Letter: Party seeks financial boostThe Hudson High School Senior All-Night Party is fast approaching on June 13. While many have given generously for this “safe celebration,” there remains a budget shortfall.
By: Tim and Diane Zais, Hudson, Hudson Star-Observer
The Hudson High School Senior All-Night Party is fast approaching on June 13. While many have given generously for this “safe celebration,” there remains a budget shortfall.
The first Senior All-Night Party was held in 1985, with the leadership of several caring Hudson parents including Winkie Coyne and Rozanne Kollitz. The parent-led Senior All-Night Party is a great legacy for our community. Hudson has experienced no graduation night mishap during the last 23 years due to this ongoing event.
The Senior All-Night Party is open to all 2009 graduates of Hudson High School, and the goal is to have over 90 percent of the class in attendance. The 2009 class will be the largest class to graduate from Hudson.
Tim and Diane Zais (co-chairs of the event) are asking for community members or alumni of Hudson High School to consider making a cash contribution to help provide scholarships to the party. Many alumni may remember their experience attending this event — and any contribution would help.
If you would like to make a financial contribution, please contact Tim or Diane Zais at (715) 386-2746 or mail checks directly to Hudson Senior Grad Party, c/o Tim or Diane Zais, 629 Cherry Circle N., Hudson WI 54016 (please include the year you graduated from HHS).
Tim and Diane Zais, Hudson
HHS Senior Party Co-chairs