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Breakfast with Classmates and Friends
FOOD,FUN & FELLOWSHIP*******
When: Saturday, April 21,2012; 10AM-12PM
Where: Luby's Cafeteria- Desoto,I35 & Pleasant Run
Cost: Buffet Breakfast $5.49 Beverages $2.29
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CLASS REUNION UPDATE
NEW DATES July 13-15 Location: Sterling Hotel Dallas !
$100 per person $150 per couple Non-class member guest $50.00
More details to follow.
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March Fellowship & Game Day
Saturday, March 24th 3-6PM *****GAMES and Fellowship*** Dominoes,Cards, Music, Fellowship: Sterling Hotel Sports Bar 1055 Regal Row Dallas, TX 75247
Food and beverages
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We still need your help locating our classmates below....I know some are still in our hometown, I just don't have contact info for them (email, address, or phone). Let's not give up! WE ARE GETTING CLOSER!!!
To Our Classmates born in the month of April, Happy Birthday to you and wishing you many more birthdays to come!
A Special Thank You to… the following classmates for their generous contribution to our class website:
Gwendolyn ArmstrongBruce BellSandra Davis-HawkinsAnnie NewmanDanny Hunter
Please know that your voluntary contribution goes directly towards our class website and your contributions will give us more accessibility, too. Due to your contributions, we are presently funded through April 2013.
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Hey! Check it out! Instructions for creating a slide show of your family photos, vacation scenery or your hobby photos!
GO to Slide.com Sign in and create a password. Click on “Make a slide show” Go to the orange box and click on Browse (to view your digital pictures or scanned images saved in your computer that you want uploaded) Click on the image/images that you want to upload (you can upload several at a time) Click on open Click on upload (this can take a few minutes, depending on file size) Repeat browse and upload until all of your images have been uploaded Go to blue box to “Customize” your slideshow by clicking on style, speed, themes, skins and size (there are so many options to choose from and more is being added daily). You may also rearrange the order of your slides by clicking on the photos and dragging them. Go to the bottom of the page and click on the green “Save” box, this will take you to the next page. Copy the code from the light blue box! Log into Classreport and in your profile you'll see this:
Add/edit slideshow code received from Slide.com into your profile. Click on the link and then you'll see "Add slideshow to your profile from Slide.com" You'll want to paste the code that you copied from Slide.com into the blank area and then click the submit button. When you go and view your profile page you should see your video. If it doesn't appear, try right clicking on a blank area of that page and hit the "reload" link then try viewing the page again! You can even create a Video and upload it, too!
Please note, if you should run into any problems, please feel free to email me and I'll be more than happy to help you! Make sure you tell me which Class at RHS you're from, too!
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Today's Featured Biography
Bruce Bell is beginning his sixth year as a Mean Green assistant and his fifth year as the running backs coach.
Bell’s coaching success is undeniable, as he has had a hand in coaching three of the most prolific running backs in North Texas history, including the top two career rushing leaders. The past two seasons, Bell has guided two different running backs to the best single-season rushing performances in school history and their respective titles as the nation’s leading rusher in both 2003 and 2004. Both of those backs - Patrick Cobbs and Jamario Thomas - will be at his disposal in 2005.
Bell coached the school’s all-time leading rusher, Ja’Quay Wilburn, who rushed for 3,120 yards from 1997-2000. On his way to breaking Wilburn’s career record last season, Cobbs was injured and forced to miss the final 10 games, keeping him 224 yards shy of the mark. Cobbs’ injury made way for Bell’s latest project to emerge as the next great Mean Green running back. Thomas burst onto the scene by breaking every North Texas single-game and single-season rushing record. The true freshman averaged 180.1 yards per game to lead all of Div. I-A.
After being away from North Texas during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, Bell rejoined the Mean Green in 2003 and coached wide receivers, helping guide the best passing attack ever under Darrell Dickey. Bell tutored Johnny Quinn, who became just one of three freshmen ever at North Texas to lead the team in both receptions and receiving yards.
Bell graduated from North Texas in 1977, where he played football under legendary coach Hayden Fry. He earned varsity letters in both 1975 and 1976 playing alongside North Texas Hall of Famers Beasley Reece and J.T. Smith. Following his senior season, Bell signed a free agent contract with the Dallas Cowboys.
After coaching the North Texas running backs from 1998-2000, Bell left in 2001 to become the assistant athletic director for Houston Independent School District, where he coordinated the combined efforts of 23 different high schools in the greater Houston area. He also has a proven track record as a high school coach, with successful stints at Fort Bend Willowridge High School (1997) and Forest Brook High School (1991-96). He coached three teams to district titles, including his 1996 Forest Brook team that finished the season with a 10-2 record. He has also been an assistant coach at The Colony High School, Fort Bend Kempner High School and Houston Waltrip High School.
Bell grew up in Mexia, Texas along with his cousin, Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Ray Rhodes. He was an all-district running back for Coach Robert Thomas and ran track at Roosevelt High School.
Bruce and his wife Deborah (a 1975 North Texas graduate) have two sons, Brent (22) and Brian (19).
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