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"The Reunion was a magical evening and an unforgettable experience! I enjoyed every minute I had with old friends and familiar faces from the past. A big “THANK YOU” goes out to Tracy, Jodi, Christine, and Laura for taking time out of your busy schedules to make this event happen for us all. Alvin and Rufino, once again you guys are the best! I know I speak for many when I say thanks for your dedication in keeping this website available for all of us to share."
"The picnic was an absolute blast! Blue and Gold balloons scattered the picnic area where the Class of 1987 reunited. With two horse shoe pits, bubbles, squirt guns, a badminton net, board games, great music, the playground, and each other, the kids had no problem keeping busy. The rest of us indulged in adult conversation w/ familiar faces from the past, and at the same time enjoyed a bite to eat. I had great fun sharing all the reunion hype and madness with Dawn (Brannon) in putting on this event. She arrived at 7am to stake our plot in a very shady, grassy location, with several picnic benches, close to bathrooms and the playground. It gave an opportunity for those who could not attend the reunion, to come to an alumni gathering. It was a fun and friendly atmosphere with plenty of alumni offspring running around. The spouses, partners and kids seemed to enjoy getting acquainted along with the rest of us who could not stop chatting and "oh my goshing" over exchanging stories."
"Thanks to my wonderful, loving, husband B.J. for all his support and the "behind-the-scene" role he played in planning this event. TO ALL who arrived with their families and to those who arrived alone, those who stayed an extra day from out of town to attend, even those who showed up hung over, this event was all about you, and we thoroughly hope you enjoyed every minute. Thank you for attending this event."
7/25/2012 MMHS c/o '87 MINI-REUNION 7/27/12 - 6pm
Hey fellow classmates! Hope you are all doing well. I'm writing because a few of our fellow c/o '87 alums will be in town this Friday and we initially thought we should have a small get toge
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5/13/2012 2009 MMHS Teacher Retirement Party Photos
Photos of some of our beloved MMHS Teachers & Instructors. The party was held at Mira Mesa Callahans.
Photos can be seen here: http://www.meetup.com/hsalumni-13/photos/all_photos/?photoA
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2/28/2007 ATTN: MISSING ALUMNI
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After MMHS and UCSD I taught middle school for a few years, and realized that was not my life's work. Lori and I had been dating since 1989, and got married in 1993. Lori started a Ph.D. program in Oceanography at FSU, so off to Tallahassee in 1995. During my time with the FLDOE I got my Master's in Public Administration. Lori has since finished her doctorate and is using it to raise our three great children. We like Tallahassee (where humidity gets its mail) and have settled in.
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