 2017

 

COURTNEY GROOMS (left), was appointed during the Thursday, March 2, Perry City Council meeting as Student Mayor for the
City of Perry, an honorary role she will serve until April 6, 2017.

  As Student Mayor, Grooms 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.
She will also have a priority privilege to speak.

  As a Perry High School senior, Grooms has participated in several extracurricular activities throughout her high school tenure,
including: National Honor Society (president), LINKs (member) - a student group focused on working with special needs students,
student athlete with track and cheerleading.

  Grooms is proud that she participated in a 10-day medical camp at the University of Chicago known as NYLF: Advanced Medicine and
Healthcare, which gave her  insight in the medical field and excitement for her future.

  With a current 3.9 gpa (grade point average), Grooms is among the Top Ten students in the Class of 2017. 

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  Student Mayor Lindsay Waller 
February 2017

LINDSAY K. WALLER (left), was appointed during the Thursday, Feb. 2, Perry City Council meeting as Student Mayor for the City of Perry,
an honorary role she will serve until March 2, 2017.

  As Student Mayor, Waller 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. She will also have a priority
privilege to speak.

  As a Perry High School senior, Waller has participated in several extracurricular activities throughout her high school tenure, including:
PHS Symphonic, Marching and Pep bands; Clarinet Section Leader; Band Council; PHS Girls Varsity Golf team, including one year
as captain; PHS Girls Varsity Soccer; BPA (Business Professionals of America); NHS (National Honor Society);
and PHS Science Olympiad.

  Waller has also attained some notable achievements within her activities, including: the award winning Golf team that achieved
four consecutive Academic All-State awards; the Marching and Symphonic bands that consistently garner first division ratings at
Solo and Ensemble Festival; and 18th place in the Science Olympiad State award.

  After graduation, Waller aspires to attend a four-year East coast, out-of-state college, to study physics with a focus on astronomy. 

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 Student Mayor Destiny Crusan 
January 2017


 

   DESTINY CRUSAN (left), was honored during the Thursday, Nov. 3, Perry City Council meeting as Student Mayor for the City of Perry,

an honorary role she will serve until Feb. 2, 2017.

  As Student Mayor, Crusan 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.
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.

  A Perry High School senior, Crusan has attained numerous awards, including: an Academic Award, Academic Letter, Academic Medal,
American History Award, ANR Biology Award, Algebra 1 Award, Algebra 2 Award, Freshman English Award, Sophomore English Award,
Geometry Award, Global Studies Award, Government Award and Zoology Award.

  Crusan has strong educational goals after high school, including: earning a Bachelor’s degree at a Michigan college; attending
University of Michigan medical school; and completion of a Pediatric internship and residency to prepare for a Neonatology fellowship.

  She plans to pursue a career that allows her to better society one life at a time with an ultimate goal of becoming a Neonatologist at
C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. 

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  Student Mayor Bradley Cronk 
December 2016

 BRADLEY CRONK (left), was honored during the Thursday, Dec. 1, Perry City Council meeting as

Student Mayor of the City of Perry,
an honorary role he will serve until January 5, 2017. As Student Mayor,
Cronk 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.
  A Perry High School senior, Cronk has achieved several accomplishments including being a member of the National Honor Society
and National Youth Leadership Forum Alumni. He has also been honored as president of the Class of 2017, Shiawassee Scholar,
Student of the Month and Scholar Athlete as well as being a Perfect Attendance and Academic Letter recipient.

  Cronk has also volunteered as senior co-chair for the PHS Red Cross blood drive; served as assistant coach for youth sports; and
used his talent as an announcer for youth football games.

  Cronk plans to attend a 4-year college to study pre-medicine with the ultimate career goal of becoming a doctor and using his
education to help people.

  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 Jessica Beattie 
November 2016

    JESSICA BEATTIE (left), was honored during the Thursday, Nov. 3, Perry City Council meeting as
Student Mayor of the City of Perry, 
an honorary role she will serve until Dec. 1, 2017.

  Beattie is the first Student Mayor to be selected for the 2016-17 school year and the second year of the program.

  As Student Mayor, Beattie 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.
  A Perry High School senior, Beattie has worked diligently to attain a 4.0/4.25 gpa (grade point average) and currently
ranks first of 
121 students in the PHS Class of 2017.

  Beattie has participated in several community service projects as a member of BPA (Business Professionals of America),
including 
Pets on the Street, Adopt-a-Family, and the Clothes Closet.

  She has served as BPA president for two years and is a National Honor Society member, a Math/Science Tutor for
younger students 
and participates in various food and clothing drives.

  Beattie is also a Student Government for the Class of 2017, and has been a member of the Perry Bands Program for the
past eight years.
She has been honored to serve as PHS Marching Band Drum Major for two years as well as being French Horn
Section Leader during 
concert season and member of the Band Council.

  Beattie believes “to become an exemplary student, it is important to perform well in your course duties,
as well as striving to be a leader.

  She aspires to attend the University of Michigan in the fall of 2017 to pursue an education and career in the medical field.
She also hopes to audition and take part in the U of M Marching Band, possibly becoming their
“Woman up Front” (drum major).

  Prior to the beginning of the meeting, Mayor Huguelet (right) presented a proclamation to Beattie.

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