Central High School Annual C Club Bar-B-Que Is Oct. 28

Friday, September 21, 2012

The Central High School Annual C Club Bar-B-Que will be held on Oct. 28 from 3-6 p.m. at Central High School. 

The cost is $11 a plate.  Tickets can be purchased by checks to: C club, P.O. Box 309, Harrison, TN  37341. 

Former students and supporters are invited. For further information contact Alan Pressley at 593-1139 or Eddie Test at 653-8005.

Former athletes planning to attend are Bill Sachs, Paul Elliot, Steve Thompson, Ronny Kincer, Jim Henley, Larry Hudson, Eddie Hoback, Terrell Garrison, Bill Harless, Clint Harrison, Rich Balthrop, Harry Phillips, Terry Parks and Dr. Robin Smith.

The two All American athletes attending will be Eddie Test “Basketball” and0 Dickie Phillips “Football.”




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