Harrisburg High Forms Alumni Association - KAIT Jonesboro, AR - Region 8 News, weather, sports

by Hatton Weeks, News Director

Harrisburg High Forms Alumni Association

HARRISBURG, AR (KAIT) - Some residents in Harrisburg are hoping to make this year's football homecoming a bigger event. 

They're forming a Harrisburg High School Alumni Association to improve school spirit and pride to the community. 

Harrisburg alums Jamie Wright and Kristie Harlson started organizing the group several months ago. Both Wright and Harlson are asking Harrisburg graduates to attend this year's football homecoming game on October 10th

They are also organizing committees to build floats for the homecoming parade that afternoon.   

There will be a booth set up at the game to sign up for the association. 

If you would like to join or get your name on the mailing list, contact the group via email at harrisburghighalumni@gmail.com or Harrisburg High School Alumni, P.O. Box 397, Harrisburg, AR  72432.

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