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Central High School announces two centennial celebrations this week
Central High School in Cape Girardeau has announced two centennial celebrations, including an event today for former volleyball players and coaches and the resurrection of a speaker program that kicks off Friday.
The high school has invited all former volleyball players and coaches to be guests to the home volleyball game today, beginning with a junior varsity match at 6:30 p.m. Between the junior varsity and varsity matches, the school will recognize on the court all former players and coaches in attendance, according to a news release. The school is also asking that their special guests to wear their vintage or contemporary Tiger orange and black.
On Friday, state Sen. Jason Crowell, who is a Central alumnus, is scheduled to be the first Lyceum speaker, which brings back a program from the past that asks guests to speak on a regular basis, the release said. Crowell will be the first Lyceum guest in more than five decades, the release said. Crowell will speak from noon to 1 p.m. Friday in the school's library.