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     Harry Corpening
    Harry O. Corpening
    President of RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends
    Class of 1968 
     
     
    October 19, 2017
    To:       Fellow graduate of RJ Reynolds High School
    From:  Harry Corpening
                          President of "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends"
     
    I hope this email finds you doing well in this first week of fall-like weather here in Winston-Salem.  There has been a LOT of GREAT news concerning Reynolds High School lately.
     
    You may remember that RJR Principal Leslie Alexander was named the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Magnet Principal of the Year for 2016-2017.  Last week she was named THE Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Principal of the Year for 2017-2018.  Later in the year, she will enter the State of N.C. Principal of the Year competition.
     
    On the evening of September 16th, the inaugural class of the RJ Reynolds High School Arts Hall of Fame was inducted at Reynolds Auditorium.
     
    And in sports, the once doormat of the conference but now rejuvinated RJR football team beat rival Reagan High School last Friday.  And yesterday, the Central Conference leader RJR boys soccer team also beat Regan.
     
    The renown RJR Alumni website ( www.RJRalumni.org ) has "articles" about all of these (...and many other interesting ) topics...and has a video of the Hall of Fame Induction ceremony.  I hope you will take the time to check all this out.
     
    In closing, let me say the ONLY way your Reynolds Alumni association can continue to offer annual scholarships and Teacher of the Year awards is by us receiving (tax deductible) donations from grads like YOU!  We hope that you would seriously consider mailing us a donation to the address listed below.
     
    Feel free to forward this email on to anyone you think may have an interest in learning about what's taking place  "amid the pines".
     
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114
     
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    August 13, 2017 

    To:     Fellow Alumni of RJ Reynolds High School living in the Winston-Salem area

    From: Harry Corpening

                        President of RJ Reynolds High School Alumni & Friends

     

    I hope this email finds you doing well.

    Several time-sensitive things I would like to share with you (which are all detailed in "articles" on the RJR Alumni website… www.RJRalumni.org  ):

    * If you would like to support the RJR Football team: $10 Demon Discount Cards are for sale.  This card gives you discounts at 12 different popular firms through August 31, 2018.

    * On the 4th Thursday of each month, RJR Alumni and friends gather at 5:30 pm at the 5 Points Restaurant on Stratford Road for food and fellowship. The only charges are what you order to eat and/or drink.  (FYI:  the RJR Alumni organization is not involved with this ongoing endeavor).

    * There are two events scheduled at Reynolds Auditorium this Fall that are likely to be sell-outs:

            * Diana Gabaldon (author of the popular Outlanders series) will be speaking on September 10th

            * The Moscow Ballet will perform the "Great Russian Nutcracker" on Christmas Eve.

    And if you were not able to attend the RJR Multi-Class Reunion on August 14th, a link to a video of RJR Principal Leslie Alexander speaking to the attendees, and then answering all questions, can be found. She told of A LOT of GREAT things that happened during the last school year "amid the pines."

     

    As always, so that your RJR Alumni & Friends association can continue to support Reynolds High School (by, among other things, offering $1,000 scholarships and $1,00 Teacher of the Year awards), we would ask that YOU please consider sending us a tax deductible donation to the address listed below.

     

    Feel free to forward this email on to anyone who may have an interest in reading it, and/or posting it on any RJR Class Facebook site.

    MANY thanks for your time and consideration.

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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities). "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School". "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni". The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org . The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org . The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is: P.O. Box 26172 Winston-Salem, NC 27114

     
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    July 11, 2017
     
    To:      Fellow RJR Alumni living in the Winston-Salem community and surrounding area
    From:  Harry Corpening
                       President of  "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni & Friends"
     
     
    I hope this email finds you having just celebrated your BEST 4th of July ever!
    I have 3 things I want to briefly tell you about (and 2 of these are time sensitive).
    Details of all of these items can be found on the RJR Alumni website: www.RJRalumni.org .
     
    First:  tomorrow (Wednesday), starting at noon, MEN who went to RJR are invited to go to the Golden Corral restaurant at Hanes Mall.  After paying for your meal and selecting your food, go to the back room.  There are no speakers.  Just a bunch of guys hanging out together having fun and fellowship.  (FYI:  the RJR Alumni is not involved with this quarterly event...which has been held on the 2nd Wednesday of each quarter for a couple of years).
     
    Second:  Leslie Alexander (RJR's Principal) will be speaking on Sunday to attendees of the 16th annual RJR Multi-Class Reunion (which is again being held at the "5 Points Restaurant" (at 109 S. Stratford Road across the street from the Exxon Station that is very near Thruway Shopping Center).  She will be there at 6:00 pm.  As always:
    * EVERYONE is invited!
    * the only charges involved are for what you order to eat and/or drink.
    * the dress code is VERY CASUAL.
    After telling about what went on "amid the pines" during the last school-year, Leslie will answer questions from those in attendance.  After that, everyone is free to mix and mingle.
     
    And last...concerning other reunions:  if your class is staging one this year...or next year...or if your Class has a Facebook site:  if the information about this is not posted on the RJR Alumni website (www.RJRalumni.org) :  please reply back and tell me (and use the subject line "Reunion")....so I can post that info for your Class.
    Feel free to forward this email on to anyone you think would be interested in reading it...and post it on your Class Facebook site.
     
    As always, please remember there are a LOT of good articles, and links to some GREAT concerts on the RJR Alumni website (www.RJRalumni.org ).   The 2nd article you will see tells about your RJR Alumni giving out two $1,000 scholarships to deserving seniors, and checks for $1,000 to 2 Teachers of the Year and another $1,000 check to a Principal of the Year.  We can do this only if we receive  tax deductible donations from folks like YOU!  Please consider mailing a check to us at the address shown below, so we can continue to honor those folks who are doing GREAT THINGS "amid the pines!"
     
    Many thanks for your time and consideration.
     
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114
     
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    May 29, 2017 
    To:      Fellow RJR Alumni living in the Winston-Salem community and surrounding area
    From:  Harry Corpening
                       President of "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni & Friends"
     
     
    I Hope this email finds you celebrating your BEST Memorial Day ever!
    I have 3 things I want to briefly tell you about (and 2 of these are time sensitive).
    There are "articles" about all of these on the RJR Alumni website (www.RJRalumni.org ).
     
    First:  proctors and hallway monitors are needed during RJR exams.  Hopefully you will be available to help out between June 6th - 8th.
     
    Second:  on June 5th in the RJR Black Box Theatre, there is going to be a screening of a documentary ("Weaving Connections") made in partnership between RJR students and Pulitzer Center journalists. This is a part of the Center's NewsArts initiative in Winston-Salem. 
     
    If you are like me and think that ALL news is produced by the Ground Hog Day crew (since today's news is seemingly exactly like yesterday's...which was like the day before that, etc., etc.), then you should come and see first-hand the good things taking place at Reynolds High School)!!
     
    Third:  RJR's Principal (Leslie Alexander) was named the 2017 Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Magnet Teacher of the Year!
     
    Again, please go to our Alumni website (www.RJRalumni.org ) to see more details of these above mentioned things, as well as finding links to videos of some ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS school concerts.
     
    In closing, let me say that the RJR Alumni can honor folks like Mrs. Alexander( with checks for $,1000) ONLY if we have the donated funds to do so.  If you are able:  please mail us a tax deductible donation...so we can continue to give our Teachers (and Principals) of the Year $1,000...AND also be able to award two $1,000 scholarships annually (one to a deserving female Senior and another to a deserving male Senior).
     
    It is as true now as it was when first written...
     
    AMID THE PINES SHE PROUDLY STANDS!
     
    You can send your checks to the address shown below.
    Thank you!
    And if you served in the military:  MANY MANY THANKS!
     
    Please feel free to forward this email on to anyone who may be interested in seeing it, or any RJR Alum who may have changed email addresses.
     
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114 
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    December, 30, 2016 
    To:      Fellow Alumni of RJ Reynolds High School
    From:  Harry Corpening
                        President of RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends
     
     
    I hope this email finds you doing well...and getting ready to begin your BEST year EVER!
     
    Several year-end updates concerning RJR (which can be viewed on the Alumni website: www.RJRalumni.org ):
     
    * While on a four-day performing arts field trip to NYC (which included workshops with professionals from Cats, Hamilton, and Something Rotten/backstage tours/college tours/visits with Former students who are now working in New York/experiencing the city--many for the first time!), one of our juniors (Emily Gaspar) became ill. She was diagnosed with Diabetes and spent several days in ICU before being released to return home. Her father flew up to be with her. Instead of selling tickets for the RJR Holiday Showcase, the performing arts students and teachers asked for donations toward Emily's medical expenses and her father's emergency travel expenses. $1100 were raised. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation for this cause, checks may be written to RJ Reynolds High School with Student Medical expenses on the memo line. These funds will be sent to the Gaspar Family. (These checks can be mailed to:  RJR - att:  Diana Kelly * 301 N. Hawthorne Rd. * Winston-Salem, NC 27104).
     
    * Applications are still being accepted for the RJR Arts Hall of Fame (details of which can be found on the Alumni website:  www.RJRalumni.org ).
     
    * Donations (which are tax deductible) are still being accepted for digital cameras in good working order (to be used with the Photography classes).  These can be brought to the School Office, or mailed to the school (at:  RJR - Att:  Karen Morris * 301 N. Hawthorne Road * Winston-Salem, NC 27104).
     
    * For those living in the Winston-Salem area, the ever popular RJR A Capella Jam will be held in Reynolds Auditorium on Saturday, January 21st (featuring fabulous A Capella groups from various high schools and colleges).
     
    * For those male alumni (who graduated in the 50's and 60's) living in this area:  the quarterly get-together at the Golden Corral restaurant at Hanes Mall will be on January 11th (and details can be found on the Alumni website: www.RJRalumni.org ).
     
    In closing, please remember that the RJR Alumni's annual $1,000 RJR Teacher of the Year award and the two $1,000 RJR Alumni Scholarships (awarded to a Senior female and male studeent) can exist ONLY via tax deductible donations from RJR Alumni....like YOU!  If you have some dollars you would like to send to this cause, they (via a check) can be mailed to us at the address listed below.
     
    Feel free to forward this email on to anyone you think would be interested in reading it.
    If you would like to unsubscribe to our mailing list:  merely reply back with that message.
    And remember the words are as true today as when they were first written:
     
    Amid the Pines she proudly stands!
     
    PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW MAILING ADDRESS (BELOW):
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is:
    www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is:
    www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114
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    December 14, 2016 
     
    To:      Fellow RJ Reynolds High School Alumni living in the Winston-Salem area
    From:  Harry Corpening
                         (President of RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends)

     

    I hope this email finds you doing well.

    The reason for this email is simple:  to invite you (and your family and friends) to an open house at RJR on Friday evening...as well as to the ever popular RJR Holiday Showcase (that will take place in the Auditorium).

     

    The Open House at RJR (which is open to RJR Alumni as well as prospective families) will be from 5:30-6:45 pm, and will include cookies and carols.   For the Holiday Showcase in the Auditorium (7:00 -8:30 pm), the theatre students will create skits based on memories from different eras (submitted by alums), the chorus students will sing holiday songs, the dance students will dance some memories, the instrumental music students will play some holiday favorites, and the visual arts students will have work displayed.

     

    I will be there...and I hope to see you also!

     
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114
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    November 24, 2016 
     
    To:      Fellow Alumni of RJ Reynolds High School
     
    From:  Harry Corpening  
                          President of "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni & Friends"

     

    I hope this email finds you celebrating your BEST Thanksgiving EVER!

    There are two things I want to tell you about...and both of these are also "articles" on the RJR Alumni website (that you should take time to look at) : www.RJRalumni.org  .

     

    * The 2016 RJR Fall Chorus Concert was staged last week…and it was PHENOMINAL.  A video of it is posted on the Alumni website.  (If you want to take an hour this weekend to "chill out," listening to this will great music will certainly bring a smile to your face)!

     

    *The upcoming RJR Holiday Showcase concert (that has been rescheduled for 7:00 PM on Friday , Dec. 16th), is hoping the RJR Alumni will send in their memories of life "amid the pines"  (so these can be incorporated into this popular event).  If you would like to submit your favorite RJR memories, send an email (with a subject line of "RJR memories") to Karen Morris (who is the RJR Arts Magnet Director) at:  ksmorris@wsfcs.k12.nc.us .

     

    That evening there will be an Open House at RJR from 5:30-6:45 pm, with cookies & carols…for prospective families (and alums).   For the Holiday Showcase in the auditorium (7:00 -8:30 pm), the theatre students will create skits based on memories from different eras (submitted by alums), the chorus students will sing holiday songs, the dance students will dance some memories, the instrumental music students will play some holiday favorites, and the visual arts students will have work displayed.

     

    Also,  let me remind you that the yearly awards the RJR Alumni organization gives out (which is a $1,000 Teacher of the Year award, as well as two $1,000 scholarships...one for a deserving male senior, and the other for a deserving female senior) can only happen via tax deductible donations from RJR Alumni like YOU!  We hope that you will be able sometime this year to send us a donation to help those students who are learning "amid the pines."  (Should you wish to do so:  please send your check (made out to "RJR Alumni") to the address shown below).

     

    And last, please feel free to forward this email on to anyone you think may not have received it.  Should you wish to unsubscribe from our email list:  merely reply back with that request.

     

    As always, MANY thanks for your time and consideration.

     
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114


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    November 10, 2016
    To:      Fellow Alumni of RJ Reynolds High School (that live in the Winston-Salem area)
     
    From:  Harry Corpening   (President of "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni & Friends")
     
    I hope this email finds you doing well.  Isn't it GREAT we are not having to endure any more political ads?!!
    There are several things I want to tell you about...and all of these are also "articles" on the RJR Alumni website ( www.RJRalumni.org ):
     
    * The next (AND LAST) Matt Gfeller Memorial Doughnut Run will be staged on this Saturday at 9:00 am.  (If Matt were still alive, he would be graduating from college this school year...which means his friends (who first organized this) will be graduating from college this school year).
     
    * Applications are still being accepted (through the end of the calendar year) for the Reynolds High School Arts Hall of Fame's inaugural class of honorees.  (These applications can be found on the RJR Alumni website).
     
    * There are 4 upcoming RJR student concerts (open to the public) at the Auditorium between now and Christmas...with the historically most popular one being the Holiday Spectacular on December 20th at 7:00 pm.  Please try to attend at least  one of these.
     
    * Via the fantastic partnership between Reynolds High School and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and SECCA (the SouthEastern Center for Contemporary Arts), photographer Thomas van Houtryve  will give a talk (featuring his own photographs) titled "Drone War, Exile, and Digital Identity" on Thursday, November 17th, at 6:00 pm at the SECCA auditorium.  There is no cost for admission.
     
    * The RJR Staff is hoping to receive the following (tax deductible) donations:
            * digital cameras (in good working order) for the Photography classes (that are rapidly growing in popularity).
            * a leather or naugahyde sofa for the Auditorium's Green Room...where performers wait to go on-stage.  The color does not matter.
            * two upholstered chairs for the RJR Staff lounges.  The type of covering of these chairs does not matter...nor does the color.
            * three small end tables (to go next to the sofa and chairs).
     
    If you have one (or more) of these items (that is in good condition) that you would like to donate to the school (and this would be considered an in-kind tax deductible donation to RJR),  please reply back to this email with the subject line of "donation."  Also (if possible) attach a picture of the item(s)...as well as a description....as well as your name and phone number.  (I will come pick up the chairs and sofas that are selected...but I will need help loading them onto my trailer).
     
    Also. let me remind you that the yearly awards the RJR Alumni organization gives out (which is a $1,000 Teacher of the Year award, as well as two $1,000 scholarships...one for a deserving male senior, and the other for a deserving female senior) can only happen via tax deductible donations from RJR Alumni like YOU!  We hope that you will be able sometime this year to send us a donation to help those students who are learning "amid the pines."  (Should you wish to do so:  please send your check (made out to "RJR Alumni") to the address shown below).
     
    And last,  please feel free to forward this email on to anyone you think may not have received it.  Should you wish to unsubscribe from our email list:  merely reply back with that request.
     
    As always, MANY thanks for your time and consideration.
     
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114


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    October 8, 2016
     

    To:      Fellow RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and friends

     
    From:  Harry Corpening
                       (President of "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends")
     
     
    I hope this email finds you doing well...and if you live on the coast in Florida or S.C. or N.C.:  our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    I just wanted to tell you about some of the new "articles" on the RJR Alumni website (www.RJRalumni.org): 
    * There is a fantastic partnership between RJR and SECCA and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.  World class journalists and photographers (from "Pulitzer")  will be staging events at SECCA in the coming months...and they will also be coming to RJR to interact with students.  There is a video of me interviewing folks from Pulitzer, SECCA and RJR describing this partnership.
    * RJR's school performance grade has increased from a C to an A
    * A newly created RJ Reynolds High School Arts Hall of Fame has been created, and it is now accepting applications for nominees for the first year's inductees.
    * A major hassle is brewing (between RJR athletic team supporters and folks living in the neighborhoods close to the School) over who has the right/ability to make improvements/renovations at Hanes Park for school teams.  A local newspaper article details some of this.  Also, there is a thorough presentation (by the RJR Alumni) that shows the facts and legal documents that determine what entities control what happens at Hanes Park.
    * The RJR Alumni has given a golf cart to the school to help the Staff patrol Hanes Park.
    * There are a couple of publications posted (in pdf format) that showcase the writing and artistic abilities of RJR Students.
     
    If you live in the Winston-Salem area, three upcoming events you may wish to attend are:
    * Men who were at RJR in the 50's and 60's are invited to attend a "men only" lunch at Golden Corral at Hanes Mall on Oct. 12th.  Each person pays only for what they eat and drink.  (There are no speakers).
    * On Oct. 13th and 14th at 7:00 pm and on Oct. 15th at 2:00 pm, Reynolds High School Drama presents Enemy of the People in Reynolds Auditorium.
    * On Oct. 26th at 7:30 pm at Wake Forest's Brendle Rectal Hall in the Fine Arts Building, award winning  "Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting" journalist Scott Anderson presents "Fractured Lands:  How the Arab World Came Apart."  (There is no cost for this presentation).
     
    In closing, let me ask you to please forward this email on to anyone you think may be interested in reading it.  Also, please know that the only way the RJR Alumni organization can make contributions to Reynolds High School (such as the above mentioned golf cart, or annual scholarships and Teacher of the Year Awards) are by the receipt of tax deductible donations from people like YOU!  Info as to where donations (via checks) are to be mailed is found below.
     
    As always, many thanks for your time and consideration.
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    This is the e-mail address of "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and the "RJ Reynolds High School Alumni and Friends" organizations (which are both chaired by Harry Corpening, and which both are 501(c)3 entities).
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on both FaceBook and MySpace as "RJ Reynolds High School".
    "RJR Alumni & Friends" can be found on Classmates.com as "R J R Alumni".
    The website for "RJR Alumni & Friends" is: www.RJRalumni.org .
    The website for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" is: www.RJRauditorium.org .
    The mailing address for "The Friends of Richard J. Reynolds Auditorium" and "RJR Alumni and Friends" is:

    P.O. Box 26172
    Winston-Salem, NC 27114

     
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