Starting in the year 2000, and for each year after that, a group of alumni and interested supporters has worked with the Loudonville High School Seniors on a variety of Senior Projects, each of which had two goals. The first goal was to do something good for the community, and the second goal was to raise money for the benefit of the Loudonville-Perrysville Schools.
The annual Senior Projects have been diverse, starting with a Human Chain in 2000, and including other events like walkathons, dances, fashion shows, and dodgeball tournaments. Giving back to the community is always incorporated into the Senior Project, with the Helping Hand food pantry often benefiting from the fundraising efforts.
The seniors seem to find something new and fun each year, and as long as the community benefits, the adult advisors give the seniors free rein to organize and run the projects as they see fit.
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|2019||$4,398||Senior Night Live|
|2018||$3,612||Lip Sync Competition|
|2017||$2,922||Lip Sync Competition|
|2013||$427||Putt Putt Golf|
|2012||$1,455||Triple Threat, Cow Patty Bingo & Dodgeball|
|2009||$2,311||Dodgeball & Carnival|
|2008||$1,654||Dodgeball & Cornhole|
|2007||$4,650||Dodgeball & Cow Patty Bingo|
|2006||$3,510||Dodgeball & Fashion Show|
|2005||$4,470||Seniors Working Around Town|
|2002||$2,715||Dancing Through the Decades|
|2001||$2,863||Give Me Five|
|2000||$2,650||Link to the Millenium|