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Morning Sun
  • Mulberry plans 85th reunion

  • The 85th annual Mulberry High School reunion and banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Mulberry Senior Citizens Building.

    Pat Walden, alumni president, will give the welcome. “The Lord’s Prayer” will be sung as the invocation by Ernest Cattaneo, class of 1957.

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  • The 85th annual Mulberry High School reunion and banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Mulberry Senior Citizens Building.
    Pat Walden, alumni president, will give the welcome. “The Lord’s Prayer” will be sung as the invocation by Ernest Cattaneo, class of 1957.
    Members of the classes of 1938 and 1963 will be honored for their 75th and 50th anniversaries, and will receive pins commemorating the occasion. Classes of 1953 will be honored for its 60th anniversary.
    A business session will be conducted after the dinner, and there will be a time for those attending to share memories. Susan Rhodes, class of 1965, will give the benediction. The evening will conclude with a dessert bar and social hour.
    The banquet is not limited to MHS graduates, but will be open to all friends, spouses, relatives and any other persons who had a connection to the Mulberry schools.
    In conjunction with the reunion will be “Orange and Black Night at the Park” at 6 p.m. May 24. This event will be open to the public and those attending are urged to wear the school colors of orange and black. Activities will include a parade, turtle races and games, along with concessions and games. Those attending should bring lawn chairs if possible.
    Plans are also being made for the 2014 banquet/homecoming in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the first graduating class from Mulberry High School. A planning committee has been formed consisting of Ken Cattaneo, Bonnie Hoop Compton, Marilyn Moody Dubray, Kathleen Stewart Hennegar and Phyllis Tingley Phillips. Memories, pictures and memorabilia are being solicited for use during their presentation.
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