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Star of Indiana plans alumni corps appearance

Star of Indiana is making plans to march an alumni corps in the Indianapolis 500 parade on May 29, 2004. The weekend’s events will begin with a rehearsal on May 27. The group will rehearse all day on the 28th and march in the parade on the 29th. The weekend will close with a 20-year celebration of the Star organization on the night of the 29th. All who have been involved with the organization over the past 20 years will be invited to this event. The details of this event are subject to change and are still very early in the development stage.

The organizers would like to have a complete mailing list of those interested in attending by the end of September. Visit www.staralumni.org for more details or contact Josh Talbott (jtalbott@cook-inc.com), Rob Dorocke (rdorocke@cook-inc.com) or Mike Miller (MichaelWMiller@prodigy.net).

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