CAT Camp to bring back pride

A Bay City High School student advisory group has been working on a school spirit campaign called CAT Camp in August. Advisory group members include, front row, from left: Shelly Grimes, Bren’yae Mitchell, Rahul Atodaria, Taylor MacKenzie and Zharia Battle; Middle: Lejay Longoria, Mary Lunn Mosier, Matthew Martinez, Cole Cashion, Kelli Hunt, Wendy Meador, Kathy McDaniel and Tiffany Saunders; Back: Kristen McReynolds, Liz Griffen and Julie Estlinbaum. For more information on CAT Camp, see Page 3.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

  Bay City High School students will have the opportunity to rebuild pride and tradition on their campus and in the community with a groundbreaking event planned for Aug. 19-21. 
   CAT (CharacterAchievement-Tradition) Camp is a free event designed to unite the students of BCHS while giving them opportunities to rekindle old Blackcat traditions and start new traditions on campus. 
   “I often found myself talking to my co-workers, other Bay City High School alumni, and we would always seem to talk about how the spirit was when we were in school, and how we wished we could get it back,” said camp founder Tiffany Saunders. 
   “Then I realized, it’s time to stop talking about it and start doing something about it.” Saunders enlisted the help of staff and faculty members, many of them BCHS graduates, and also formed a Student Advisory Committee, which is helping plan the CAT Camp events. 
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