IR Alumni thank community for support


Editor:

The Indian River High School Alumni Association (IRHSAA) would like to thank our major sponsors and the many community members who helped make our sixth annual Beef & Brew fundraiser such a success!

Since 2013, we have given more than $32,000 in scholarships to both graduating seniors and to IR alumni wishing to continue their education. This year will be no different, as the proceeds from our recent Beef & Brew will go toward deserving IR grads.

The IRHSAA is all about IR Pride. We are happy to continue to support our students through scholarships, but we also want our educators to get the credit they deserve, so we work to recognize them and support special school projects when we can.

This year we were able to help various IR clubs and organizations, and we encourage those teachers, advisors and student organizations to continue reach out to us!

We want to thank the countless people and businesses who stepped up to support us, especially our major Beef & Brew fundraiser sponsors: Avery Hall Insurance, Banks Wine & Spirits, Frankford Volunteer Fire Company & Auxiliary, Gray’s Towing Service, Dagsboro Paint & Wallpaper and Wilmington Savings Fund Society (WSFS). We also received some anonymous donations that helped with our event and we “thank you” for stepping up!

If you missed the Beef & Brew, plan to attend one of our upcoming Alumni Meet & Greets at various local venues. We are already planning for next year’s Beef & Brew fundraiser in the spring — so stay tuned for those dates as well.

We are always looking to expand our membership, so if you’ve been thinking of joining us at our monthly meetings — please do! We support our faculty and students, and with your help, we will continue to do so.

For more information on how to become more involved with IRHSAA and join us at our monthly meetings, contact a member of the Alumni, check out our Facebook page “Indian River High School Alumni” or visit www.IRHSalumni.com.

Thanks so much.

IRHS Alumni Association
Officers Nancy, Joy, Laura and Kim