Seneca Past and Present 
February Newsletter
Issue #2019-02
February, 2019
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Do you have the winter blues?  Nothing will make you feel better than knowing you are contributing to the effort of Seneca Past and Present!  Join us at our next meeting on Monday, March 4, at 6:00pm in the Band/Orchestra room.
Hall of Fame News

You've been waiting for it - we know!  The momentum around the Seneca Hall of Fame is really building as we have a lot of interest generated now around nominations each year.  The Hall of Fame nomination form is currently on the Seneca Past and Present website.  Nominations will be accepted until June 1, 2019.  Remember that the form and all required information must be submitted per instructions on the form.  You can easily access the form by clicking here.

Mark your calendars!  The Seneca Hall of Fame 2019 Banquet will be held at the University of Louisville Alumni Club on Saturday, November 2, 2019.
Seneca Food Pantry News

While Seneca Past and Present is not connected to the Seneca Food Pantry, we are both charitable organizations that exist to help Seneca students.  The food pantry is planning two events that Seneca Alumni might be interested in checking out.

On 3/22, the Seneca Food Pantry will host a dance in the Small Gym at school.  The only cover charge is 3 canned goods for the food pantry.  And they need chaperones!  If any alumni are interested, contact Jennifer Freeman at  jennifer.freeman@jefferson.kyschools.us no later than March 10.

Another fundraiser for the food pantry is coming on Saturday, September 28.  They will sponsor a Golf Scramble at Seneca Golf Course.  The cost is $75 per person for the shotgun start.  There is a limit of 18 teams of 4.  There will also be a silent auction including autographed sports memorabilia, box seats at Churchill Downs and many more desirable items and experiences.  For additional information or to register, contact Bob Jones at rsjones246@gmail.com or by calling him at 502-905-5595.
Athletics News

Seneca's Wrestling team had two competitors qualify for the State Tournament this weekend.  Congratulations Cameron Isaacs and Mason Lesane!

Seneca's brand new Archery team improved by 25 points from their first tournament to the second.



Seneca has another member in the 1000 Point Club!  Richard Ninamou (#5) became the newest member on January 29.  Congrats Richard!


Former Seneca bowler, Bryce Frantz, was nominated as the Mid-South Conference Men's Bowler of the Week on February 5.  This is the second time that Frantz received this honor.
Class News

The Seneca Class of '64 is now planning their 55 Year Reunion to be held on October 12, 2019, at Wildwood Country Club.  Details will be announced soon and will be posted on the Seneca Past and Present website.   Already planned is Friday,  October 11, Guys' and Ladies' Luncheons.  Guys will be at Kaelin's Restaurant at 11:45.  L adies will be at the Village Anchor at 11:30.   Friends of the '64 class are welcome to participate in all activities.  For more information contact Pat Seitz Cox at senecaclassof64@yahoo.com.
Bingo and Kroger

If you like to play bingo, come out and support Seneca Past and Present at our sessions. We currently run sessions on Thursday and Saturday nights, 7:00, at Sunshine Bingo Center 5712 Outer Loop.
 
Do you want to painlessly donate to Seneca Past and Present? Use your Kroger Plus card to donate a percentage of your purchases to Seneca Past and Present by selecting us as your charity of choice when you sign up. It is free to you and benefits the scholars at Seneca!
Seneca Forever,


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