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Rowland High School Hosts 50th Jubilee for Community September 26

Community Support Needed for Volunteer Event!

The entire community is invited on Friday, September 26, 2014 to celebrate Rowland High School’s 50th anniversary with a fun-filled, community jubilee! With a bow to its beginnings when Rowland was a small community where students were just as likely to ride a horse to school as drive a car, the 50th Jubilee will boast a good ole’ fashioned Country/Western theme. Everyone is invited: alumni, students, parents, faculty/staff (past and present), and community members. The campus will be filled with activities such as food booths to tantalize a variety of tastes, game booths, entertainment, a trip down memory lane, and tours of the new modernized facilities will begin at 3:15 p.m. Afterwards everybody is invited to the stadium to cheer the Rowland Raiders football team on to victory at 7 p.m.

Rowland High School Principal Mitch Brunyer is in charge of the volunteer committee. “Being a lifelong Raider as a student, teacher, and now principal of the school, I am very proud of its history and traditions. I look forward to highlighting the school and its connection to the community – we hope everyone can help support and attend this community event!”

COMMUNITY SUPPORT NEEDED:  Please help with this gala by donating funds and/or goods. All contributions are tax-deductible. Banners are available for purchase ($250-$1,000) for display outside the Rowland High School Tom Aney Stadium for the entire school year. Contact ASB Director Leslie Phillips at (626)965-3448 ext. 3323 or lphillips@rowland.k12.ca.us. For more information visit www.rowlandhs.org

 

FOOD & DRINK ITEMS IN NEED      SAMPLE OF OTHER ITEMS

Water bottles

Toys & giveaways for game booths

Hot dogs/Hot dog buns

Hamburgers/Hamburger Buns

Paint (cans of red, yellow, blue, green, orange, purple, black, and white)

Condiments

Brushes, Rollers, & Paint Trays

Soda, lemonade, ice tea

Plywood

Individual bags of chips

Poles/logs for hitching post & directional signs

Fruit or Fruit Trays

Tall metal stakes to hang lanterns

Veggie Trays

Hay bales

Rolls of Blue & white checkered tablecovers

Plastic Sleeves for Scrapbooking

Paper Plates & Napkins

Adhesive (Tombow) for Scrapbooking Pictures

Napkins & Silverware (Clear Plastic)

Picture Canvas/Framed/Acid Free Pen

Troughs for ice/drink storage

Mannequins, scarecrows/t-type poles to display

                DECORATION ITEMS

clothing

Any Country Western Items/Style Decor

2 x 4 – 20 ft. STD/BRT Premium Doug Fir (need 6)

Old Wagon Wheels

2 x 4 – 12 ft. STD/BRT Premium Doug Fir (need 28)

Fake Horses for hitching post

2 x 4 – 16 ft. STD/BTR Premium Doug Fir (need 21)

Wine barrels to use for tables

 

Cowboy Hats

 

Electrical spools for tables