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You can’t see the old building in person anymore, but you can still come home. (Photo property of Coupeville All-School Reunion Facebook page)

Ticket sales for the Coupeville All-School Reunion are just around the corner.

The reunion itself is set for 6-11 PM Saturday, Aug. 17 at the Coupeville Rec Hall.

Cost is $20 per person.

Open to adults 21 years and older, the event operates as a B.Y.O.B., but Hors d’oeuvres, non-alcoholic beverages, and mixers will be provided.

To obtain a ticket request form, send your email or mailing address to: Joyce Fruik, PO Box 1257, Coupeville, WA 98239.

Tickets will also be sold at the door.

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   As the #8 scorer in school history and the current coach of the Wolves, Brad Sherman combines the past, present and future of Coupeville High School basketball. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

It’s been quite the century.

Mark your calendars for Jan. 19, set aside the night and join Coupeville High School in celebrating 100 years of Wolf boys basketball.

Coupeville hosts Chimacum that night (3:30 JV/5:15 varsity) and, by pure kismet, it’s the exact date the first hoops game was played in school history.

CHS beat Langley 29-7 on Jan. 19, 1917, kicking off a 7-3 run through its inaugural season.

To mark the moment, Coupeville is inviting all former players and coaches to show up for the Chimacum game.

A special program, looking back through the program’s history, will be handed out and Wolf hardwood greats will be honored.

After the game, all former Wolf hoops players and coaches will be invited down to the court, so that local photographer John Fisken can immortalize the moment with an epic group photo.

Whether you played a hot minute or scored 1,000 points, Jan. 19 is about tying the past, present and future of Wolf basketball together.

Don’t be square, be there.

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