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Perkins County hosted a speech meet on Saturday, Feb. 1 and the Plainsmen speech team placed first in Class C as well as All Class after closing the day with 128.5 points following their performances. See page 12 for full story. 

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Jacob Woodmancy acts out his humerous prose, “Jimmy the Antichrist” at Perkins County’s invitational speech meet. Woodmancy went on to place first in the category, as well as in his duet with Matthew Wendell.

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Savannah Schmitt, who placed eighth in the informative category on Saturday, describes the incredible life of Amelia Earhart.

Perkins County speech team claims two 1st place titles

Perkins County’s speech team earned yet another victory at the Perkins County invitational meet on Saturday, Feb. 1.

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Perkins County band teacher Jasmine Lehl and choir teacher Alyssa Yapp accompanied several talented Plainsmen musicians who participated in the UNK Honor Festival on Monday January 27. Students performing were (l-r): Savannah Schmitt, Matthew Wendell, Jessie Craig, Summer Postelwait, Jacob Woodmancy and Ethan Terry. Students from almost 100 high schools in Nebraska and Kansas participated in the annual Honor Band and Choral Clinic hosted by the University of Nebraska at Kearney’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance. These PCS students practiced and auditioned for the UNK honor band and choir and were selected from almost 100 school districts in Nebraska and Kansas. The event included over 700 high school music students who worked with UNK faculty and guest instructors before performing two public concerts at UNK’s Health and Sports Center. The 5:30 p.m. performance featured the Festival Band and Honor Band, along with the UNK Wind Ensemble, and the 7 p.m. concert showcased the Festival Choir, Honor Choir, Women’s Choir and UNK Choraleers. 

PCS students participate in UNK Honor Festival



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