The Butler/Caldwell County Alumni and Friends Association held its annual reunion on Saturday, Sept. 7 during Black Patch.

The reunion began with registration in the Butler Building. The Alumni Room was open for attendees to look at school memorabilia. A meet and greet was held in the gym for attendees to catch up with old classmates.

The reunion meeting and program began with a welcome and call to order by B/CCA&F Association President Robert Hayes. Secretary Linda Granstaff read the previous year's meeting minutes, and Treasurer Barry Granstaff gave the financial report. Hayes recognized the 2019 Scholarship Recipient, Katie Franklin.

The B/CCA&F Association awards a scholarship to a female graduating senior who excels in athletics each year. Franklin shined in softball. During her time on the Lady Tigers, she was named to the All-District Team (four years), All-Region Team (two years), All-State Second Team (one year), All-State Academic Team (one year) and All-Region Tournament Team (two years). She will continue her softball career at Asbury University in Wilmore.

Hayes then conducted old and new business and election of directors. Linda Granstaff held a roll call of classes and class reunions:

Class of 1954: 65th reunion; Class of 1959: 60th reunion; Class of 1969: 50th reunion; Class of 1979: 40th reunion; Class of 1989: 30th reunion; Class of 1999: 20th reunion.

Justice Lisabeth Hughes, class of 1973, was introduced as the speaker. Dot McConnell led attendees in a singing of the Alma Mater. Superintendent Nate Huggins blessed the meals and Hayes adjourned the meeting.

Following the meeting, lunch was served in the Butler Gym. It was catered by Knoth's Bar-B-Que.