Saturday, September 5, 2015
(Saturday before Labor Day)
11 am - 2 pm
Northwood High School
Registration / name tags
11 am - 1:45 pm
Shaker Nation Hall of Fame
11:15 am (approximate)
Shaker Memories and Wall of Honor slide shows
11:30 am-1:45 pm (continuous)
items for sale
quilt signing and tickets
continuous until 1:45 pm
New for the reunion this year:
The Shaker Nation Hall of Fame
Three individuals will be honored this year at the reunion as they are inducted into the inaugural Shaker Nation Hall of Fame. These three people are being honored for their exceptional loyalty and dedication to the Shakers. Attendees at the reunion will have an opportunity to submit nominations for next year's Hall of Fame recipients.
The 2015 Shaker Nation Quilt
Quilt block: "Arkansas Crossroads"
Made by Katie Hyman and machine quilted by Carol Hunt
Tickets: $3 each or 4 tickets for $10, sold only at the reunion
Proceeds support the Shaker Nation Scholarship and the annual reunion
Please sign the back of the quilt as a 2015 attendee.
Shaker Football Players,
Cheerleaders, and Coaches!
1965-66 Shaker Team Reunion
Friday, September 4, 2015
Palmer Mill, Saltville
Coach Harry Johnson and Charles "Squirrel" Warren are organizing a football team reunion for the players of 1965-66. Friday, September 4, 2015, at Palmer Mill in Saltville at 3:00 p.m. (the day before Shaker Nation Reunion 2015). Coach Nelson Ross had also been involved with the planning of this event until he passed away in July 2015.
Your help is still needed in reaching as many of the team members as possible. If you have contact information for any of the players, please contact Charles Warren at one of the following:
home phone: (931) 854-0240
cell phone: (931) 252-2759
mail: Charles Warren, 730 East 20th St., Cookeville, TN 28501
Shaker Nation Awards $250 Scholarship
to NHS Senior Jonmichael Talbert
In the spirit of preserving the Shaker legacy and passing it on to our Northwood Panthers, the Shaker Nation has established a small scholarship fund to benefit a Northwood senior who demonstrates excellence by balancing academics with sports, employment, clubs, church, and civic activities.
We are particularly proud to present this award this year to a young man who has not only done all of this, but who also shares the same sentiment as do those of us in the Shaker Nation: to cherish our history by sharing our time and talents with future generations. We asked for specific ways that alumni can make a positive and lasting impact on the community. Among several other things, he stated:
“Kids currently in school only know of these schools because they have heard the names mentioned. By speaking with alumni, they can learn so much more about the histories of these schools, which cannot be told by others as well as by the alumni who take pride and have many memories of attending these schools. Alumni are needed in the community to impact the youth by coaching Little League and other sports programs. By being involved in the youth of this community, those that still have pride in our town can instill that sense of pride in our youth, and we have a lot to be proud of!”
The Shaker Nation is therefore very pleased to present this 2015 scholarship award to Jonmichael Talbert.
Shaker Nation Helping NHS Band
Nearly every year since the first Shaker Nation Reunion in 2010, the Northwood High School Panther Pride Marching Band has cheerfully performed our school song for us at the reunion. Video from 2012
Keep the music and the Shaker legacy alive by supporting the Panther Pride!
Approximately 500 Shakers attended Shaker Nation Reunion 2014
Spirit Stick for Best Attendance:
Class of 1964
Oldest in Attendance:
Ruth Farris Buchanan, Class of 1940
Pauline Everhart, Class of 1943
Winner of the 2014 Shaker Signature Quilt Raffle:
Doug Routh, Class of 1960
Shakers have visited this site
since June 11, 2011.
The Wall of Honor is intended for the sole purpose of recognizing deceased Shakers who attended Saltville High, R. B. Worthy High, or any of the feeder elementary schools, regardless of graduation status. You may submit additional names here via email. See the Wall of Honor page for that list of names.