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6/11/2008 Canceled Reunion
Unfortunatly, ticket sales for the planned reunion in August were too slow to support the plans being made for the reunion. The reunion had to be canceled due to lack of funds to pay for th
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7/24/2007 Rob your Mama's photo album!!
Looking for pictures taken graduation night, June 15th, 1988. Do you have a picture of yourself holding up your diploma? Or arm in arm with your best friend? Maybe Mom & Dad proudly besid
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7/20/2007 Missing Senior Portraits
Do you still have some old Sr. Portraits laying around in a photo album somewhere? The following people either didn't have their portrait taken by Mac, or they didn't make that early yearbo
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above is Devyon Harrison, wood carver from Petaluma, with the carving he created
from the trunk of our 80 plus year old Cedar that had to be removed because of
the danger from falling branches. The tree was removed on April 16, 2008, and
Devyon delivered our carving on June 9, 2008. The original idea of carving
Naiche from the trunk of the tree came from Laurie Kee. She went online and
found a local wood carver and I gave him a call. Devyon came out to VHS to take
a look at the tree trunk and what we wanted and an agreement was established.
Once the class of 1962 heard about the project, they insisted (didn't take any
arm twisting) that they pay for the replacement tree as well as the $1200.00
cost of the carving (by the way, this price was a major discount thanks to the
generosity of Devyon). The current home for the carving is the Main Office
reception area. Please stop by to take a look - it is AMAZING!!
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