TCCHS Alumni Association Offers Bricks, Mugs, Commemorative TCCHS Coins, and Post Card Items for Sale
The TCCHS Alumni Association continues to offer to the public bricks from the former Todd County High School (Elkton High School). The bricks feature a 1995 color photo of the school that was taken shortly before its demolition. As you may know or have heard, this is one of the five high schools that consolidated into TCCHS in the fall of 1963. The association still has available some mugs featuring the schools that fed into TCCHS in the fall of 1963. Mugs and bricks are available at “Something Special” in Elkton. Blank note cards featuring the former schools, South Todd, North Todd, and TCMS as well as Todd Central are also being sold at “Something Special” and at “The Purple Daizi” in Elkton. Cards sell for $5.00 for a pack of five; remaining mugs sell for $10.00 each. We also have a limited number of prints of TCCHS originally completed by Kim Daniel Rager for sale. During the 2021 school year, the TCCHS Alumni Association also had commemorative coins donated for the association to sell. These coins feature a current picture of TCCHS on the front and part of the alma mater on the back. The coins sell for $5.00 and are still available at “Something Special,” “Prim & Proper,” and “Sweet Caroline’s” in Elkton. We do hope to offer new items in the future.
Pictured below are the front and back images of the TCCHS commemorative coins. These sell for $5.00 each. (The front and back are the same coin.) We had a member of the TCCHS Class of 1972 purchase 69 of these as gifts to her classmates. When asked why she gifted the items, she responded the classmates were her friends of many years. These make excellent gifts for all occasions.