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1:00 – 2:30 Activities: Reunion Photographers Photos, Classic/Antique Auto Show, Find classmates, Select Table, Chat, Games, Dance, etc.
2:30 – 3:45 Dinner: Balsamic Chicken Buffet, Round Tables, Spacious room and Viewing screen; Two carafes of wine per table (courtesy of your reunion committee). No-host bar available throughout reunion.
3:45 – 4:00 Program: To be determined.
4:00 – 5:00 Après-Program: Dessert/Mixer/Departure; Last chance to say ‘hello/goodbye’ until the 65th year reunion.
8/4/2017 60th REUNION DATE, TIME AND VENUE ANNOUNCED
‘Club 58’ meets for luncheon and reunion meeting
Ten members of the Sac High Class of 58 reunion committee met on Thursday, August 3rd for a meeting and luncheon of the ‘Club 58’ group at
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4/2/2017 Maggie ADAIR Upton Featured in Antigone
SARTA Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Maggie ADAIR Upton, will be featured in an adaptation of Antigone, by Sophocles, at the Big Idea Theatre, 1616 Del Paso Boulevard, North Sacrament
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9/27/2016 Maggie ADAIR Upton receives SARTA Lifetime Achievement Award
Congratulations to classmate Maggie ADAIR Upton
A Lifetime Achievement Award was bestowed upon Maggie recently by SARTA (Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance). The following informatio
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Thanks again, to “B. J.” STEAD Fissel, who located the following information about another January Graduation classmate, Howard Ikemoto. Howard is alive, but is currently in a memory-care facility in Southern California with acute dementia. Prior to his dementia diagnosis, Howard had established himself as a top artist and professor of art at Cabrillo College.
Howard Tetsuo Ikemoto was born June 12th, 1939 in Sacramento. As a baby, he lived with his parents, Itto and Sumiko Ikemoto, both born in Japan, and Howard’s five older siblings and his father’s two brothers, also born in Japan, in a house at 927 J Street. After the war broke out in Japan, Howard’s family was interned in a concentration camp in Tule Lake. After the war, the family returned to Sacramento, and Howard entered the City’s schools.
As a student at Sacramento High School, Howard was involved in Journalism, Japanese culture and sports. His photo information in the yearbook identifies his activities:
Pepper, X-Ray, Nisei Club, Varsity Football, Captain B Football, B Track, C Track
An article in the Santa Cruz Sentinel discusses his amazing art career and unfortunate current condition and the “Last Show of Howard Ikemoto.”
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