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J.C. Price High School Reunion weekend starts tonight

SALISBURY — Alumni and friends of the J. C. Price High School National Alumni Association still have time to register for reunion activities June 20-21 at Hotel Salisbury on Jake Alexander Boulevard.
Registrations will be accepted from noon until 4 p.m. today and 1:30–3:00 p.m. Saturday.
There will be a Fish Fry and social tonight. Saturday activities include an 8 a.m. Prayer Breakfast, featuring nationally known alumnus, Major L. Clark III, a member of the class of 1964; a business meeting at 11 a.m.; a 6 p.m. Scholarship Awards Dinner; and an 8 p.m. “Old School” Dance.
In addition to these events and activities, the Salisbury Chapter will host a Hospitality Room at the Hotel/Conference Center. Trolley tours of downtown Salisbury and historical sites will also be available.
A registration package including all events and national alumni dues is available for $85.
Tickets are also available for individual events.
For more information or to pre-register, contact Deja Morgan-Spann, 704-797-0002. Leave your name and number, and your call will be returned.

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