Salem High School Alumni Association, Ohio

Sustaining Friendships and Memories Since 1882

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the Salem High School
Alumni Association Website


Please explore the website, update your contact information, and see what scholarships are available for graduating students and alumni.

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Click HERE for the latest newsletter.

2018 SHS Alumni Scholarship Applications Available Soon

2018 SHS Alumni scholarship applications will be available soon.

To read about past SHSAA scholarships and view past recipients and click HERE.

If you are graduating, click HERE to send us your contact information and we will notify you by email.


 Salem Ohio Day SWFL Is Saturday, February 10

The twelfth annual Southwest Florida gathering of alumni and friends from Salem is scheduled for Saturday, February 10, 2018, noon to 4 p.m., at The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida.

Share memories, reunite with old friends, and make new ones. Everyone is welcome. Please bring your friends!

Click HERE for reservation form and more details. Reservations are due January 26.

For questions, contact Tim or Sue Dean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 239-992-4793.


Long-Time SHSAA Office Coordinator Helen Hayes Retires

Salem High School Alumni Association Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.

Hayes has been a part-time employee of the alumni association since September 1997; she became the office coordinator in January 1998.

“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.

Hayes’s first career was as a math teacher. She taught one year for the West Branch District and 30 years in the Salem City Schools. Hayes earned a Bachelor of Science degree (cum laude) in mathematics from Mount Union College, and a master's degree in mathematics education from Youngstown State University.

In May 2017 at the alumni association’s annual reunion and banquet, Hayes received the association’s Honored Alumnus Award. Vice President of the Board Frank Zamarelli said, “Mrs. Hayes taught mathematics as the universal language of our environment, helping mankind explain and create within it for thousands of years. From playing games to playing music, math is vital to helping students fine tune their creativity and turn their dreams into realities.” Click HERE to Read More about Helen.


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Thank you to our many
#GivingTuesday donors!

#GivingTuesday is a worldwide event when people give generously, particularly to local non-profits and causes within their communities. This is the third year the Salem High School Alumni Association has participated.

Special thanks to our generous partner BOC Water Hydraulics for matching the first $1,000 given on November 28. SHSAA Board Member Todd Olson '81 is president and CEO of BOC.  

If you had intended to give and forgot, it's not too late!

Whether you give as part of a class gift or in honor or memory of a loved one, know that your donation will benefit future graduates of Salem High School.

Click HERE to Donate


The Evolution of Quaker Sam

The Salem High School mascot that has come to be known as Quaker Sam has evolved over the decades.

Many people think the Quaker man mascot started in the 1950's thanks to the efforts of Coach John Cabas; however, a male Quaker figure made appearances in yearbooks and Quaker newspapers much earlier.

Read more in this article prepared with source material from the Salem Historical Society, Salem Public Library, and our alumni association and published in SHS football and basketball programs.

Click HERE to learn more.


Virginia E. "Jinny" Snyder ’43 Bequest -
You Can Help Create a Named Scholarship

 

SHSAA announces the $94,600 bequest of Virginia E. "Jinny" Snyder ’43, who taught physical education at the Salem Junior High School from 1953 to 1975.

Alumni have the opportunity to help create a new scholarship in her name by sending contributions in her memory to close the gap between her financial gift and the $100,000 the association requires for named scholarships.

Click HERE to donate.


2017 Alumni Association Annual Reunion and Banquet Held May 20th

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Salem High School Alumni Association broke its record for scholarships by awarding $369,000 to 95 students including 62 graduating Salem High School students, 27 alumni, and 6 current students.

Helen Potter Hayes, a 1957 Salem High School graduate, was the featured speaker as the 2017 Honored Alumnus.

Representatives of classes celebrating the 35th, 40th, 45th, 50th, 60th, 65th and 70th anniversaries of their graduations spoke. Members of the audience included two women who graduated in 1933 and 1934, respectively.

Click HERE to view scholarship recipients and photos.

Click HERE to read more and view/download pictures.

Click HERE to view of student thank-you video.


New Website Feature: Alumni Remembrance

Our database includes more than 20,000 alumni from as far back as the first
graduation class of 1865. The ability to search for classmates has been available for many years. Now a convenient feature has been added so that fellow alumni, family, and friends can narrow the search to deceased members of the Salem High School family.

The Alumni Remembrance section includes the ability to display recently deceased alumni and to search by class year or name including family names across generations.

You can make a lasting gift to the association in the name of an alumnus/alumna or
as a class gift to help future Salem High School graduates.  All donations are tax deductible and will be listed in the semi-annual association newsletter.

You can also search through more than 100 years of yearbooks dating back to 1915
to view pictures, read about activities, and relive the past of Salem High School.

Click HERE for Alumni Remembrance.


Class of 1957 Celebrates 60th Reunion

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The SHS Class of '57 celebrated its 60th reunion June 30 through July 2, 2017.

Click HERE to read more and view/download photos.


Class of 1967 Celebrates 50th Reunion

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The SHS Class of '67 celebrated its 50-year reunion August 11-12, 2017.

Click HERE to read more.


 

Listen to the Salem High School Band Concerts of the 1950s-1960s

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Listen to the melodious sounds of the Salem High School concert bands from the 1950s and 1960s led by Howard "Doc" Pardee.

Thanks to Doc’s foresight in recording the concerts and the generosity of his children and SHSAA alumni, SHSAA now has more than 15 hours of SHS concert band music online including classical, big band, jazz, marches, and Broadway tunes.

The Best of Doc’s Bands CD is available to purchase for $10.

Click HERE to listen from your computer, smartphone, or tablet.

 

 


Salem High School Alma Mater

 

Barbara Butler Greene '44 is remembered for writing and composing the Salem High School Alma Mater as an SHS student.

Stephen Navoyosky '53 provided a choral arrangement. He saved an original recording of the 1964 SHS Robed Choir performing our Alma Mater which is now available on our website.

Click HERE to read more and listen.


Original Quaker Fight Song

 

The original "The Quaker Drive On Song" was
written in 1936 by Charles Freed '36, older brother of the famous DJ Alan Freed '40.

"The Quaker Drive On Song" was played by the Salem High School Marching Band from 1936-1948 but disappeared for more than 50 years.

Thanks to the detective work of Barbara Butler Greene '44 and Stephen Navoyosky '53, the song was rediscovered in 1994.

Click HERE to listen to the SHS Alumni Band in 1994 and read about the song.


Check Out Our Facebook and Blog Sites (no membership required)

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Click HERE to send us information about fellow alumni and events.                   

https://facebook.com/salemhighschoolalumni - click HERE

The City of Salem is mourning the loss of police officer Lt. Charles Shafer, SHS Class of 1982.
http://www.salemnews.net/…/police-mourning-lt-shafers-sudd…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The twelfth annual Salem Ohio Day Southwest Florida will be held Saturday, Feb. 10, noon- 4 p.m. Anyone with a connection to Salem, OH is invited. The location will again be The Shell Factory's Dolphin Room in Fort Myers, Florida. Cost is $28 per person and includes appetizers, lunch buffet, and dessert. Reservation and check are due to Tim Dean by January 26, 2018. For more info and a link to the reservation form, see http://www.salemohioalumni.org/SWFL2018.pdf. You may also find the reservation form at the Facebook page listed below.
Contact Tim or Sue Dean at SalemOhioDaySWFL@gmail.com or 239-992-4793.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalemOhio.SouthwestFlorida/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The Class of 1958 will be holding its 60-Year Class Reunion in October. Here's a flashback to January, 1958 from the Quaker Biweekly. To read more, go to http://history.salem.lib.oh.us/…/…/Vol_38_No_10_Jan_1958.pdf


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


The SHS Class of 1968 will meet for dinner--


Up to and including New Year's Day night, incredible displays of Christmas lights could be seen outside the Quaker Lane home of Bob Sebo, Class of 1954, and his wife Linda. There were over one million lights. (The photo below shows only a fraction of the lights.) It's become quite the holiday tradition to drive by the Sebos' home! Thanks to Bob and Linda for providing enjoyment to so many!


Flashback to 1970-71. Snowball fight at the high school!


May the joys of the holiday season bring you closer to friends and family.


Iconic disc jockey Alan Freed, a 1940 Salem High graduate, was born today, Dec.15, in 1921.
Freed, who died in 1965, is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, part of the first class to be inducted. He is also in the National Radio Hall of Fame, has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and was honored by the Grammy Awards with the Trustees Award.


UPDATE: CONGRATULATIONS, MAX! MOUNT UNION IS NCAA DIV. 3 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS DEFEATING MARY HARDIN-BAYLOR 12-0.


Concerned for our alumni who may be affected by the wildfires and smoke in Southern California. Hope you are safe!


Thank you to Office Coordinator Helen Potter Hayes ‘57 for her 20 years of service to SHSAA! Helen has informed the SHSAA board she plans to retire on December 22.
“It’s been an absolutely marvelous second career. It has kept my mind and body active, and kept me connected with friends of all ages. It has kept me young—well, younger,” Hayes said with a smile.
For the full story, please visit our website at
http://www.salemohioalumni.org/. Photo below: Helen works with newsletter editor Madeline Patton Shivers on a project in the conference room.


Visit the alumni office, 330 East State St., 9 a.m.-noon to see a special display honoring Virginia “Jinny” Snyder.


Update: Righetti averaged 61.2 yds. with six kickoffs as UMU advanced in the playoffs with a 70-37 win over Frostburg.
Congratulations to former Quaker football star Max Righetti, class of 2016! Max, who was first team All-Ohio his senior year at SHS, is a kicker on the undefeated University of Mount Union football team. As a sophomore, he has been sharing the kickoff duties. In last week's win over Case Western Reserve University, Max averaged 60.3 yards for his 3 kickoffs. Mount Union faces Maryland's Frostburg State today at noon at Mount Union Stadium in the quarterfinals of NCAA Div.3 playoffs. Good luck, Max!
For more information see the Salem News article:
http://www.salemnews.net/…/11/mount-marches-past-case-west…/


Wishing all of our alumni family a Happy Thanksgiving! Do you have a favorite memory of how Thanksgiving was celebrated in your grade school? Please share below. Include the name of the school, grade level, and if you remember, the name of the teacher.


www.SHSAABLOG.org - click HERE


Proud of Our Military

Salem High School Alumni Association is proud of the rich military
experience of our alumni. 

Click HERE to read about alumni in the military and enter military
information on the association's military webpage. 


Click HERE to read local newspaper articles about the heroics
and sacrifices of our graduates in the military during World War II.
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Support our scholarship program every time you shop and at no cost to you.

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A Century of Memories

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The Salem High School Alumni Association in conjunction with the Salem Public Library is proud to make available more than 100 years of Salem High School documents.

Search yearbooks for students, teachers, clubs, and organizations. 

Read Quaker newspapers from the early 1900s.

Learn about the early days of education in Salem (written 1876).

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What does it cost to educate our children?
The escalating costs of college attendance adds urgency to our mission to help provide more scholarships to new Salem High School graduates and alumni. The alumni association is proud to have been able to give approximately $350,000 in scholarships annually in recent years. However, even while trying to help as many students as possible, the association's current funding allows for only about one-third of each graduating class to receive a Salem High School Alumni Association Scholarship. Though the majority of these are substantial scholarships of several thousand dollars each, SHSAA scholarships cover only a portion of college costs.

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The mission of the Salem High School Alumni Association of Ohio is to award scholarships to qualified students; to manage assets including memorabilia for future generations; and to honor the organization’s past by nurturing friendships and enriching memories. Regular membership of the association is comprised of the graduates and past attendees of the Salem High School in Salem, Ohio.

The organization strives to keep alive memories of high school days and friendships by publishing the association newsletter, maintaining a website, interacting through social media, making available yearbooks and Quaker newspapers online, aiding the class coordinator with reunions, and housing in the association office archived records and memorabilia of Salem High School.


Our History: The Salem High School Alumni Association was one of the first high school alumni groups in Ohio and is one of the most generous in the country. Thirty-three Salem High School alumni met with several of their former teachers on June 14, 1882, and the following year began the tradition of holding an annual reunion banquet. Several years later, association members decided that they wanted to do more than keep alive memories of high school days--they also wanted to help outstanding graduates attend college. On June 20, 1903, the association established the first high school alumni scholarship fund in Ohio. Salem High School graduates and friends were contacted to raise funds, and within four years the group had enough money to buy a $1,000 bond. The $60 interest generated by the bond was awarded as the first alumni scholarship to Walter French when he graduated in 1908. Now in its second century of granting scholarships, the association awarded sixty-two 2017 graduates, twenty-seven alumni, and six current students  a record-setting total of $369,000 in scholarships on May 20, 2017 at the 136th Annual Reunion and Banquet held at Salem High School.