A Lesson For Alumni

Representatives from the Orrville High School Alumni Association recently received a lesson in alumni relations when they traveled to East Liverpool, Ohio to meet with Frank “Digger” Dawson, one of the founders of the East Liverpool Alumni Association (ELAA).

Making the trek from Orrville were Vicki Dreher, Dean Reusser and Phyllis Wiebe.

Founded in 1982, ELAA currently has more than 16,000 members. In 1995, ELAA moved into their very own new building which was funded by alumni donations. The Orrville Alumni representatives were impressed with what ELAA has accomplished and came away with many ideas to move the Orrville High School Alumni Association forward.


The Orrville High School Alumni Association was officially founded in 2008 and serves to support
the Orrville City Schools, to preserve historical school records, to maintain an alumni database and to provide channels of communication among alumni.


Stay connected with the Orrville High School Alumni Association by visiting www.orrvillealumni.com. Also on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.















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