Class of ‘84 donates to civic center project

The Napoleon High School Class of 1984 recently held its class reunion in the backlot of the former Central Elementary/Napoleon Middle School, which is currently the site of the Napoleon Civic Center. The civic center foundation is raising funds to renovate the auditorium and a portion of the former school and turn it into a civic center. In return, the class recently decided to donate $500 to the project. “We encourage other classes to consider doing the same thing,” said Class of 1984 representative Sheila (Scott) Jones. Pictured (from left) at the donation are class representatives Marsha (Meyer) Bischoff, Deb (Collins) Wulff and Dawn (Richard) Carter, Napoleon Civic Center Treasurer Jeffrey Tonjes and Jones.

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