One of the most beautiful High School in West Virginia and no other high school, would I have wanted to
attend than Richwood High.
It is no longer there but nothing stays the same...we remember how it was then....things do change. Wonderful memories abound of Richwood for many of us, I remember the good old days at Richwood High School, during lunch break you could go up town to the bowling alley and hang out, people everywhere! All the stores were open! There was always a dance every weekend at the Rainbow Grill and Jack's drive INN for chili dogs and a coke, the RHS Prom" and the clothespin factory .... memories can never be taken away from you. There's no place like Richwood! It will always be "home", no matter how many years you've been away.
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