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Dunbar Mass School Reunion
Three days of activities highlights the Dunbar Mass School Reunion on Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. 1
The parade starts at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31 at the East Spencer City Hall and culminates at Southern City AME Zion Church.
If you are an alumni, community group/organization, etc., contact the following for parade participation:
John Krider, 704-213-4409;
Tony Hillian, 704-640-4109;
Margaret Ingram-Jones, 980-234-1927 (leave a message only).
Forms will be available at the East Spencer City Hall building by Wednesday, Aug. 26; fill them out and leave them with the clerk.
For further information contact Reginald Massey, president, Dunbar School Alumni Association, 704- 458-1210.

Boyden High School (Salisbury High) Class of 1964
Oct. 11-13.
OctoberTour weekend. Our planning committee is updating its contact list.
If you have not already been contacted, send your information and info on other class members to BHS Class of 1964, POBox 262, Salisbury, NC 28145-0262. Info: 704-636-9142.

Boyden High School (Salisbury High) Class of 1969
Oct. 18-20, including a dinner on Oct. 19.
Alumni wishing to join the planning committee contact Debbie Young Carter at debbieandsummie@yahoo.com. All ‘69 classmates should send their contact information to Franklin Miller at fmiller@rsvpcomm.com

East Rowan High School Class of 1969
Oct. 19.
Dinner at St. Matthews Lutheran Church and other activities. Update your contact information at classof69eastrowanhs50threunion@carolina.rr.com;
or contact a committee member — Vernon Bernhardt, Priscilla (Ketchie) Burton, John Canup, Bonnie (Smith) Hinson, Gwen (Hess) Hudson, Jimmy Hudson, Alan Lyerly or Gail (Waller) Schwendinger);
or send your information to Class of ‘69, PO Box 936, Faith, NC 28041.

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