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J.C. Price Alumni Association to meet at Holiday Inn for reunion

Salisburyó The J. C. Price High School National Alumni Association will convene June 17-18 at the Holiday Inn.
Price High School was closed in 1969. The National Alumni Association was established in 1986.
A highlight of the reunion activities will be the unveiling of an historical marker at the school site. The weekend will also include a business meeting, Red and Black Ball and class reunions. Classes are encouraged to plan meetings and events during the weekend.
The schedule includes:
Friday, June 17: Holiday Inn, 1ń5 p.m., registration; 2-5 p.m. and 7 p.m.-midnight, Meet and Greet in Hospitality Suite; 5-6:30 p.m., Executive Committee Meeting.
Saturday, June 18: 10:30 a.m., membership meeting at the Holiday Inn; Noon, unveiling of historical marker at the former school on West Bank Street; 1ń5 p.m., tours and individual class reunion activities; 8 p.m. Holiday Inn, Red and Black Ball, featuring music by MoeCom.Net and DJ Maurice.
A $50 registration fee includes annual dues and one dance ticket. Dance tickets are $25 each and may be purchased in advance and at the event.
The Red and Black Ball is the primary fundraising event for the national scholarship program which has awarded more than 50 $1,000 scholarships to high school students and has contributed to Livingstone College through the United Negro College Fund.
Persons may contribute to the scholarship fund by making checks payable to The J. C. Price High School Foundation. Mail to Mrs. Barbara Gaul, 728 Pinehurst St., Salisbury, NC 281244. For more information, call 704-633-3041.

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