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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 46.9%

A:   183   Joined
B:   207   Not Joined


•   Linda Churchill (Hollingsworth)  10/17
•   Randy Mickels  10/16
•   Don Frame  9/13
•   Sandi Stephens (Dauzenroth)  8/27
•   Stephanie Smith (Steinberger)  8/26
•   Mary Ferchen (Lambert)  8/26
•   Steve Favorite  8/25
•   David Johnson  8/24
•   Cecile Ferrill (Davidson)  8/19
•   Carolyn Rommel (Questad)  8/19
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•   Robert Andrews  12/9
•   Connie Bakko (Andel)  12/9
•   Michael Chastain  12/10
•   Bill Farley  12/12
•   Frank Brown  12/20
•   Jane Williams (Vaughn)  12/23
•   Anne Johnson (Thomas)  12/24
•   Gary Goebel  12/26
•   Rick Larson  12/27
•   Cecile Ferrill (Davidson)  12/29
•   Terry Spring  12/31
•   John Lewis  1/1
•   Sandi Stephens (Dauzenroth)  1/1
•   Karen Busch (Withner)  1/4


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

4 live in Alaska
9 live in Arizona
8 live in California
3 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
2 live in Hawaii
6 live in Idaho
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Montana
3 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
2 live in New Mexico
1 lives in North Carolina
2 live in North Dakota
1 lives in Oklahoma
15 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Texas
2 live in Virginia
218 live in Washington
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Argentina
1 lives in Guatemala
98 location unknown
60 are deceased



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Winding Down ?

If you think we're winding down, you're as wrong as you were on question 12 of Mr. Nievaard's Biology Test ( that was not a molecular interaction )

We're Gearing Up !!!

Largest Ever Committee Luncheon !!!

We covered lots of ground and had fun too.   Here's a meeting recap.  Over the next few months, committee members will be scouring Snohomish County for the best BBQ, taste testing and bringing our recommendations to the January meeting.   This year's picnic is likely to also include a pot luck element.  So, start practicing your salad recipes ( potato, macaroni, green, etc. ) We've decided against a recall petition, so Steve Favorite is still our fearful leader.   Kevin objected, but what else is new.   Absent from the meeting was Mary Ferchen, and so we nominated her to teach line dancing classes for the committee, ... maybe to extend these lessons for picnic goers, depending on injury count.  Several committee members actually stood up to show us their line dancing skills, ... they included Stephanie Smith, Sue Akers, Cec Ferrill, and Betty Dupree.   After viewing this, the rest of the committee doubled down on lessons needed by Mary Ferchen, now indicating an urgent need.   Not to be left out, Lee Crary, Dave Ralston, and Steve Abbott Bossa Nova'd around the tables ... we stopped them before they could get on the tables.  Thank goodness we had already eaten.  We then voted any more dancing displays would be met with the strongest "Nay Nay" we could muster.   Kevin objected.

2020 Picnic Theme - "Cowgirl Up"

Cec then gave a speech on what it means to be a cowgirl.  Turns out it's not as glamorous as it sounds, so we'll not go into that right now.    BOLO ( police talk for be on the lookout for.   Steve Favorite is familiar with this acronym ) western outfits, as we will again have a humongous talent/costume contest.   It's rumored George Heyworth may use his "Heidi" costume from 2018, and come as Annie Oakley ... but we've yet to confirm that rumor, so put it out of your head if you can. 

Important Note:

2020 Picnic, Saturday, August 15th. 

 Linda's Farm in Snohomish

Come and enjoy discussing these penetrating subjects at our next non-dance meeting

Tuesday, January 28th, 11:30, Buzz Inn, Everett. 

Broadway and Pacific.

   Happy Thanksgiving to Y'all, from our illustrious committee !!!!

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