The cat’s out of the bag — Cat Tale release party Aug. 7

Ponca City Now - July 25, 2016 2:14 pm

The 2016 Cat Tale, "Into the Future," will be released at the fifth annual Cat Tale Midnight Release Party on Sunday, Aug. 7.

The following information applies to people who bought a copy at school or online at the publisher's website.

The 2016 seniors (only) will be admitted to the party at 11 p.m., while underclass students will be admitted at midnight. The party ends for everyone at 2 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 8.

The party will be held at Po-Hi, and students are asked to park in the teachers' lot on Fifth Street and enter through the west entrance.

In addition to picking up yearbooks, students are encouraged to stay for the autograph party, music, trivia and prizes. Wristbands will be issued for students who are under the age for the city's curfew.

Admission to the party is free, but only students who purchased 2016 yearbooks will be admitted. All students must show proper ID to enter the party and to pick up their yearbooks.

Students may NOT pick up yearbooks for other students at the Release Party. Parents may, however, pick up their student's yearbook with valid ID.

A limited number of extra copies were ordered, and they can be purchased for $70 the night of the party and while supplies last.

If students are unable to attend the Release Party, yearbooks can be picked up at enrollment on Aug. 9-10 at Po-Hi. After that, students can pick up books in room 303 of the Howell Building after Aug. 28.

For more information, contact Paige Marsh, Cat Tale adviser, at [email protected],

 

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