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MALAKOFF TIGERS EX-STUDENTS & ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

HISTORY

The association was formed some 30 years ago by a group classes from the 50's that wanted to preserve the homecoming reunion tradition that had been established by their ancestors many years before.
The Malakoff Tiger Exes was born in 1989. An all class reunion was first held at the Malakoff Community Center with subsequent reunions being held in the "Palace", the old HS gym, the current HS. In 2000, it became the Malakoff Ex-Students & Alumni Group.
The 2008 reunion was canceled due to the HS being designated an evacuation shelter during a hurricane. Later, the board at the time, voted to cease operations as an organization.
In 2009, a few alumni met to ensure that the organization continued to survive. 
In 2010, we reorganized into an IRS recognized, 501(c)7 non-profit, known as Malakoff Ex-Students & Alumni Association.

The association is managed by an volunteer board of directors who contribute freely of their time, energy, talent and, often, money to keep this organization in operation.
Without their perseverance, dedication and, most of all, love of their Malakoff High, this organization would not be able to exist.

The current board has been managing the association since 2010 and has been responsible for coordinating and running all the events we've hosted over the last decade. 

    If you would like to volunteer your time and talent to serve as an officer on the board, or as a volunteer on one of the committees, please contact us.

    Officers must be able to attend 5-6 board meetings per year. Meetings are held in Malakoff from June - September. 

    They also must be willing to serve on assigned committees.

    Nominations for officers are solicited during the annual reunion from the general membership.

    These nominees are then voted on by the board for open positions.

    The Executive board consists of the president, secretary & treasurer with the balance made up of directors.

    We are a 501(c)7 non-profit, social organization.
    Due to current IRS regulations, donations are not tax deductible.