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The 104th THS Alumni Banquet is scheduled for Saturday, May 13th, 2017

For Banquet details, please scroll to the bottom of this page to see a copy of the program.  

Message forwarded by Harold Cox, class of '67

The 104th Thorntown High School Alumni Banquet will be held on May 13, 2017. This year we will be “Celebrating the Band”. The doors will open at 9:00 a.m. for visiting and registration. Group photos of Band Members, Band Teachers, Twirlers, PomPom/Drill Teams will be start at 11:15 a.m. We will begin to serve lunch at 12:00 noon. We have a fun filled program planned and we will do some reminiscing about “The Band”.   Please plan on attending.

Message from Patty Morton, class of '67

There will be a happy hour held for members of the Class of '67 from 5-7 p.m. on Friday May 12th at Cell Block 104 in Lebanon. Light appetizer will be served. Cash bar. Hope you can make it

About this web site

A few years back a comment was made at the Alumni Banquet  that the Association needed to look into setting up a web site to maintain communications among the Association members - snail mail postage was becoming a significant expense. Richard Harshman, class of '45 and I (Russ Crawford, class of '60) volunteered to do the research. Dick and I had a a few conversations then he had some personal issues come up. Richard Harshman passed away in 2013.  To make a very long story short, this web site has been evolving for the past 5 years or so as a communications tool for the members of the Thorntown High School Alumni Association. (The Association is the official keeper of the membership data.)  My personal priority has been to honor those who have passed. Secondly, I have tried to encourage members to get reacquainted with their old classmates. (Our youngest Association members graduated from high school 43 years ago.)

I was recently reminded of that "reacquainting" goal when I received a birthday greeting from a classmate, Nancy.  The last time I saw Nancy was at our graduation in 1960. It had been over a half century since we had spoken!  As we grow older, the more we cherish our childhood memories.  That is what this site is all about.  It is my sincere hope every member of the Association experiences the joy of getting reacquainted with classmates.

Several Association members have pitched in to help keep this web site from becoming a cob web stite. David Cook, Terry Fisher and Martha Maiden Randel have pitched in to help with photography and updates.  We could always use more help. If you have a hankering to help, please let us know.

By The Way, I notice Martha has a birthday coming up very soon - don't forget to send her a birthday greeting! (Simply click on her name in the birthday list at the right and then type away.)



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