Private Performance of Brighton Beach Memoirs
When: Tuesday, July 23, 2019, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Oyster Mill Playhouse
Cost: $20 per person
More information: Brighton Beach Memoirs
East Pennsboro Class of 1971 Mini Reunion
When: Saturday, October 5, 2019, Meet & Greet from 7-11 p.m.
Where: Caddy Shack
Cost: $10 per person
RSVP: Jean Stuckey, 717-574-8342, firstname.lastname@example.org
First Home Football Game for 2018 Season
Please join the Enola/East Pennsboro Alumni Association (EEPAA) for the 4th Annual Tailgate Party and Home Football Game on Friday, September 7, at 5:30 p.m. The cost is $6.00 per person. this includes a meal and 7:00 p.m. game ticket. The Panthers will be playing York Suburban that evening. Rain or shine, we meet at the front doors of the East Pennsboro High School under the overhang. This is a perfect event for an informal Mini Class Reunion! To reserve your spot, please send a $6.00 per person check (payable to EEPAA) with the first and last names of those attending to: EEPAA, P.O.Box 87 Enola, PA 17025, RSVP to Dinah Markley ’64 at 717-761-1028 by August 31, 2018.
Annual Meeting for EEPAA
The annual dinner meeting of the EEPAA will be held on Tuesday, September 11, 2018. Mark your calendar for this Alumni tradition. The event will be held at the Perkins Family Restaurant located on Erford Rd. in Camp Hill. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. and our meeting is at 7:30 p.m. A Turkey dinner will be served which includes dessert for $15.00 paid in advance. Guest Speaker will be Jeff Smith ’60. To reserve your place, send a check payable to EEPAA to EEPAA PO Box 87 Enola, PA 17025 by August 31, 2018. For questions call the Alumni office at 717-732-3601.
An Alumni Association is an organization formed by alumni and attendees of a school, university or college for the development of civic and social interests, to advance the camaraderie of its members and promote programs in support of the educational institutions and its students.
The Enola/East Pennsboro Alumni Association (EEPAA) invites all alumni and those who attended Enola and East Pennsboro High Schools to join as active members. Faculty members and other interested individuals are invited to become Associate members. The Association is managed and governed by a fifteen-member Executive Board.
The activities promoted by the Board include the publication of a yearly newsletter in March, the annual Oldies but Goodies Luncheon in May for association alumni of fifty years or more, an annual Dinner Meeting, the second Tuesday in September and an “all Class Reunion” held every four years, which always attracts Enola/East Penn Alumni from across the country.
The Association maintains an alumni computer database with names and known addresses of more than 11,700 alumni. It also plans theater and dinner parties and other projects to help defray operating expenses and manages a gift fund to benefit the district’s schools and students. EEPAA also supports various township activities including the library and the East Pennsboro Education Foundation.
A Brief History of The Association
Enola High School Alumni organizations existed before 1987, but in the interest in their activities waned. The number of times teh Alumni organized and reorganized cannot be determined.
It is known that an active association was in existence in the early 1930’s when Myers Knight ’27 was elected president. During this period, when a decision was made to discontinue activities, $1,500 was in the treasury. The money was given to the Enola High School for a trophy case.
The current association came into being after a reunion of all the classes of Enola High School. It was held in the Penn Harris Motor Lodge on October 17, 1987 with nearly 1,000 alumni and guests in attendance.
A committee was selected to prepare bylaws and form a ballot to elect an Executive Board. The committee members were Betty Bloser ’38, Marlin Woodward ’40, Ethel Minnich ’33, and Gloria Stites ’43. The election was held September 13, 1988, the Association’s Founding Date.
A fifteen-member Executive Board selected Gloria Stites ’43 president for many years. Board member Herbert Kruger ’53 generously provided his computer skills by establishing our database. All of our graduating classes are requested to establish a class representative for the Alumni Association. The Enola/East Pennsboro Alumni Association is available to assist their class reunion committees in planning for reunions or other special events.
The success of the Alumni is the result of the work of hundreds of our alumni.
The Association encourages recent alumni to join and keep the organization alive and growing.
A lifetime memberships is only $10–with no yearly dues
Support for Schools and Community
The Alumni Association’s first donation ($1,500) was made in August 1994. It was used for furniture in the elementary library.
Other projects were in support of the High School Music Department, a trophy case, sound system, boys basketball, Imagination Station, Academic Hall of Fame, book for the elementary schools, Summer Enrichment Program for Elementary Students and the Athletic and Band Boosters.
The Alumni also contributed over $14,000 to the East Pennsboro Education Foundation and $750 (1998) and $1,052 (2009) for new outfits for the High School’s Panther mascot.
Since 1988, the Association has given more than $26,000 in support of our schools and community.
E/EP Alumni Association
P.O. Box 87 – Mail
890 Valley St.
Pupil Services Office
Enola, PA 17025
Alumni Board of Directors
Wayne Yost – President
Nancy Otstot – Vice President
Patty Schultz – Secretary
Marian Soutner- Treasurer
Freda Smart – Historian
Barry Miller – Database