Judge Memorial Catholic High School to celebrate 100 years on Saturday
SALT LAKE CITY — Judge Memorial Catholic High School will hold its 100-year celebration Saturday evening.
The event will be held at the school campus from 4 to 9:30 p.m. It has been postponed twice before due to the pandemic.
There will be live music by five different bands. Those bands include the Discographers, Disgusting Brothers, Fastback, Lake Effect and NMotion. Other activities include a photo booth, and open wine and beer bars (5 to 9:30 p.m.). Additionally, dinner will be provided by Utah Food Services. There will also be a tour of the school, either self-guided or by a student.
Mike Gorrell, a class member of 1972, has been compiling a digital database of the history of the school. His compilation reflects the academic accomplishments of all the graduates of Judge Memorial. Gorrell will be on hand and available for questions.
Centennial Mass will be held at 4 p.m. It will be presided over by The Most Reverend Oscar A. Solis. It will be held in the school’s Wiegand Auditorium, and it will count for Sunday Mass.
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