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CCS Alumni Association

On August 4, 1991 the Cincinnatus Central School Alumni Association
re-established the Annual Alumni Dinner, which continues to draw more than 200 guests annually. The alumni committee set the first Saturday and Sunday of each August to become the Annual Alumni Weekend that continues today. Each year on this weekend, the alumni, working with different groups in the school and community, provide a great welcome back weekend. There is a program in the Wilbur Auditorium which features performances by Cincinnatus Alumni followed by a great dinner in the new gymnasium.

All of this was brought about through the cooperation of the Administration, Board of Education, and Alumni. The current Alumni Committee consists of Terena (Stone) Loomis, Chairperson and Program Director; April (Wright) Horler, Secretary; Lorena (French) Perkins, Treasurer; Eleanor (Gardiner) Harvey, Advisor; Gretchen (Gardner) Shufelt, Program/Dinner Decorations; and Margery Talutis; Mailing Labels Manager. As well as Dannette (Cummings) Tomlinson, and Doris (Rose) Tracy each serving as active committee members. The Alumni committee also invites at least two representatives from the fifty-year graduates each year to be on the committee, as these are the graduates who are honored each year. This committee meets about once a month from January to June each year.

No dues are collected from Alumni, although donations are welcome to help cover the cost of postage each year. Each and every alumnus from Cincinnatus Central School is considered a member of the Association and encouraged to join.

If you have never received an Alumni Flier, we may never have received your address. Please send an updated address to Cincinnatus Central School Alumni, P.O. Box 267, Cincinnatus, NY 13040. You can also go to click on the link at the top of this page labeled Annual Alumni Reunion. We hope you join us next year!
 Mrs. Terena Loomis, Alumni Chairperson
with plaque given to Alumni in 2012  
by Thomas C. Jones from the Class of 1942.