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Singer High to hold events for 100 year celebration

By Alda Clark

We, the members of the 100 Year Committee, are getting very excited about our 100 Year Celebration coming up on Saturday, Sept. 5, at 4 p.m.

This is a one time event for the Singer community. You may wonder why we're excited. This will not happen again so we really hope to make this a special event.

We are hoping we still have basketball players who can play in the old timers games. We need both men and women to make up four teams. Is this going to be fun? I think so.

Cokes and popcorn will be furnished from the concession stand for everyone. After the game, food will be furnished along with special entertainment and a program. We hope to have a crowd of older Hornets to come out and enjoy the fun.

Centennial Pageant

Every great event needs a Queen or several Queens to reign over the festivities, so a Centennial Pageant will be held on Saturday, Aug. 29. There are divisions from 0-11 months to Granny, a division for just about everyone.

All divisions are open to anyone except the 13-14, 15-16 and 17-19 division which is open to only Singer students.

So far we have not had many register for the pageant but are hopeful many will register at the door.

Now, we must have a Queen.

If no one enters I'm going to add a division, "Over the Hill" and enter my self. I'll wear that crown.

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