EMHS Swine Week 2015 Total

Edmond Memorial’s annual community service project, Swine Week, began in 1986 when a small group of students decided to raise money for a friend in need. The students approached the principal, who supported the endeavor and even agreed to kiss a pig. $3,000 was raised, the principal kissed a pig, and Swine Week was born. 

Flash forward 30 years, and EMHS students have since raised over $5 million dollars for charity. Last year, we raised $524,452 for Calm Waters Center for Families and Children! Swine Week’s money was able to help Calm Waters continue their grief counseling programs and expand their outreach.

2017 Swine Week Recipient

2017 marks the 31st year of serving our community through this philanthropic venture, and we would deeply appreciate your support in our mission to help this year’s recipient, the Isaiah Stone Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting families that struggle with the impacts epilepsy. 

Renzi and Lee Anne Stone lost their son, Isaiah, when he was 11 months old from a seizure in the middle of the night. They spent the previous year battling with Isaiah’s frequent seizures and the lack of pediatric neurology care in Oklahoma. After he died, the Stone’s started a fund at Children’s Hospital in Isaiah’s name to help raise awareness about epilepsy. This, then turned into the 501c3, the Isaiah Stone Foundation. Their mission is to help families who care for someone with epilepsy in Oklahoma, support organizations seeking to cure the disease, and inspire others to lead. This year, we are collecting donations which would allow them to fund genetic testing, develop outreach programs, and provide grants for families dealing with this disease. Their impact will be so significant in our community because epilepsy is often overlooked despite its devastating effects on families. We cannot do this alone. Your donation and support would be greatly appreciated and would help impact the lives of so many Oklahomans in need.

Learn more about Isaiah Stone.



Amount Raised​



1986 ​$3,000​ Individual - Robin Orendorff Hogs & Kisses
1987 $3,200​ Individual - Saxon Vandagriff Let the Mud Fly!
1988 $3,000​ Individual - Ryan McCoy Ham It Up!
1989 $2,500​ Individual - John Reason Who Framed Squigly Piggly?
1990 $3,200.00 Individual - Eddie McAffrey Swine Me, Dine Me in 1990
1991 $3,000.00 Individual - Andy Reynolds When Pigs Fly
1992 $3,700.00 Individual - Jessica Lacy Pork Chop, Pig Slop, Pigs Reek, Swine Week
1993 $4,900.00 Individual - Toby Harris Hogs & Dogs
1994 $10,000.00 Individual - Kyle Shahan Swine Time!
1995 $10,000.00 Individual - Yancy Bain Dogs Going Hog Wild
1996 $15,700.00 Individual - Zach Jackson Bringing Home the Bacon
1997 $27,600.00 Individual - Jane Vanhoose Hog Heaven in '97
1998 $60,000.00 Individual - Carson Scott Bacon on the Beach
1999 $85,000.00 Individual - Matt Adams Welc-Ham to the Jungle
2000 $120,000.00 Individual - Britton Burnett Mihami Vice
2001 $172,000.00 Individual - Jesslyn Keith Jurassic Pork
2002 $185,000.00 Individual - Jim Linam Pig Floyd: Pork Side of the Moon
2003 $143,000.00 Individual - Joshua Ashford Jabacon Me Crazy
2004 $129,000.00 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Brave Hog
2005 $141,653.00 Smile for a Child Mardi Hog
2006 $145,000.00 Hearts for Hearing Peter Ham
2007 $220,000.00 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation New Pork City
2008 $264,000.00 OK Family Center for Autism Viva Hog Vegas
2009 $318,000.00 Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Pigelodeon
2010 $527,000.00 Jimmy Everest Children's Cancer Center Piggy Wonka
2011 $462,000.00 Oklahoma Children's Heart Center Hoggy Potter
2012 $475,709.00 Oklahoma Project Woman Pigsney World
2013 $353,011.00 Limbs for Life Star Boars
2014 $441,552.00 City Rescue Mission Monster's Oink
2015  $701,334.00 Angels Foster Family Network OKC




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