We, the citizens of Wilcox County Alabama, have always possessed a great sense of pride for our community and as we passed the torch to the next generation, it is imperative that we work together cooperatively and collectively, to improve the quality of life for all citizens, especially the children of Wilcox County.
I am excited to announce that Wilcox Central High School (WCHS) will host Homecoming 2016 on Friday, October 7, 2016, starting 7:00 p.m., against Francis Marion High School, and we need your support. We are in need of volunteers, homecoming court ceremony, parade coordinators, float designers and builders, utility and commercial trailers usage, high school and college marching bands, all civic (Masons, Eastern Stars, Shriners, Biker Clubs, Horse Riding Clubs, Boys and Girl Scouts, etc.) and governmental organizations. Additionally, we are soliciting the support of all churches and members, retired educators, small and large business owners, and we are calling all alumni from Wilcox County High School, Wilcox Training High School, Camden Academy High School, Miller Ferry High School, Pine Hill High School, W. J. Jones High School, and Wilcox Academy as we prepare to launch the “Biggest Homecoming” in WCHS history.
I am open to all ideas, suggestions, donations (monetary–tax deductible, food and serving supplies, support resources, coverage personnel, etc.), that will bring this celebration to realization this October for our community.
We will be selling ads in our WCHS Homecoming Survivor Booklet ($5.00 per booklet) and the rates are listed on the attached form. Furthermore, we have included rates for participants for our parade for floats, vehicles, and marchers for this historic event. Please follow the instruction on the attached form and submit payments directly to the WCHS school bookkeeper, Ms. Angela Lundy.
Wilcox County Alabama, I appreciate your support thus far throughout my tenure and please know we can’t do this without YOU! Stop by, call, or email me as we build a better Wilcox County, one student at a time. Remember, there are 22 communities in Wilcox County Alabama, however, together we are One Wilcox!
Duane Edward Hale, Principal
Wilcox Central High School
“Home of the Jaguars”