Pictures will be taken at 7:00 pm that evening in the gym. A museum dedicated to Whitesville School will be on display. Any memorabilia items you would like to donate just for this event would be greatly appreciated.
The items from years past may be brought to the school on or before May 9th and picked back up by Tuesday, May 14th.This includes the special pictures being taken.
My entire family attended Whitesville School, starting with my late husband, Andy Averson, Jr. in 1938 as did our late son, Ronnie Averson in 1956 and our daughter Carmen Cooksley of Elizabethtown, KY went to school there also, starting in 1961.
Carmen was a cheerleader there, as was her daughter Sara Tetoff and Ronnie's daughter, Tracie Averson was also a cheerleader during her 4th-9th grade years.
Carmen's son, Andy Clyde Tetoff participated in many sports while at Whitesville School. The Whitesville School has been a big part of our family. I am very pleased to get to attend the birthday celebration. Hope to see you all there. You may email the following address for more info: Debbieanderson@charterinternet.com
Get well wishes to Frances Pisch of Portage, Indiana.
She loves to hear about Whitesville area news in the Coal Valley paper.
The Whitesville area got some help with the cleaning of the streets last Monday through the members of the Whitesville Fire dept.They worked with the cleaning up of Raleigh Street due to recent floods. A big Thank you to all who helped, we have a great bunch of men and women at the Whitesville Fire Dept.
A thief in the night came and stole our lawn mower, I was told who the thief was, but as my late husband Junior was good to everyone so i must continue to do the same. I am giving the thief a chance to return my lawnmower back to where he took it from, making things right.