Buckeye High School

March 2020

Big picture
Big picture
Big picture
Jacob Canedy
Big picture
Big picture
Big picture
Big picture
Big picture
Big picture
Bucks in the Spotlight Ep. 7 2020

All Dressed Up - Prom Dresses

This year our event will be held March 13 and 14, 2020.

G2k: All Dressed Up is an over-the-top boutique-style experience where girls can come and get a free prom (or formal) dress, shoes, and accessories for their big night. Yes, everything is FREE, but this is not just a giveaway. It is much more than that! We know that every young woman has issues with self-esteem, and these are only exacerbated by the ordeal of trying on dresses that are designed for the “ideal” body. Our event is designed entirely for the purpose of encouraging and affirming these young women as the uniquely beautiful and worthwhile young people they are. We are hosted by Harvest Presbyterian Church of Medina.

How it works:

Each young lady is met by their own personal shopper who will be their guide throughout the event. After finding their dress (and accessories), each young lady has the option of a professional glamour shot while all dressed up. Once back in their street clothes, the young ladies and their family are encouraged to partake in our Grace Café and chat while their dress is steamed, and all their new belongings are packaged. Finally, each girl is provided with a bag full of fun and free extras to enjoy.

For more information check out our website or find us on social media!

Website: https://g2kministry.com/

Facebook: @g2kharvest

Instagram: @g2kprom

Here is a link to our video of last years event so you can see our event for yourself: http://m.mp-app.com/voldrichphotography/G2k19_All_Dressed_Up/

Thanks so much from all of us at All Dressed Up!

Please use this LINK or the flier.

Mr. Buck Pageant 2020
Big picture
Hidden Talents
Big picture
Big picture
Big picture

Brrrrrrr! Hundreds take bitterly cold swim at 2020 Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump:

AJ Cur and his family took the plunge to help raise money for the Ronald McDonald house. Thank you AJ.


These brave souls traded their winter coats for bathing suits and flip-flops Saturday at the 17th annual Portage Lakes Polar Bear Jump, which raised more than $170,000 for the Ronald McDonald House of Akron and the Akron Rotary Camp.