Ballou Class of 1988 Reunions

The Ballou Class of 1988 Reunions Page is operated by a self-identified Committee of Alumni from the Frank W. Ballou High School's 1988 Graduating Class.

We identify times for reunion, establish reunion committee's and themes, plan, and enjoy each other. We identify times for reunion, establish the reunion committee's and themes, plan each reunion, and ensure that we have fun and raise funds to support our Alma Mater, our Alumni, the Ballou student body, and the Ballou Community. For each Reunion the Frank W. Ballou Class of 1988 Reunions Committee

Operating as usual

09/30/2023
12/27/2022

We have lost a Knight.

Karen Williams, a wife, mother, sister, cousin, grandmother and a friend
passed away yesterday morning, December 25. As we reflect on our memories of her, we know she was an advocate, staple and pillar in
the Hillcrest community and all of Ward 7. Her documented and demonstrated dedication to improving education in addition to her commitment to community, especially the Hillcrest Community, were unmatched. Please keep Earl Williams and the entire family in
your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Celebration-of-her life arrangements have not yet been finalized.

07/03/2022

Hello Fellow Knights ‼️😁‼️😁

Today is my 52nd revolution around the sun — and it begins my week of celebrating me (daggone it).

If I miss saying thank you for your well wishes or your call is because I SLEPT IN ((lmbo)).

For those who ask what I’d like for my birthday, please …

▪️set your Amazon gift giving to “The Girly Shop Teacher” (a non profit run by my HU Sista Tami Gam).

I would appreciate that non profit receiving dollars this year for its programming.

Thank y’all again in advance — 🎂🥰🍾
((How To: https://www.tiktok.com/t/ZTR8kXstc/?k=1))

12/26/2021

Happy Kwanza Knights ❤️🖤💚
Today is DAY 1: UJOMA or UNITY

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