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The Peabody High School Alumni Association officers recently met to discuss and plan this year's annual meeting. We believe some new ideas will bring new excitement to our annual get-together. The meeting is centered around the football Homecoming game; the fun starts on Friday afternoon (10/11/13) at 5PM. PHS graduate Lewis Jetton and his band, Lew Jetton & 61 South will be performing behind the high school for anyone who wants to come and tailgate. Greg Hill, another PHS graduate, will be selling sandwiches, chips and drinks. The entertainment will last until 6:30, which will give attendees plenty of time to move to Walter Kilzer Stadium for the pre-game festivities. This year's opponent is one of our biggest rivals-the Gibson County Pioneers. Kickoff is at 7:30. If you have any ideas for something you would like to see at this year's meeting feel free to contact Terry Brown (731-693-3394), Jenny Corbin (731-414-0629), or Kim Reynolds (731-855-1097, ext 6)
The annual meeting will once again be held Saturday afternoon (10/12/13) in the Peabody High School commons area. The doors will be opened at 12 pm for registration and fellowship. The business meeting starts at 1 pm; we will hear a update of school business, announce the 2013 scholarship recipients, and elect PHSAA officers and any additional business that comes before the group.
The fun continues Saturday night at the Trenton Elks Lodge at 8 PM with a DJ supplying music that should bring back some great memories. Mark your calendar NOW for a fun-filled weekend.
I cannot impress upon you enough the importance of paying your annual dues and donations to the scholarship funds (see enclosed sheet). Any PHS graduate and their children are eligible to apply for a PHSAA scholarship. Even if you are not planning to attend this year's reunion, please strongly consider paying your $10 dues and any other donation you would like. I hope to see you in October!
Class of 1972
If your email address is not included in the PHSAA database PLEASE send it to PO Box 33, Trenton, TN 38382 so that it can be added. We are leaving the registration form on the website so that you can print it out and send in dues. They are NEEDED and APPRECIATED to keep YOUR Alumni Association alive.
2013 PHSAA Scholarship Winners
Chelsea Dawson, Dylan Slayton, Dayton Alford, Matthew Chesney*, Tyler Gadlen, Noah Allen, Courtney Alexander, McCarty Maxwell*, Elizabeth Haney, Janna Anderson, Allison Breece, Zac Bruketta, Peyton Nee, Zac Scruggs, Kaitlyn Wallace, Holly Beth Cole, Emily Johnson. High School Seniors whose parents graduated from PHS are eligible and may apply for PHSAA Scholarships.
We are adding the date of birth to our information for the registration forms this year so we can include it in our membership database. This information will be used to assist us with tracing members who do not inform us of their new address when they move. This information will NOT be used for any purpose other than the alumni association. The company that keeps our database does not sell their information or use it for any purpose other than keeping track of and communicating with our alumni. Your cooperation in providing this data as well as the year you graduated (or would have) is essential to keeping our database accurate. Thanks for your help!
The officers of PHSAA would like to stress that you do not have to attend the reunion meetings to be a member of the alumni association. The $10 membership dues help to pay expenses and a percentage also goes into the general scholarship fund. If you or someone you know would like to become a member we will gladly put you on our list.
We have experienced an unexpected delay in the publication of the Peabody High School Alumni Directory. The finished master copy is currently being prepared and will be sent to be printed within the next 30 days. The printing and binding process is currently taking approximately 10 - 12 weeks. When completed, directories will be shipped via the U.S. Postal Service directly to you from our contracted printer. We apologize for the delay and are certain that you will enjoy reading about the experiences of many other graduates.
Again, our apologies,
Alumni Research, Inc