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P.O. Box 454
Molalla, OR 97038

Welcome! The MHS Alumni Association has been in existence since 1915. Its main goal is to enhance higher education opportunities for MHS graduates (scholarships) and promote fellowship among the alumni.
"Keeping the Connection"

 

2016 Annual Spring Reunion:  The 2016 Annual Spring (all classes) reunion will be held Saturday, April 23, 2016.

Click here to get the 2016 Annual Spring Newsletter and attached Registration Form. (Registration form by itself is Here).  Print out, fill out and return by April 15, 2016.

We need your E-Mail address! Mailing/printing costs have risen in recent years. Communication with Alumni via E-Mail saves on money that can be used for scholarships.  Please update your contact information (E-Mail address) using the MHS Membership Page. (Click here).
2015 Scholarship Winners Announced: Click here to see the list of 2015 Alumni Scholarships which were awarded May 20, 2015.

Please support the scholarship effort! Consider a donation to the MHSAA scholarship fund.  We are registered as a 501 c(3) Non-Profit organization with the IRS.

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Click on this Facebook icon to see our page on Facebook.  Click on "Like" and updates will be added to your newsfeed.  (You need to be a facebook member.

Class of 1982 Alaska Cruise:  Some folks from Class of 1982 are planning an Molalla High School Alumni 7-day cruise to Alaska departing August 7th, 2016. All MHS Alumni are invited!

The cruise information can be found on FaceBook by clicking here: MHS Alaska Cruise

Old Yearbooks for Sale . . . Some old MHS Arrow yearbooks are for sale.  Click here to see which ones are available.  Proceeds go towards the scholarship fund.

Donate your unwanted Arrows?  Please consider giving your old annuals to the Alumni Association to sell and use the proceeds to add to our Scholarship Fund? Email us at mhs_yearbook_sales@molalla-alumni.org 

   

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