Dry Creek Elementary Parent Association member Lindsay Folmer and Principal Aaron Cook hold decades-old ledgers that were found in a storage area underneath the stage in the school’s multipurpose room. To celebrate the school’s 150th anniversary, school officials encourage former students, staff and administrators to come forward with memorabilia that can be displayed during a carnival set for Sept. 23.
Dry Creek Elementary Parent Association member Lindsay Folmer and Principal Aaron Cook hold decades-old ledgers that were found in a storage area underneath the stage in the school’s multipurpose room. To celebrate the school’s 150th anniversary, school officials encourage former students, staff and administrators to come forward with memorabilia that can be displayed during a carnival set for Sept. 23. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent
Dry Creek Elementary Parent Association member Lindsay Folmer and Principal Aaron Cook hold decades-old ledgers that were found in a storage area underneath the stage in the school’s multipurpose room. To celebrate the school’s 150th anniversary, school officials encourage former students, staff and administrators to come forward with memorabilia that can be displayed during a carnival set for Sept. 23. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent

Calling all panthers: Dry Creek Elementary School to celebrate 150 years of tradition with alumni reunion carnival

August 29, 2016 12:47 PM