Anderson Alumni Association donates check to Crossnore Children’s Home

Patricia Sadler, Quilla Smith, Theodis Foster, Rudy Hill, and Beverly Williams with Maribeth Robinson (center), executive director Triad Region.

Anderson Alumni Association donates check to Crossnore Children’s Home
June 30
12:49 2021

Members of the A. H. Anderson Alumni Association recently presented a donation to the Crossnore Children’s School and Home Summer Camp Fund in the amount of $500. The donation will sponsor children of the home to participate in an enriching and fun summer camp program. The Anderson Alumni chose to contribute to this project to impact the lives of children who have experienced abuse or trauma in their young lives.  

The A. H. Anderson High School Alumni Association’s mission is to preserve the legacy of the historically Black high school and provide services that improve the quality of life. Anderson High School graduated it’s first class in 1962 and the last class in 1970 when schools were integrated. 

An exemplary educational institution for African American students, Anderson was named for an outstanding educator, Mr. Albert H. Anderson, and was managed by superior administrators and staffed by exceptional instructors who demanded academic excellence. The high school  produced outstanding graduates who have made tremendous contributions to this city, state, and country.

Theodis Foster, association president, said, “In the Anderson Alumni tradition of service, we take pride in making a difference in a child’s life and enabling children to have an exciting and enjoyable summer camp experience this year.”

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