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All Class Reunion for Fulton High School graduates set for March 13

Fulton High School will have their 11th annual Multi Class Reunion on March 13. The event will mark the 95th anniversary of the Fulton High Red Birds. If you attended or graduated you are welcome to come. We would appreciate you letting us know so that the food prepared will be enough.

The cost is $10 per person and attended parking is $5. Included in the price of admission is finger food, a live band - the Rockin Redbirds, who are all Fulton Graduates and a DJ with Karaoke machine. There will be a dance floor and a cash, credit or debit bar. This venue is beautiful and across the expressway from Ted Turner Field. The web site www.legend183.com will allow you a virtual tour of the venue.

During the reunion, the organizers will be honoring our fallen heroes and if you have a name, send in the details to thewrightman@yahoo.com so that their name can be called during the night.

The organizers will also be honoring two faculty members this year.

Calling the Redbird Nation - the reunion will be elebrating the first City of Atlanta Football Championship in 1969. 14 years of continuous playoff seasons of football, the home of Evander Holyfield, and the Browner Brothers, 19 published authors, and much more.

Lakewood Heights may no longer be your home but for one day we will relive the special part of your life with friends from the past. The nine members of the Fulton High Multi Class Reunion cordially invite you to attend. Hundreds of people will be present, let’s make it a thousand.

Email Steve Watts at steveawatts75@gmail.com or David Wright at thewrightman@yahoo.com for more information.

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