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Dancing down ‘Memory Lane’

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Dancing down ‘Memory Lane’

Madi Gore, Fine Arts Writer

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From as far back as the 1970’s, former Highlighters returned to Bulldog Stadium on Homecoming, September 9th, to take a walk down memory lane.

Highlighter director, Katie Hewitt, arranged a group on Facebook inviting all former members to attend the game. Many alumni requested to be paired with current Highlighters they know personally or are related to.

Hewitt’s motivation for the alumni gathering was so the girls could have someone to share their experiences with and compare how things have changed throughout the years.

Hewitt is inviting them back for the annual Highlighter Spring Show on March 3, 2017.

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