Campus Happenings

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Current Activities (2012)
by Gregg Bursey '73

CHS has 1200 students this year….the main building is full and there are now 14 portable buildings on campus….so The Ex Student Association and Alumni are trying to help and organize to assist in major needs the school is facing the next few years. Much of the facility is aging and needs some updates. We hope to have some feed back from the school district in early 2013 on addressing these needs including addition to the building and removing the portables. I realize we have been lax in information flowing to our web site, I apologize for that, but the work has been going on and will continue to see our High School is ready for the future.

Members of our Association, Cathy Seifert, Libby Willis and I’m sure others in community have helped to preserve trees near the Middle School when a parking lot was added so the general landscape was not too disrupted. This past summer a portable building was placed in a poor location near our gazebo, I know Cathy Seifert was on the phone right away and it was soon moved to a better location. We have added Rick Herring as Association Historian. Rick is a past President of the Association and has been a great asset to CHS for many years. For those who use Facebook, our Facebook page is Carter Riverside HS Ex Student Association. There have been several others come up but we only have the one we try and post information.

Gregg points out that there are several Facebook sites referring to Carter Riverside Alumni; however, the Carter Riverside HS Ex Student Association is the only site that is sponsored by the Alumni Association.

Ed. note......Gregg is the current Vice President of the Alumni Association.

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Alumni Project Completed

 Gregg Bursey '73 tells us that the Football Tunnel project has been completed with one of the alumni paying most of the cost to get the Tunnel out on the field.  The Alumni doing most of the work with the billfold here was Allen Coskrey '



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