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Warsaw alumni group makes plans for banquet

| May 27, 2021
At a recent organizational meeting of the Warsaw Alumni Association Executive Committee, it was decided the 111th annual Warsaw Alumni Banquet will be held Saturday, Aug. 21 at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, 23891 Airport Road. The church is located off U.S. Highway 36 across from the Walmart Super Center.
Jack Berry, Class of 1962, will serve as president, and the honor classes will be 1945, 1946, 1950, 1951, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1961, 1965, River View 1966 and River View 1970. This large number of honor classes is due to the cancellation of the banquet last year. Monty Tarrh (’59) will serve as president-elect, and Bee Buxton Lehner, River View ‘66, will serve as secretary/treasurer.
Dinner reservations will be limited to the first 150 registrants with a deadline of Wednesday, Aug. 11. Any graduate of River View High School who attended Warsaw Elementary and graduated from River View High School is eligible to attend.
The registration fee is $18 per person, and this will cover the cost of the meal and alumni dues. All graduates and guests will pay the same fee. Registration will be sent to all honor classes and to those who attended the banquet or paid their alumni dues within the past five years. Anyone who has not attended recently and desires to attend may call Jim Lawrence at 740-824-3890 or Lehner at 740-622-7556 for a reservation.
A dinner with baked steak, potato, salad, dessert and beverage will be served by the Schumaker Catering Service of West Lafayette. The registration forms will be mailed early in June. All who desire to attend should send their reservation in early.
Ten scholarship recipients in the River View Class of 2021 who attended Warsaw Elementary School received $1,000 awards at the River View Awards Assembly. Their names will be announced at the banquet.
A history of the Coshocton County Basketball League and Tournament will be available at the banquet for a $25 donation to the Alumni Scholarship Fund. These booklets cover a period of 1931-62 and are taken from newspaper reports. Each year is a volume of history of basketball in Coshocton County.

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