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Plans have been finalized for the big Coleman High School Multi-Class Reunion to be held Saturday, October 19, at the Franklin Center at the Coleman Rodeo Grounds.  The theme of this year’s multi-class reunion is “The Paths Our Lives Have Taken All Started Here-CHS.” All former students are invited to join in the fellowship and sharing of the unique bond all former and present Coleman residents enjoy.

The CHS Class of 1969, celebrating its 50th anniversary reunion, is hosting the day-long event that will kick off with visitation at 9 AM and wrap up with an evening dance.

Registration and contact information is available on the CHSBLUECATS.COM web site, sponsored by the CHS Alumni Association.

Lunch will be served at 11:30 AM. Individual class meetings will be held in the afternoon. And the reunion will end with memorable musical hits at a dance from 7-10 PM.

A fund-raising auction will be held throughout the morning featuring a large variety of items donated by Coleman High alumni. Among the many auction offerings are round-trip airline tickets for two to any U.S. city, a weekend stay for two at Coleman County’s acclaimed Rancho Loma resort and a helicopter hunting trip on a Panhandle ranch.

A four-person scramble charity golf tournament will be held Friday, October 18, in conjunction with the reunion at the Coleman Country Club. Information is available at CHSBLUECATS.COM or by contacting tournament director Tim Parrott at 325-214-0508 or Alumni Association liaison Bob Mann at 512-560-8019.

All proceeds from the auction and golf tournament will benefit the Alumni Association scholarship fund which annually awards college scholarships to graduating seniors at Coleman High School. Alumni Association scholarships of $5,000 each were awarded earlier this year to 2019 CHS graduates John Deramus and Blair Phillips.