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Generations Unite: Bowie Alumni Support Students Through Scholarships

In 2016, the Bowie Breakfast Club, comprised of proud members from the Class of the 1950s, emerged with a mission to provide scholarships for current Bowie High School students.

Their dedication sparked the interest of the Bowie Alumni Association, whose members, hailing from the Class of the 1970s, eagerly joined forces in pursuit of this noble cause.

Gathered around tables adorned with memorabilia from their respective eras, these alumni, representing different generations, collaborate with a singular goal: to uplift and support the next generation of Bowie students.

Through various fundraising endeavors, including raffles, dances, and community outreach, they work diligently to raise scholarship funds.

Their combined efforts have already yielded tangible results, with several scholarships awarded to deserving students.

However, their commitment to the cause remains unwavering as they invite more members to join their ranks and contribute to their scholarship fund.

This heartwarming tale of intergenerational collaboration serves as a testament to the enduring spirit of community and the profound impact of giving back.

Despite the passage of time, these alumni continue to demonstrate their unwavering dedication to their alma mater and its students.

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