With the final remains of the old Cass Technical High School on the verge of coming down, an e-mail from the school’s alumni association is asking for Technicians to stand up for the building one last time, gathering for the final class picture in front of the school this Saturday at 1 p.m. In an e-mail from the school’s alumni association, Tony Lockard wrote:
Nothing is up but the facade on Second Avenue. I am trying in short order to have all the alums that we can get together one last time.
Questions go to Lockard: StarTimeME@gmail.com.
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