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News : Plans For 2014 THS Alumni Reunion Set
Posted by Randy on 2013/9/3 9:46:58 (308 reads) News by the same author

Officers were re-elected, a donation was made and plans set for the 2014 THS alumni reunion when the Board of Directors of the Foundation Trust for Trenton High School held their annual meeting on Sunday.

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Dr. John Holcomb, Steve Maxey and Becky Allnutt Cochran were re-elected President, Secretary and Treasurer respectively to offices for the Foundation Board.

Members voted to purchase four new sideline benches for C.F. Russell Stadium at a cost of approximately four thousand dollars.  Officials are hoping the benches will be available for use this season once benches are secured for home and visiting teams.

Board members decided to allow the Foundation Trust to accept donations toward establishment of college scholarships at any level. A committee to study related policies was appointed consisting of Becky Cochran, Steve Maxey and Steve Muff. 

The Foundation will work with R-9 Superintendent Becky Albrecht and THS administration in accepting contributions of any size. As a tax-exempt organization, it will accept donations with tax documentation provided to the donor.

Good numbers of alums and guests were reported at the Friday night mixer, the Saturday open house, Saturday night dance and Sunday brunch as well as individual class celebrations. Committee members selected to organize the 2014 alumni reunion
week-end will consist of NiCole McHargue Neal, Anita Hammond Osborn, Stacey Leininger Clodfelter, Ladenna Robertson Keuhn, Tammy Veatch Smith and Katie McCullough Schmitt.  The Class of 1989 will be responsible for the annual reunion.

Members also will work with Foundation Board members and Karen Gentry Saul, the alumni coordinator.

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