Letter: Many contributed to success of Van Buren school reunion

To the editor:

The Van Buren School Alumni Association committee would like to thank the following people for helping to make our reunion a success: Brenda Greathouse Miller, Kathleen Wilkerson Roberts, Valerie Lutes Edmonds, Lana Ping Dickmeyer, Rosalee Rose Ogle, Kathi Hedrick Smith, Donna Matlock Pennington, Phyllis Carmichael Lucas, Loretta Wilkerson Wheeler, Jim Ogle, Richard Wilkerson, Dorothy Cross Lutes, Betty Roush Manuel, Charles Roush, Brian Wheeler, Lori Tharp, Suzy Lutes Muzyka and the Christiansburg UMC.

We would also like to thank the Van Buren Elementary custodial staff for their assistance along with the Brown County school corporation for allowing us to use the Van Buren Elementary School.

We would like to thank the following people for their donations for our raffle: Twist & Twirl Ice Cream (Russell and Donna Fritz), Brown County Winery, Nashville BP (Steve and Vicki Payne), The Story Inn, Spears Gallery, Sweetea’s, Charles Roush, Maxine Ayers Melton, Betty Ayers Shaw, Kathleen Wilkerson Roberts, Moses Manuel, Valerie Lutes Edmonds, Lana Ping Dickmeyer, Good Nature Farm (Mike and Mitzy Salem) Cindy Lutes Thompson, Frank and Brenda Wheeler Zody.

Please mark your calendars for next year’s reunion, Saturday, June 10, 4-6 p.m., social, dinner at 6 p.m. This reunion is for anyone who attended Van Buren High School and the current Van Buren Elementary.

Thanks,

Loretta Wheeler, Brown County

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