Walnut Grove Secondary will host a 25th anniversary celebration in true Gator Nation style on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
WGSS vice principal, Logan Kitteringham, is one of the organizers and has unearthed some fascinating trivia and history that will be shared on the day of the event.
“We are calling it the ultimate reunion and open house. We have done a tremendous amount of research about the school’s troubled beginning, including construction finishing eight months after the school was scheduled to be opened,” said Kitteringham, an alumni and Gator basketball hall of famer.
“We have photos from throughout the school’s history and during construction and expansion. We have information about some of our famous alumni, we are hosting an alumni basketball tournament during the event, we have a former student band Little India performing.”
The first-ever alumni basketball tournament might be reason enough to attend. But there’s plenty more happening, said Kitteringham.
They’ve ordered three bouncy castles and a photo booth. There is a free build-your-own ice cream sundae station, velcro wall and an obstacle course.
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