Alfred Eli Beach High School salutes Woodville/ Tompkins for the first time on their 147th Anniversary celebration on October 25, 2014 at 4:00 pm at St. Phillips AME Church on MLK Blvd. Please come out and tell everyone about this great event.
A.E. Beach High School Alumni and Save America’s Youth Organization salutes the 1st grandest and greatest Anniversary Program paying tribute and awarding some of Woodville/ Tompkins High School Outstanding Alumni -ever- . From the meager beginning with the Beach Institute established 1867-1914 and continuing to become Beach Cuyler Jr. High from 1914-1950 and Beach High School from 1950 to present. We want all schools, churches, politicians and whomever want to come out and help us honor these top high schools that use to be rivalries to help us celebrate this lovely anniversary program. We would like for the alumni of Woodville/ Tompkins to put their input on this program to make it a success. So, if you can sing or your church choir would like to be on this program, please contact us immediately.
Our theme is Embracing Peace, Love and Togetherness. We’re celebrating 147’h years from 1867 – 2014. Beach High School National Alumni is the oldest alumni in the United States for African Americans.
So come on out on October 25, 2014 at 4:00 pm and bring your school colors, balloons, flags and any other objects that you have to represent your school. Let’s celebrate this great reunion of yesterday’s memories. So if you know of anyone that deserve this award whether living or deceased please let me know so they can also be honored. For more information please contact Min. Rita Hunter, President and CEO at 912-631-7972.