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Hartselle Enquirer

Alumni breakfast

| Randy Garrison
| Randy Garrison

Alumni Association holds college breakfast

The Hartselle/Morgan County High Alumni Association welcomed Hartselle High School alumni home for Christmas break with the annual College Breakfast.  The Association has been holding the breakfast for several years to honor HHS graduates and to let the recent graduates know they are still loved and welcome at HHS.

This year over a 100 alumni attended the breakfast held on Wed., Dec. 16 at Hartselle High School. Graduates from 2015 and 2014 as well as other years were in attendance. HHS graduates are considered honorary members of the Alumni Association as long as they are in college. Once they have completed their college work the graduates are invited to continue their membership, but are asked to pay a small membership fee each year.

Hartselle City Schools Superintendent, Dr. Vic Wilson and HHS principal Jeff Hyche welcomed the college students and talked reflected on many of the accomplishments the students have enjoyed. Both also mentioned how well HHS graduates continue to perform at the college level.

The Alumni Association had a large spread of food for the attendees, and no one left hungry. The food for the breakfast is donated by area restaurants, as well as cooked and purchased by members of the Alumni Association.

The annual event is held at Hartselle High the week before Christmas break begins.

The Alumni Association welcomes any Hartselle/Morgan County High graduate to become a member of the association. The mission of the association is to help fund needs of the high school that funds might not be available for, such as paying for the new sign at Hartselle High, and also offering a scholarship to a deserving senior each year.

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