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Harrisonites and Guest,


We need your help and participation!

We will be organizing a community choir to sing during the Worship and Memorial  Service on Saturday, August 3 at 11:00am  to be held in St. Paul Church.  We will rehearse on July 29, and August 1, @ 7pm…. Nehemiah Temple....117 McHaney.  Marilyn McNear, Minister of Music.

Songs to practice for the reunion!  "Check out on "YouTube"

(1) Bishop Brandon Jacobs "Church Medley", (2) For the Rest of My Life by Timothy Wright and the New York Fellowship Mass Choir,(3) "Safe in His Arms" Rev. Milton Brunson & The Thompson Community Singers and (4) The Mississippi Mass Choir - "They Got The Word"(Lyric Video)

Richard Berry Harrison High School

Classes of

1935 Through 1975


Alumni Reunion 2024

August 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 2024

Theme: "Spirit of the Harrisonites"

Theme Song: "Glory, Glory Hallelujah”

Harrisonites, Incorporated

P.O. Box 2093

Blytheville, Arkansas 72316






I am giving glory to God that we had the excellent opportunity of being educated in a predominately-Black institution.  The stories we now tell are those of struggle, inequality, adversity, lack, and failure.  Yet in that same breath of storytelling, we tell of triumph, equality, good times, privileges, and success.  How can one entwine these opposites into one?  By being in attendance at the 2024 Reunion of the Richard Berry Harrison High School, that 'Little School on Elm Street'.   The home of the Mighty, Mighty, Dragon.  Welcome to the circle of Life.  A weekend of enjoyment, amusement, serenity, sovereignty, and recollection.

Our theme is "Spirit of the Harrisonites” and our theme song is "Glory, Glory Hallelujah" by Julia Ward-Howe.  We the hosting committee would like to guarantee that we never forget where we came from and what it took to get us here.  Therefore, we have elected to return to our "Roots" by celebrating our modest beginning.  We have to remember where we came from to appreciate how far we have come.  Our past positively affects our future.  

As we go back to those dark days, let us review them in the light that they produce.  Let us sing our Reunion Song in the tune of “Glory, Glory Hallelujah “with a deeper meaning because we have so much to be thankful for.  The battle is not over but the fight is not as intense.  

As we salute the fine work of the Harrisonites and Guests in the field of medicine.  Let us be mindful of one lesson they taught, that a life is a terrible thing to waste.  We thank them foremost for their unwavering service and we thank you for being here to commemorate them.

By the authority given to me by Harrisonites, Incorporated, I declare Reunion 2024 open for business and high spirit.  If we can be of service to you in anyway, please do not hesitate to allow us to assist you.  The Blytheville Alumni Association of Harrisonites, Incorporated, and your host committee is on notice that you are to be treated like African Kings and Queens. 

Harrisonites Forever,

Geneva Aldridge-Harris, President- Class of '71

Harrisonites, Incorporated

                             National Officers

President-Geneva Aldridge-Harris-‘71

First Vice-President-Catherine Jones-Satchell-‘69

Second Vice-President-Beatrice Jenkins-Davis-‘70

Recording Secretary-Linnie Clark-Heard-‘72

Assistant Secretary-Linda Bedford-Williams-‘73

Correspondence Secretary-Sandra Thomas-King-‘66

Treasurer-Kenneth Keltner King-‘66

Historian-Delores Rice-Freeman-‘64

Reporter-Bobbie Trible-Diamond-‘71

Chaplain-Lawrence “Larry” Keith-‘68

Parliamentarian- Robinson Nunn-’61-Deceased

Past President-Lucretia Horne-McDonald-‘55=Deceased

Board of Directors

Geneva Aldridge-Harris-‘71                                                                * Faye Maxine Williams-Ford-‘53               

Catherine Jones-Satchell-‘69                                                  *Vivion Brown-Ware-‘55

Beatrice Jenkins-Davis-‘70                                                 *Russell Ware-‘55                                     Linda Bedford-Williams-‘73                                                     Linnie Clark-Heard-‘72                     

Sandra Thomas-King-‘66                                                 *Charles Sanders-‘55

Kenneth Keltner King-‘66                                                          Delores Rice-Freeman-‘64                                                                                               Bobbie Trible-Diamond-‘71


                                                            *Board Member Emeritus


Chartered Chapters

*Blytheville Alumni Association of Harrisonites

 *Chicago Alumni Association of Harrisonites

*Little Rock Alumni Association of Harrisonites

Michigan State Alumni Association of Harrisonites

St. Louis Alumni Association of Harrisonites



Committee Chairperson

Scholarship-Catherine Jones-Satchell-‘69                                 Constitution and By-Laws-Herman Strickland-‘57

Election-Kathy Lester-Dodd-‘71                                                              Nomination-Winston Bernard Turner-‘68

Alma Mater

Harrison, My Harrison


In the great state of Arkansas,

Harrison, My Harrison,

Students gather here from near and far,

Harrison, My Harrison.


Give to them all, thy wisdom store

Courage, and love and light and lore;

And we'll be true for ever more

Harrison, My Harrison.


We humbly bow before thy shrine

Harrison, My Harrison

Ardent worshippers we'll be of thine,

Harrison, My Harrison.


We all go forth thy praise to sing,

In peace and war, sunshine and rain,

Thy message to the world proclaim

Harrison, My Harrison.


Tune: Maryland, My Maryland

Words: Mrs. Carrie B. White 

Song Leader:  Robert L. Wilburn, Sr.-‘57




Theme: "Spirit of the Harrisonites"

Theme Song: "Glory, Glory Hallelujah”- By Julia Ward-Howe



Blytheville Public School-Multipurpose Building

1103 Byrum Road


Happy Hour

Essence Event Center

2044 E. State Highway 18


The Lucretia Horne-McDonald Worship and Memorial Service-‘55

ST. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

1630 West Street


Business Meeting

Richard Berry Harrison Multipurpose Complex

801 Elm Street

Thursday, August 1, 2024

Registration Meet and Greet

6:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.

Geneva Aldridge-Harris, President-Chairperson- Class of ‘71

“Baby Dee”-D.J.


Friday, August 2, 2024

Registration and Picnic

9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m

Continental Breakfast..........9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.

 Leona Bobo-Tate-Class of ‘64 and Dorothy Tate-Johnson- class of ’74-Chairpersons

Blytheville Alumni Association of Harrisonites-Geneva Aldridge-Harris, President-Class of ‘71

Picnic...............................................11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.

Gloria Fair-Chairperson-Class of ‘74

Games-Joyce Cooper-Hunter-‘63

Individual Class Reunions...............................2:00 p.m -4:00 p.m.                    

(Each Class is responsible for your own meeting site.)

Class Night Program.................6:00p.m.-9:00 p.m.

M.C.s- Lamon(’83) and Latoria(’95) Gibson-Aldridge-Associated Members

Throwback Fashion Show- Co-Commentators- Delores Rice- Freeman and Lee Rainer-‘64

The Voice Hourly Karaoke

Geneva Aldridge-Harris-President-Chairperson-Class 0f ‘71

Scholarship Auction-Dr. Pennie King-Stallworth-‘71


Happy Hour


Essence Event Center



Saturday, August 3, 2024

The Lucretia Horne-McDonald Worship and Memorial Service-Class of ‘55

  Board Emeritus and Past President Twice                           

St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

11:00 a.m.

1630 West Street

Blytheville, Arkansas 72315

Rev. Bennie Washington, Pastor

Speaker: Pastor Ralph Edward Diamond-Class of ‘67

Unity on Fire Worship Center

3636 Hunter Avenue

Kansas City, MO 64129

Worship Leader- Dr. Pennie King-Stallworth-Class of ‘70

Norma J. Valley-Chairperson- Class of ‘73


Business Meeting.............2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

Richard Berry Harrison Multipurpose Complex

801 Elm Street

Blytheville, Arkansas 72315

Geneva Aldridge Harris, Presiding-Class of ‘71


Banquet Dinner and Social Hour....................6:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.


M.C.-Barbara McCollough-Walker-‘71

Tribute- Patricia Evans-Barnett and Frederick McCoy-Class of ‘66

Geneva Aldridge-Harris, President- Chairperson-Class of ‘71

6:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.

"Baby Dee” -D. J.

SAVE THE DATES FOR REUNION 2026: AUGUST 6, 7, and 8, 2026

Reunion Song

(Glory, Glory, Hallelujah)

Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic

Written by: Lucretia Horne-McDonald-‘55 and Carolyn Horne-Middlebrooks-‘65

Song Leader: Robert L. Wilburn, Sr. - ‘57


Verse # 1:

Harrison High School was founded in 1935,

To educate Black student for a better life to strive,

Teachers, preachers, doctors, lawyers, and occupations to strive,

Harrisonites keep marching on.



Glory, glory, hallelujah--------------

Glory, glory, hallelujah--------------

Glory, glory, hallelujah--------------

Harrisonites, keep marching on.


Verse # 2:

Class reunions bring together past and present friends so dear,

To relive all the memories of a many a happy school year,

As our different routes and journeys take us places far and near,

Harrisonites, keep marching on.



Glory, glory hallelujah---------------

Glory, glory hallelujah---------------

Glory, glory hallelujah---------------

Harrisonites, keep marching on.




Class Night Program

August 2, 2024

6:00 p.m.

Geneva Aldridge-Harris, President-chairperson-‘71

M. Cs. ---------------------------Lamon (’83) and Latoria (’95) Gibson-Aldridge-Associate Members

Invocation-----------------------------Floyd Jean King-Moore-‘68

Greetings-----------------------------------Mayor Melissa Whaley-Logan-Blytheville, Arkansas

Throwback Fashion Show Co-Commentators- Delores Rice-Freeman and Lee Rainer-‘64

The Voice Hourly Karaoke-Harrisonites and Guests

Presentation of RBHHS Faculty and Staff-Second Vice-President Beatrice Jenkins-Davis and Willie Washington-‘70

Auction for Scholarships-Dr. Pennie King-Stallworth-‘70

 National Officers-Nomination Chairperson-Winston Bernard Turner-‘68

Reunion Committee-BAA-Secretary and Election Chairperson-Kathy Lester-Dodd-‘71

Roll Call-National Secretary-Linnie Clark-Heard -‘72

Awards-First Vice-President-Catherine Jones-Satchell-‘69

 Alma Mater-----------Harrison My Harrison-----------Written By Carrie B. White

(Tune: Marilyn My Marilyn)

Song Leader: Robert L. Wilburn, Sr.-‘57

Wear your favorite style from your school days at RBHHS.

Lucretia Horne-McDonald Worship and Memorial Service-‘55

Saturday, August 3, 2024

11:00 a.m.

St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

1630 West Street

                                  Blytheville, AR 72315

                                   Rev. Bennie L. Washington, Pastor

THEME: “Spirit of the Harrisonites”

Theme Song: Glory, Glory Hallelujah- By Julia Ward-Howe  

Praise and Worship.............................Community Choir

                                                                    Minister of Music-Marilyn McNear

                                                                    Musician-Michael Lofton

Worship Leaders......………………………...Dr. Pennie King-Stallworth-‘70

Scripture…Galatians…5:13-26…………...Rev. Michael Dandridge-‘67

Prayer………………………………………..…….William “Billy” Young-’68 

Musical Selection……………………………...Community Choir

Welcome…………………………………………..Norma J. Valley-‘74

Musical Selection………………………………Community Choir

Offering..............................................Greeters/Finance Committee                                                                                      

Introduction of Speaker…………………...Pastor Ivory Diamond-’68                                                                                         Amazing Grace………………………………...Congregation

Speaker…...........................................Pastor Ralph Edward Diamond-‘67

                                                                       Unity On Fire Worship

                                                                        3636 Hunter Avenue

                                                             Kansas City, MO 64129

Musical Selection................................Community Choir

Presentation and Acknowledgements..President Geneva Aldridge-Harris-‘71

Scholarship Awards………………………….Correspondence Secretary-Sandra Thomas-King-‘66

In Memoriam.....................................2019-2024...Kenneth Keltner King-‘66

Announcements……………………….……...Secretary Linnie Clark-Heard – ‘72

Benediction………………………………….....Minister Ralph  Edward Diamond-‘67

Program Committee

Norma J. Valley –Chairperson- ‘73

Geneva Aldridge-Harris –‘71

Marilyn McNear-Minister of Music

Finance Committee:

Kenneth Keltner King-Treasurer-’66    Roy Patton-’66   Elmer Davis- ’70    Henry Davis, Jr,’70


Jackie Seals, Alisha Williams, and Gwen Joe


13. You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free.  But, do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather serve one another humbly in love.

14. For the entire law is fulfilled in keeping this one command: “Love your neighbor as yourself.”

15. If you bite and devour each other, watch out or you will be destroyed by each other.

16.  So I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.  17. For the flesh desires what is contrary to the Spirit, and the Spirit what is contrary to the flesh.  They are in conflict with each other, so that you are not to do whatever you want.

18. But, if you are led by the Spirit, you are not under the law.

19. The acts of the flesh are obvious: sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery;

20. Idolatry and witchcraft; hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, dissensions, factions

21. And envy; drunkenness, orgies, and the like.  I warn you, as I did before, that those who live like this will not inherit the kingdom of God.

22. But, the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness

23.  Gentleness and self-control, against such things there is no law.

24. Those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires.

25. Since, we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit.

26.  Let us not become conceited, provoking, and envying each other.

 “Glory, Glory Hallelujah”                                                            


 “Battle Hymn of Republic”

Soong Leader: Robert L. Wilburn, Sr.-‘57

Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord:

He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored:

He hath loosed the fatal lightning and of His terrible swift sword:

His truth is marching on.


I have seen Him in the watch fire of a hundred circling camps;

They have built Him an altar in the evening dews and damps;

I can read His righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps,

His Day is marching on.


I have read a fiery gospel, writ in burnished row of steel;

“As ye deal with my condemners’, so with you my grace shall deal;

Let the Hero, born of woman; crush the serpent with his heel,

Since God is marching on.”


He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat;

He is sifting out the hearts of men before his judgment-seat;

Oh!  Be swift, my soul to answer Him!  Be jubilant, my feet!

Our God is marching on.


In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea,

With a glory in His bosom, that transfigures you and me:

As he died to make men holy, let us die to make men free.

While God is marching on.



Glory, glory hallelujah.

Glory, glory hallelujah

Glory, glory hallelujah.

Our God is marching on.





Saturday, August 3, 2024

6:00 p.m.

Blytheville, AR 72315


Theme: “Spirit of the Harrisonites”

 Theme Song: “Glory, Glory Hallelujah-By Julia Ward-Howe

Mistress of Ceremonies-Barbara McCollough-Walker-‘71

Welcome----------------------Bernice Jenkins-Staff Member-RBHHS           

Invocation--------------------Idell Jenkins-Faculty Member-RBHHS  


Musical Selections---------------------------Dorothy Erby


Tribute to the Field of Medicine-Patricia Evans-Barnett and Frederick McCoy-‘66


Reflections------------------Dr. Anes Wiley-Abraham-‘68

Presentation/Remarks-Geneva Aldridge-Harris---‘71

Reunion Song----------------Battle Hymn of Republic/Glory, Glory Hallelujah

Song Leader: Robert L. Wilburn, Sr.-‘57

Closing Prayer-------------- Pastor Howard Smith, III-‘75

Dinner Menu

Mixed Green Salad

Pasta Salad


Roast Prime Rib

Fried and Baked Chicken

Green Beans


Twice-Baked Mashed Potatoes





Iced Tea



Dinner and Decorations Committee

Gloria Fair-’74

Geneva AldridgeHarris-Chairperson-‘71

Decorations: ML Creations, Décor Rental, and More- LaTonya Sanders




President Geneva Aldridge-Harris-Reunion Coordinator and Program Booklets- ‘71

Correspondence Secretary-Sandra Thomas-King-‘66

Treasurer, Webmaster and Power-Point Presentations-Kenneth Keltner King-‘66

Gloria Fair- Food Director-‘74

Sandra Thomas-King-’66 and Barbara Evans-’70-Souvenirs

Song Leader-Robert L. Wilburn, Sr.-‘57

Leona Bobo-Tate-‘64 and Dorothy Tate Johnson-’74- Continental Breakfast

Norma J. Valley-Worship and Memorial Service-‘73

Pastor Ralph Edward Diamond-Speaker for the Worship and Memorial Service-‘67

Pennie King-Stallworth- Scholarship Auction-‘70

Games-Joyce Cooper-Hunter-‘63

Marilyn McNear-Minister of Music Worship and Memorial Service

Michael Lofton-Musician-Worship and Memorial Service

Delores Rice-Freeman-‘64 and Winston Turner-’68-Reunion Donors

Registration Clerks and Greeters-Jackie Seals and Alisha Williams

Dorothy Erby-Special Soloist for Banquet Dinner

Blytheville Alumni Association of Harrisonites, Incorporated

Lamon and Latoria Gibson-Aldridge-Associate Members

Idell and Bernice Jenkins-Faculty and Staff of RBHHS

Blytheville Public Schools

EOC-Richard Berry Harrison Multipurpose Complex- Director Priscilla Johnson

St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church- Rev. Bennie L. Washington, Pastor

Essence Event Center- John and Sherry Aldridge-Prunty-‘75

Bouvier’s Catering-Pennie Aldridge- Sims- Associate Member -BBQ and Banquet Dinner

Greg and Jacquelyn Harris-Burton-Associate Member-Fish Fry                                               

 OMG Thats Sweet-Shemika Sims-Jackson-Desserts

ML Creations & Décor Rental & More- LaTonya Sanders

Bradley’s Photograph-Dewayne Bradley-Class Photos

Corsages and Boutonnieres- Lucilla Joplin

D. J.-“Baby Dee”- Minnie Alexander

Dewitt Brooks -Sound System

Maitre D of the Banquet Dinner Wendy Rainer

Server and Greeter-Gwen Joe

Setup and Maintenance Charlie Jamison-‘75 and Kevin Orr

Harrisonites and Guests

Blytheville Alumni Association of Harrisonites, Incorporated

Reunion Committee 2024

Geneva Aldridge Harris, President-‘71

Stanley Jerome Dean-Vice President-‘71

Kathy Lester-Dodd Recording Secretay-‘71

Sandra Thomas-King-Correspondence Secretary -‘66

Joyce Cooper-Hunter-Alfred-Treasurer-‘63

Norma Valley-Financial Secretary-‘73

Deborah Howard-Brooks-Chaplin-‘74

Bobbie Trible-Diamond-Reporter-‘71

Bonnie Dodd-Dixon-Time Keeper-‘68

Kenneth Keltner King-‘66

Vernon Burton-‘65

Margo Gibson-Moore’69

Carol Murphy-Black-‘69

Leona Bobo-Tate-‘64

Linda Tate-Johnson-‘74

Wanda Bobo-Washington-‘61

Vivion Brown-Ware-‘55

Russell Ware-‘55

Sammy Dodd-‘66

Vera Hampton-Lucas-‘73

Linda Bedford-Williams-‘73

Margaret Howard-Brazeal-‘63

Cora Henry-John-‘68

John Quincy Diamond-‘71

Alex Mckinney-‘65

Andrew McKinney-‘69

Benjamin Moore-‘67

Loletha Davis-‘71

Howard Smith, III-‘75




Classes of 1935-1975


Dear Harrisonites and Guests,


You are being awarded five stars for reaching the goal of 💯 paid Harrisonites by Monday, July 1!

We applaud your response to our plea.  We knew in our hearts you would reach that goal.  Thank you for coming through and making the reunion a reality.


We are sending this text as a reminder and to caution you that our vendors will need the number of guests we expect by July 15.  We have 133 Harrisonites and guests paid in full.  We have submitted a count of 150.  We will only make accommodations for that number unless we go over by July 15.  If you register on site, there is a strong possibility we will not be able to accommodate you.  That would be a travesty. 

We are ordering the personalized souvenirs to be given to paid Harrisonites only.  We will order 125!  The first 125 registered Harrisonites will receive those souvenirs. The rest will receive a different souvenir that will not be personalized.  If you have not remitted your registration fee and wish to receive a personalized souvenir, we caution you to do it ASAP!

There is a time restraint on ordering personalized items.


We would also like to remind you that 12:00 midnight July 15 is the deadline for registration without a late fee of $10. There will be no refunds after 12:00 Midnight July 15


Please click the website link for updates.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

However, business must be handled in an expeditious manner to assure that all parties involved are protected and treated fairly.


Again, thank you for all that you do! 


Geneva Aldridge Harris, President

Class of 71


Sandra Thomas-King

Correspondence Secretary

Class of 66


Kenneth King


Class of 66


Kudos to you for making Reunion  2024 a reality!  We knew you could and would meet that July 1 goal of 100 paid Harrisonites and guest.  As promised, we will proceed with our plans to make this the best reunion ever!

We thank you for your sacrifice and speedy response to the goal set.  Now that we have reached that goal, let’s continue to encourage our schoolmates to please make an effort to join us.  The more the merrier!  We are in the third and fourth quarters of our lives, we can’t calculate when our last opportunity to meet will come.  Let’s make the best of Reunion 2024 and celebrate it as if it is the last one.  We have a new goal for July 15, 2024 of 125 Harrisonites and guest.  We hope you will help us achieve that goal.  A friendly reminder that after July 15, a late fee of $10 will be charged!

Thank you for your cooperation and for making Reunion 2024 a part of our future.  We look forward to meeting, greeting and fellowshipping with you.  We have only 36 days left before the three days of fun, laughter, joy and love begin.


Geneva Aldridge Harris


Class of ‘71

Sandra Thomas-King,

Correspondence Secretary

Class of ‘66

Kenneth King


Class of ‘66 

Notice: If you change mailing address, email, or phone number without notification we may not be able to communicate with you!

NOTICE: If you are viewing this site on any device, look at the upper left of the screen, there are 3 horizontal lines this is the  "Hamburger Menu Drawer" touch and it will expose all of the pages. Hope this is of help to some! 

I, Kenneth King, am doing Harrisonites work every day. Please accept as your receipt on the Commitment Page in the Paid Column if it is "pink" and your class year is listed, That means we have received your money!  Thank You!

Dear Committed Harrisonites,


I hope this appeal finds you well and looking forward to Reunion 2024 on August 1, 2 and 3, 2024  We are writing to let you know that we have concerns about the number of paid attendance and the reality of successfully having the reunion.

We assume you have all been on some planning committee, during your lifetime.  If so, you know that it is extremely important to know an approximate number of people to submit to vendors for food, souvenirs, seating, etc.

We have been closely monitoring the remittance of reunion fees.  The slow payments are causing us to wonder if we will be able to make good on the itinerary that is posted on the website.

We are sure you know that the more people we have,  the less we have to pay for certain services.  Today, we have 44 paid Harrisonites and 10 guests, for a total of 54 paid attendees  We originally stated that we need commitments from at least 100 people to even think of having a reunion.  If you do the math we are 46 short of that 100 goal.

If you are serious about your attendance, we beg of you to please send your fees as soon as possible.  We have set a deadline of July 1, 2024 to get our fees up to 100.  If we cannot get our numbers up, we are considering canceling the reunion for a lack of interest and funds.  We do not want to have this reunion and get left holding an outstanding balance to be paid by the committee.

We have done all we can do to plan this reunion that you requested.  The time is past due for you to hold up your end of the bargain.

Class representative and classmates, please look at the commitment list and light a fire under your classmates. 

Thank you for your compliance and help in this matter.


Harrisonites  $150

Guests  $100

Check or money order only!

Harrisonites, Inc.

P.O. Box 2093

Blytheville, AR 72316


Geneva Aldridge Harris, President

Class of 71

Sandra Thomas-King, Correspondence Secretary Class of 66

Kenneth King, Treasurer Class of 66


Jotform Registration "Link"



THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Delores Freeman just donated $150.00 to Harrisonitesinc., to contribute to the upcoming reunion!

Thank You Delores!

Harrisonites, Incorporated

P. O. Box 2093

Blytheville, Arkansas 72316



To see the list of persons committed to attending the 2024 Reunion from Menu/Hamburger Bar,  select 2024 Reunion Commitment


Geneva Aldridge Harris, President

Harrisonites, Incorporated

Class of 71


To see the entire list select the "Deceased List" from menu bar

If A loved one passes and you would like a photo and a small portion of the obituary posted on the website I would do my best to accommodate you if you would provide the information. I have already started and its listed under "Memorials"

FYI: The personal email address for Kenneth & Sandra king has changed. New address,