Ashland High School Class of 1962 (Ashland High School Class of 1962 Scholarship)

Ashland High School Class of 1962 (Ashland High School Class of 1962 Scholarship)

The class of 1962 is blessed to be filled with people who have maintained lifelong friendships. Some of the bonds of friendship began in first grade classes at Pleasant Street, Arthur Street, Grant Street, Montgomery, Osborn, Taft, Edison, and Lincoln Street Schools, while others were formed later at Ashland High School. In celebration of friendships made in the Ashland City Schools, the class voted at their 40th class reunion to fund a perpetual scholarship for an AHS student. Long after the last member of the class of 1962 has passed on, there will be a piece of our class spirit remaining and encouraging young students to move toward their life goals. George Bernard Shaw’s quote says it all: “Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I’ve got hold of for the moment and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before passing it on to future generations.”

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