2017 Clay Christmas Craft Bazaar

Clay Christmas Craft Bazaar

CHS - Sat., 11/4/2017
9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Pancake Breakfast - 9:00 am
Chili & Hot Dogs - 11:00 to 3:00

Public Invited. Free Admission.

Sponsored by Clay Alumni

Proceeds benefit Clay Legacy Scholarship Fund

Portsmouth Daily Times article

Clay Alumni Christmas Bazaar

Christmas Bazaar
Saturday, November 5, 2016
9:00AM - 3:00PM
Clay High School

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Clay Legacy Scholarships - 2016

Read more: Clay Legacy Scholarships - 2016 Clay Seniors Receiving Clay Legacy Scholarships from the Clay Alumni Association.   Each scholarship is worth $1,000.  (Eight seniors are not pictured.)

2009 - Alumni Honor Former Teacher

Jean Moore honored for her 30 years of service to the Clay Local School District.

The Clay High School Alumni recently held its annual alumni banquet.  The Clay High School Alumni Association honors a retired teacher each year. 
   
One year they honor a high school teacher and the next an elementary teacher. 
    
The Clay High School Alumni Association recently honored Norma Jean Moore at the annual alumni banquet.  Moore  was recognized for her 30 years of service to the Clay School System.  Moore received her Bachelor of Science degree in Vocational Home Economics from Morehead (Ky.) State University in 1970.  She went to earn her Master of Arts from Ohio University in 1981.  She came directly from college to Clay High School in 1970.  She spent her entire  teaching career at Clay retiring in 2000 with 30 years of service.  Moore continues to substitute teach at Clay.  Alumni President Charles Leonard presented Moore with her plaque recognizing her for outstanding  and dedicated service to Clay School System. 
    
The alumni association elected officers for the 2009-2010 administrative year.  The officers elceted were Charles Leonard, president; LaRue Horsley, vice president; Dave Richard, treasurer; and Shirley Conklin, executive secretary.
   
Leonard stated that the Clay clumni Association had a good year in 2008-2009, growing the Clay School Legacy Fund.  He credits the members of the alumni association with the success achieved through their donations to the fund,  Leonard stated tgar the alumni is in the middle of a 10-year project to grow their scholarship fund.
   
The school legacy fund awarded six $1,000 scholarships to graduates of the Clay Class of 2009.  This is the most scholarships ever awarded by the Clay High School Alumni Association.
    
They are in the process of finalizing arrgements for one of their largest funraisers, their big one day auction and sale to be held at 10 a.m. Oct. 3 at the Clay High School.  Leonard said the public is invited. 

Source: Shirley Conklin

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