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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 49.3%

A:   186   Joined
B:   191   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)


•   Gregory Balsley (Jacobson)  2/5
•   David Johnson  2/3
•   Steve Keller (MHS '66)  2/1
•   Robert Andrews  1/19
•   Randy Mickels  1/18
•   Kevin Murray  1/18
•   Susan Westlake (Smith)  1/7
•   Sandi Stephens (Dauzenroth)  1/2
•   Ron Dauzenroth  12/26
•   Chris Perry  12/23
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•   Pat Dunham  2/7
•   Barbara Dart (Renard)  2/8
•   Don Frame  2/14
•   Stan Stebing (MHS '66)  2/14
•   Terri Renfro (Goff)  2/22
•   Sylvia Witt (Leidholdt)  3/2
•   Lorne Collinson  3/7


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

4 live in Alaska
11 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
7 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
4 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
2 live in New Mexico
2 live in North Carolina
2 live in North Dakota
1 lives in Oklahoma
14 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Virginia
210 live in Washington
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Argentina
1 lives in France
1 lives in Guatemala
1 lives in New Zealand
90 location unknown
73 are deceased



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 Sweatshirt Contest is on!!

Purchasers of these MHS '67 sweatshirts are to have themselves photographed in their sweatshirt in an unusual or exotic location.   For example, if Sheila Page purchased a sweatshirt, ... which she hasn't by the way, ... but if she did, she could take it on her trip to France, and have her picture taken climbing the Eiffel Tower.  But, we already have two early entrants, Kathy and Shirley, and they're are going to be hard to top, ... 

Comments - can you make comments on these pictures?   Well, ... yes, ... yes you can.   These are on "What's New", ... please tell us what you think of these classmates pics, ... keep it clean.


Shirley's in !!

Shirley Canfield finally got her hoody, ... wow, what a great picture.   Shirley told me, confidentially ( hush hush ),  she was returning her ankle monitor, and had her picture taken at the facility.   She's pictured here in the minimum security area.   Originally we thought Shirley was going to be monitored for another month or two, but she got time off for good behavior, ... like we believe that!  Anyway, I think this is an exotic location, ... This is not meant to be a mean statement, Shirley, ... but, ... you look good behind bars.

Kathy's In !!

Kathy Christopher recently received her MHS Hoodie, and promptly went out and snapped a pic for the contest.  She wore her sunglasses to make us all in the Northwest feel bad.  You may think this is not a particularly exotic or dangerous pic.   Well, ... you'd be wrong.   First of all, ... Kathy had to climb down that sheer rock cliff behind her, ... and she's standing perilously close to that raging waterfall.   Not only that, ... above the sheer rock cliff, ... was a sinister gathering of geese, which tried to physically assault her.   Phewww, ... she made it.   Great pic Kat, thanks for getting us started on the contest, you look great in your hoodie.

   Wendy Wallace, ... are you next? , ... you can send a picture of you in the Jazz Band at the Rockfish Grill in Anacortes if you had a sweatshirt, which, so far, you don't.  Diane Riffle could  have her picture taken during a hurricane, braving the wind and water.   That would be dramatic.   Diane hasn't purchased one either.  BUT, ... Mary Ferchen HAS purchased one, and I'm thinking she's going to wear hers in the Norwegian Independence Day Parade in Ballard in May, ... if she get's her parade position back.   She lost her position with the Sons of Norway Lodge when she announced she was making Wayne, her husband, Swedish Meatballs.   What were you thinking Mary?   Anyway, can you feel the excitement building.  This will be a months long contest.   I'm not promising big prizes, but, ... I'm not not promising big prizes.   Sheri, you asked if these would go with your Columbia Blue running shorts, ... Don Miller has an answer for you, "yes, a perfect match".  Gerry and Bob, you guys could be the first on the peninsula to have one, ... unless of course, Pat McCune decides she can no longer resist the urge to buy one and wear it to the Lavender Festival in Sequim.  Pat, you could lay down in the field and do a snow angel in the lavender, ... which, of course would be called a "lavender angel".   And, who knows where Shirley will be wearing hers.  She told me she has no plans after her ankle monitor is removed, because if it gets to court, plans can be construed as premeditated.  I've never heard the word "premeditated" used in reference to one of my classmates before.  Steph, I haven't forgot about you ... your sweatshirt is in the trunk of my car awaiting delivery ... we had all your high school activities printed across the back, as you requested, ... and a small crown printed on the hood ... as evidence you were our homecoming queen.  I didn't print your GPA on the right sleeve, as I thought that was a little over the top.   What's with you and Linna, with your GPAs printed on sleeve.   I'll ship yours Linna as soon as I get the money, ... and I expect we'll see some pictures of you sneaking into the Halls of Congress in your sweatshirt.   If you came out with secret documents, ... I will get you a big prize, ... promise.  Jeannene, I have a great idea for you, ... if you happen to buy one of these collector sweatshirts, ... what about a breaching whale in the background down at the beach?, ... you still have whales in California, right?  Sue Akers has an MHS '67 sweatshirt, and has already submitted pictures, ... we're in the process of negotiating their release from the censors, ... should be any month now.   So, as you can see, ... the world is your oyster ( I always wanted to use that phrase ).   For you who entered our Tattoo Contest, you could wear the hoody with your tats ( short for tattoos ) showing, ... sort of a Sweats & Tats theme.   The possibilities are practically endless.   Ohhh, just got your text Sheila, ... no, ... I'm thinking your neighborhood pub is not going to get you into the big prize category, ... if we had a big prize, ... which I'm not saying we're going to have a big prize, ... but I'm not saying we're not going to have a big prize either, ... oh yeah, ... Tony, ... I have one with #15 on the back.  You're welcome.   Nevermind, Alan just bought that one, ... kinda nostalgic for him ... I think it was his cell block number.

to order:   Email David Johnson, ...   Or  text  425 422-9984,  ... Cost is $35, ... $45 if you're outside of Snohomish/King County.   Those prices include sales tax and freight.  Any money we make over and above out cost is donated to the committee, ... possibly for the new comfort Porta Potties for the Picnic.  Fair Warning:  we only have about a dozen left, and pretty soon we're going to run out of some sizes.   Right now we have small, medium, large, XL, and XXL sizes, ... but we're not like Nordstrom, ... they can check other stores for you.   Not us, ... if we're out, we're out.


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