Login
Our sponsors have graciously donated funds to sustain our organization, and we should return the favor by supporting their business and professional endeavors. When you shop or do business with them, ask to speak to the owner or a manager, and let them know how much we appreciate their support.  The Association gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors:
 
 
Image
Alliance Petroleum Corporation is a privately owned independent oil and gas company headquartered in Canton, Ohio that has been engaged in the business of exploring, developing, producing and operating oil and gas wells since 1985.  Alliance Petroleum isn’t simply a company in a town, we are a member of the community. For over 25 years, we have invested in land, schools, charitable organizations and people. With headquarters and service offices located in Ohio, our current focus is on wells within the tri-state area of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.  APC is proud to be the first Gold-level sponsor of the LHS Class of '75 Alumni Association.


 
Image
Since 1957, Bosley Drain & Septic has offered top-quality residential and commercial drain and septic services. The company is now run by grandchildren of O.D. Bosley and is  still serving the drain and septic needs of the community.  The Bosley families pray that “Life’s Still a Carnival” for the Louisville High School Class of 1975, and we're proud to be the first Silver-level sponsor of your Alumni Association.



 
Image

FedEx Office (formerly Kinko's) provided the "Save The Date" refrigerator magnets that were included in our 2014 welcome package mailing as an in-kind donation. FedEx Office is our second Silver-level sponsor, and we gratefully appreciate their support!



 

Image

On November 30, 2014, an anonymous donor contributed a Silver-level donation of $250 to the Association's general fund.  We sincerely appreciate their support, and will work hard to use their donation in a cost-efficient manner.  Thank you!



 

Image
The Village Inn and the Village Pizza Shop placed this ad in the Class of 1975's Senior Yearbook, and even though all the good times we had with you are now just fond memories of days gone by, we are proud to be your first Bronze-level sponsor.  On behalf of my late husband, Sandy, we appreciate your patronage back in "the good old days", and we proudly support you.  GO '75 LEOPARDS!

Sincerely,
Alice Shaw







 
Image
Clark Shack Acres is a family farm owned and operated by Patrick and Deborah Clark.  Pat is a member of the 1975 graduating class of Louisville High School, and we are proud to support the efforts of the Alumni Association as a Bronze-level sponsor.  Here are a few of the features and services we offer at our farm:

1) Show, raise, breed, and rescue ponies, miniature horses and donkeys;
2) A guest cabin for lodging visitors interested in hunting,fishing or just getting away;
3) Trails for hiking, four-wheeling and horse back riding;
4) A small lake for pond for fishing on the property;
5) Located in the Egypt Valley Nature Area, just a mile from beautiful Piedmont Lake, and a few more miles from Salt Fork, Tappan and Clendening Lakes;

We are located a little over an hour south of Louisville in the village of Piedmont in Harrison County. Give us a call and come see what we have to offer you and your family.  We'd love to see you!