Plenty to look for with event

It is now time to register for the HHS all-school reunion banquet to be held at the Tabor College Shari Flaming Fine Arts Center on Saturday, Sept 14 at 6 p.m.—its back corner is located at the intersection of B and Lincoln and its entrance is located at the corner of B and Jefferson Street. Most of the parking for the Fine Arts Center is located on the north side of the building with some handicapped spots located near the north entrance (I won’t take your parking spot as I live close by and will be walking.).

I’m telling you this is a deal. Not only will you get a great meal, but also world-class entertainment as Greg Claassen and Friends, of Whitewater, will be here that night and all for $25.00 per person if you register by Aug 31.

After Aug 31, the price increases to $35.00. Our entertainer/ventriloquist has appeared at 3500 events all across the U.S. and Canada (He may know some things about us we don’t know—and was named a national winner in “Bob Hope’s Search for the Top” in comedy). I am looking forward to seeing him.

But wait, there’s more…

With your registration for the all-school reunion, you and your guest are invited to all of the Homecoming activities and reunion activities at school on Friday, Sept 13, including the homecoming game with Lyons at Joel H. Wiens stadium plus listen to up to three presentations by HHS alumni who have returned to tell of their careers since leaving high school

There’s still more…

Take a tour of the school and have school lunch for the modest sum of $4.00. Registration is on page 2 of the Oracle you may have received in the mail or print one out from the online version of the Oracle.

If you live near here, you will kick yourself for not attending.

You may have read about the 1982 HHS class ring that was purchased at a yard sale in Tennessee. We heard that one was stolen from a truck. And we think we may have found the own­­er…stay tuned. When I know I will post here.

I had been trying for a few days…I know I am slow…to renew my Dish Network subscription and get the same deal a new subscriber receives. I used their very cumbersome system and “press all of these numbers” routine. It told me to stay on the line and someone would be with me in five minutes—I hung up after 18 because it was time for lunch.

After lunch, I called again and left a message for them to call me. They called me later and put me on hold again. And I tried chatting with no luck. Then I called to cancel my service—this nice lady came on and gave me everything I wanted.

Want to know how to tell a boy tuna from a girl tuna?

Watch and see which “can” they use.

If you have comments or ideas, please e-mail me at joel@hillsborofreepress.com