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Glenville High School picture compliments of Dick Fultineer 0 FORMIERuCLA"l:)FIFlCERS--PrevioUS cnoost dent body gathered togetherfra leaders of Glenville High group shot. Seated (left to right) are: Rita Frymier Huff, Tonabelle Turner, Caroline Kemper and Lenora Huff; standing, (I-r): Bernard Ellison, Dr. John Shock, Jesse Huff, Bill Rhoades, DaV]i:l Hall and Jack Reed. The presence of these leaders of yore was a strong draw at the Glenville High School Reunion, held on June 27-28, 2003. "We are trying to hit hard on get- ting more Glenville High School Alumni Association scholarship con- tributions. Now, 100 percent of the monies that our alumni donate go d rectly toward assisting our GtTme r County youths to earn -their higher educations. I affirm that not one red .cent goes into any administrative costs. As a bonus, your, contribution " is tax-deductible, too. Bill Gainer, GELS Alumni President ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ORGANIZERS - The Red Terror Alumni Association is comprised of many former GHS students. On Feb. 7, 2004, the association met in the Glenville State College Heflin Student Center to plan this year's event. From left to right are: John Gainer, Julie Murin Lee, Jesse, Lenora Huff, Dick Riddle, Carol Ford, Margaret Goodwin, Wanda Reed, Denzil Huff and Bill Gainer. This summer's Friday and Satur- day, June 25-26, 2004 Glenville High School Alunmi Association Reunion promises to be the best one yet. This ambitious prediction emerged during a February 6, 2004 exclusive interview of Alumni Association President Bill Gainer and Immedi- ate Past President Margaret Ann Miller Goodwin with the editors of The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder. Both of these committed and cre- ative GHS Alumni Association offi- cials confirmed this high potential for the 2004 Reunion which is currently being planned by a combination of dedicated local and out-of-county committee workers. Website updating Part of the reason for the improved reunion planning for this year is the updated Glenville High School web- site, President Bill Gainer relates with a voice of pride. "My brother, John, has assembled the latest and most inclusive alphabetical listing of gradu- ates to-date," Bill explains, mention- ing that any GHS alumnus or alumna can see if their best friend is listed in order to get an idea if they'll be attend- ing this upcoming reunion. In addition, John has installed some popular links on the website, opening up to Glenville High School's gradu- ates the latest information on the city of Glenville and Gilmer County, Glen- ville State College and Thomas and Irene Powell (the former president and first lady who the Association has made honorary graduates). Finally, there are several articles about GHS included, too, President Gainer adds to round-out the record. To log-on to this website,just go to www.glenvillehighschool.cO~n "You'll be glad you did, as the new format is pleasing," according to the Association's president. Special honorecs For any class reunion to be success- ful, however, much "blood, sweat and tears" must go into its planning, re- lates Margaret Goodwin, a GlenviUe native who now lives in Ohio. "For the Fri., June 25 'Pow Wow' which starts at 6 p.m. in the Gilmer County Senior Center, we want to put together a display of all of the GHS Scholarship Recipients and, then, to keep it up over the years," she relays, stressing, "We're very proud of these Continued on page 4B THE OLD POST OFFICE WHICH IS NOW THE COMMUNITY CENTER, CA~.LED 'COMMUNITY SHOWCASE' FORMER GHS PRINCIPALS, TEACHERS AND CUSTODIANS A STOREFRONT WINDOW DISPLAYING GHS'S ATHLETES -- THE REUNION'S HONOREES Sec. B: Life-styles --- Glenville High School Reunion The Glenville. Democrat