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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 48.0%


A:   184   Joined
B:   199   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

PROFILE UPDATES


•   Linda Churchill (Hollingsworth)  9/3
•   Alan Schultz  9/2
•   David Johnson  9/2
•   Don Miller  8/29
•   Connie Bakko (Andel)  8/17
•   Karyl Hansen  8/14
•   Ronald Lawrence  7/20
•   Mary Ferchen (Lambert)  7/8
•   Robert Haar  7/5
•   Kathy Arnquist (Ernst)  6/29
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Vern Christiansen  9/16
•   Kathy Butts (Brown)  10/4
•   Steve Abbott  10/7
•   Sandy Sheehan (Alexander)  10/7
•   Dean McDonald (MHS '65)  10/10
•   Hope Bonell  10/11
•   Steve Favorite  10/11
•   Stephen McKenzie  10/15
•   Robin Dodge (Lang)  10/16

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4 live in Alaska
9 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
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
14 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Virginia
213 live in Washington
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Argentina
1 lives in Guatemala
1 lives in New Zealand
96 location unknown
67 are deceased

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We're sorry for the delay

in the pictures.  Your committee 

members are tirelessly going 

through and throwing out 

pictures we cannot show.   This 

is a tireless bunch dedicated to

teamwork. 

There is no I in committee.

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Another Raucous 

Committee Meeting

Discusses improvements for next year

Overall, the feedback on the picnic was very positive, ... everyone seemed to have a great time ... but even so, there are improvements to be made, and they will be made.  There was a lot of secretive, smoke-filled back room deal making going on, but these are the things I feel comfortable relating to you, and, of course, ... at this early point, they are kinda tentative.

Next Committee Mtg.

Oct. 7th, Thursday, 11am

Buzz Inn, Everett

Spoiler Alert :   It  is rumored that the main topic of discussion will be where to have our Committee Oktober Fest celebration later that month.   Guess what else?   We're thinking about inviting you.  Since deportment is important, maybe "you" is too inclusive, but anyway, ... we're pretty sure some of you will be invited.   It's gonna be fun, ... for some of you.

Meeting Results

1.  Picnic start time will still be 11am, but probably, our meal will be moved up to 1pm, so those of you who got hungry will be fed earlier.  It's possible, we may even have snacks to have before lunch.   Apparently many comments were made about hunger pains, and we don't want that.   There is no truth to the rumor potato chip bags will be handed out to you at the concierge / registration desk, so, try to top off before you leave home. 

2.  Costume judging will again be done earlier in the day.  This is so we have enough time for acceptance speeches, ... plus, we're moving into the digital age to judge costumes.   Each of the picnic attendees will be given a 3 x 5 card to list their choice for men's and women's contest winners.   These will be collected at an appointed time, ... to be quickly tabulated by our second string accounting members appointed by Jeanne Fletcher.  Mary Ferchen suggested voting machines, because that's what they used at the Norway Fest for their costume contest ( you can tell she's Norwegian, you just can't tell her much ).  No one but Cec was moved by her soulful plea.   So, modern times call for modern measures ... 3 x 5 cards. 

3.  Other classes have made overtures about wanting a joint picnic.   Mostly, they just want to join ours.   But, this was voted down in order to not dilute our gatherings.   Spouses and significant others of our class are course accepted as one of our own.   And as an honorary advisor to our class, Stan and Sherry Stebing have a standing invitation to come.  

4. Picture taking - because a lot of responsbility falls on Sandi Papparazzi to take pictures, we're looking into expanding that duty to other committee members, or those of our class who would like to participate.  If you took pictures during the picnic, you can email them to me;   Dlexj@comcast.net.  These would go directly to our tech department for processing and adjusting if need be.  If you want to be one of our photojournalists, just let us know, and we'll schedule you for our extensive vetting protocol.    In other words, you'll probably be accepted. 

5.  Games - It looks as though we had a high participation rate in all the games, but we're going to need more "game masters" to assist with participants.   These are fun positions, with lots of room for advancement, unlike the second string Accounting positions.  In a move veiled in controversy, it was determined horseshoe partners are to be determined by a random draw.   Kevin and Steve work on the horseshoe pits year round, so they CANNOT, NO LONGER, NOT be together.   Yes, Linna, Karyl, ... I know that's a triple negative, but it ends up being negative in the end, right?  So, I think next year can be quite exciting with the draw and everything.   Chris Perry has been elected as "Stud" of the horseshoe games.

In a stunning move, it was determined that we will have a Cornhole tournament next year.   Don Miller has made this game popular in Winthrop, and now, decades later, ... it's moving westward.  We have two Cornhole sets committed for this, so practice throwing beanbags at stuff, ... and Miller, the committee will choose who your partner will be.  We have a little Norwegian in mind, who was my partner in the bungee ball toss two years ago, ... she never caught a thing. 

6.  Theme for 2022.   Did you know, 2022 will be our 55th reunion, ... neither did I.   Clever committee members ( the women ) came up with the 50's as a theme.    Get it, 55 ... 50's ...  ( I told you they were clever ).   They never cease to amaze me.  I thought the 60's might be a good idea, ... but then, I'm not "clever".  There is no truth to the rumor we will only have one category for a costume contest, ... no men, no women, .... just Poodle Skirts.   It was suggested by a "clever" committee member but didn't get much traction.  I felt we need to put the kibash on this quickly, but we weren't quick enough, as Favorite is already out shopping for his skirt.   Keep the receipt Steve.  I'm coming as James Dean.   The likeness is uncanny.  Our little Norwegian has a skirt with poodles on ice flows, ... so she's set. 

7.  Classic Hot Rods - we thought it would be fun to have a display of Hot Rods ( 1949-1959 ).   So, bring your Hot Rod.  If you don't currently have a hot rod, you are strongly encouraged to get one.   You have a year.  We don't want stock cars, but Hot Rods, so be on the lookout for these custom cars.

We should have picnic pictures up on the site in a couple of weeks.   If you're interested in coming to the Oktober Fest celebration pub meeting, please let us know on the "What's New" section on the website, so we can get an idea of how many we're talking about.   Note:   You don't have to drink beer to come, ... you can have a nice glass of Chardonnay, or a non-alcoholic beverage.  

Note:   We continue to have great participation on our webpage.   Each week we have 60 - 70 unique classmates on the site, and every month we have 90 - 100 unique classmate visitors.   Now, ... don't just visit the site.   Say something on "What's New", ... make some comment on what someone has said or some high school memory.   I'm trying to remember who it was now, but someone was wondering about a fair in the Albertson's parking lot in Lynnwood.  That conversation and expanded into what classmates worked at the lunch counter there, and who was the best cook, then to Lynnwood Roller Rink, and we had 60 messages on that whole stream.   If you think you don't have anything interesting to say, ... you're underestimating yourself.  So, put yourself out there, say something.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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