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YOU'RE INVITED: MHS Choral Department presents Opening Night (10/8)

Posted on Sep. 29 2016 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
The Marion High School Choral Department invites the community to their Opening Night concert, which will feature four choirs on Saturday, Oct. 8.

The concert will feature award-winning MHS musicians in the beginning chorus, concert choir, 26th Street Innovations show choir, and Virtuoso.

The show is free, and it will start at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Walton. Come out and support our young musicians and arts education at our schools!

Tenderloin fry + football Senior Night + dance

Posted on Sep. 29 2016 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Next Friday, Oct. 7, is the end of the first nine weeks grading period ... let's celebrate!
  • Before (or during) the football game, come out and support the MHS band program and get some tasty treats from Rock's Concessions. For only $8, you get a tenderloin sandwich, chips, coleslaw, baked beans, and a drink. (If you want only the sandwich, that's $6.) Those interested are encouraged to purchase meal tickets ahead of time; see Cathy Griffin in the District Business Office inside MHS to get yours. You can also call her at 662-2546 ext. 143, or email her at cgriffin@marion.k12.in.us. (Tickets will be available the night of the sale, but they may be limited, and are first-come, first-served.) Meals will be available from 5 to 9 p.m., or until sold out.
  • It's Senior Night for Giants football! Come out and cheer on your team as they face North Central Conference rival Arsenal Tech. The game starts at 7 p.m.
  • After the game, come out and party like it's 1999 at the '90s Dance (a #CAMSTRONG fundraiser) with DJ Showoff in the MHS cafeteria. The fun will last until 11:45 p.m. Admission is $3, and proceeds will be given to Cameron Washington and his family to help with expenses as he battles cancer. If you want to donate more, you are welcome to do so. NOTE: You MUST have an MHS school ID to enter the dance.

MHS grads, student, to carry bicentennial torch through Grant County (9/28)

Posted on Sep. 28 2016 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay is expected to enter Grant County at about midday today (Wednesday, Sept. 28).

Several torchbearers are Marion High School graduates (and one is a current student)!
  • MHS alum and current Grant County Sheriff Reggie Nevels will carry the torch through Upland at about 12:45 p.m.
  • MHS alum Jim Sutter, entrepreneur and philanthropist (and member of the MHS Hall of Distinction) will carry the torch on Ind. 15 at about 1:30 p.m.
  • Marion High School student Casey Reaves is among the torchbearers (in honor of his grandfather, Larry Goss, an MHS alum killed in the Vietnam War). He will carry the torch on part of the Ind. 15 portion of the route, just after 1:30 p.m. The procession is then set to pass in front of McCulloch Junior High School Junior High School just before 2 p.m., then head into downtown Marion, and then head north into Wabash County. Will you be out to watch this special procession?
  • MHS alum Wayne Seybold, Olympic athlete and former Marion mayor (and member of the MHS Hall of Distinction), will carry the torch in front of McCulloch Junior High School just before 2 p.m.
  • MHS alum Amos Randle, former police chief, will take the torch from Wayne Seybold near the Splash House.
  • MHS alum and current Marion Mayor Jess Alumbaugh will carry the torch in front of the Grant County Courthouse just before 2:30 p.m.
The torch will continue north and exit into Wabash County, to continue its trek across the entire state in honor of the 200th anniversary of the founding of the state of Indiana.

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