Alumni Association Offers Bricks, Mugs, and Post Card Items for Sale
The TCCHS Alumni Association is offering 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 recall, this is one of the five high schools that consolidated into TCCHS in the fall of 1963. The association is also offering two versions of a mug featuring a pic of the former high school. One of the mugs features a 1995 color photo, and the other features a 1939 black and white photo. We also offer mugs for Trenton, Clifty, Sharon Grove, Todd Training, Guthrie, Allegre, and TCCHS. Mugs and bricks are available at “Something Special” in Elkton and also at “Prim and Proper Boutique” in Elkton. Blank note cards featuring the former schools 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; mugs sell for $10.00 each. We also have for sale prints of TCCHS, Todd County High, Sharon Grove, and the “Rebel Memories” print completed in the 1980’s by Glenn Robertson. We appreciate so very much the willingness of business owners to assist us with our fundraising efforts.
TCCHS Alumni Association Newsletters
In an effort to showcase the TCCHS Alumni Association’s goal to promote knowledge about the many graduates of TCCHS, we are providing for the public our first newsletters in PDF form. You should be able to click on the files below and view the newsletters. We do hope you enjoy reading more about the alumni association, and we also hope you will take a few minutes and complete the alumni questionnaire mentioned at the end of the second newsletter! As always, we encourage you to become a member of the association either as alumni of TCCHS or as friends of the association! Our mission statement reads “The TCCHS Alumni Association reaches out, connects, and celebrates its alumni and friends, embracing the present while looking to its future to build lifelong relationships and support of Todd County Central High School.” Enjoy!
The TCCHS Alumni Association has as one of its primary goals to showcase the many success stories of our alumni. In order to accomplish that goal, we need your assistance sharing your success story with the alumni association and others. Please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page and click on either the PDF or Word file to complete the questionnaire and return it to Carolyn Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org. As you are probably aware, we are also showcasing alumni in our alumni association newsletter that is emailed to alumni association members. We appreciate in advance your help with this project.