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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 48.4%

A:   186   Joined
B:   198   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)


•   David Johnson  4/24
•   Linda Churchill (Hollingsworth)  4/21
•   Linda Gatjens (Burton)  4/19
•   Stephanie Smith (Steinberger)  4/12
•   Cecile Ferrill (Davidson)  4/6
•   Rick Larson  3/31
•   Patricia Downey (Chitty)  3/28
•   Kathy Christopher (Stack)  3/24
•   Steve Favorite  3/23
•   Kevin Murray  3/22
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•   Bob Peyton  5/11
•   Christopher Simon  5/11
•   James Sprague  5/18
•   Mary Thomas (Reynolds)  5/19
•   Roger Clement (MHS '66)  5/20
•   Bill Klemm  5/24
•   Larry Amundson  5/28
•   Leland Clark  5/30
•   Stephanie Smith (Steinberger)  6/2
•   Carolyn Fossum (Miller)  6/6
•   Rick Steinmetzer  6/7


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

4 live in Alaska
9 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
10 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
2 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
214 live in Washington
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Argentina
1 lives in Guatemala
1 lives in New Zealand
95 location unknown
65 are deceased



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Oh, Honey, .... NO !!

We are not holding off any longer.

Box Office is Open !

There are a limited number of tickets available so hurry and get yours right away.   This is not actually totally true.  We have 500 available tickets, ... so, ... chances are pretty good you can still get one if you wait til late next week. 

Nothing escapes our notice, so, we know Box Office Opening coincides with our Donation Request.   It's confusing.   Here's how to handle this.    Take your Prevagen, get your checkbook.   May your donation check out ( following "check making out" instructions below), and put it an envelope ( following "envelope mailing " instructions below ) ... Good, .... you're doing good.   Then, open your checkbook again, DO NOT take another Prevagen.   Make your Picnic Attendance check  out ( $22.00 each ) and ... GET THIS, ... you can put this one in the same envelope.  SAVE $ 0.50!!   Or, you could write one check for everything.  Why don't you do all that today, then you can rest up.   Some have asked how to pay as they don't do checks anymore and we don't take credit cards, and I figured out you could just send a money order.  

Featured Attraction -  YOU  ...    at your 2021 MHS Class of '67 Picnic 

Date - August 14, 2021

Where -  Linda Churchill's Farm - Snohomish, WA  ( address and directions coming to an inbox near you in a month or so )

Time -   11am - 6pm  - you will be allowed in if you arrive early, but, ... fair warning, ... you will not be let out if you stay late.

Admission -  $22.00 per person, plus bring what you would like to drink.   We are not providing alcoholic beverages, BYOB.  But we will be supplying plenty of water.  You're going to get a great BBQ dinner with all the fixin's ( Linna, Karyl, ... I know there's a "g" in there, but I'm making this sound kinda like a western slang, to tie in with our theme, ok), salads, and desserts.

Entertainment - Entertainment, did you just ask that?   Are you kidding me?  Have you seen John Fyall and Terry O'Malley in costume?   Were you here for the epic Steinmetzer/Klemm hair fling?   Have you seen Linda Churchill lose 87% of her wearables running through her pasture, attempting to catch a bungee ball shot 83 ft into the air in her bucket? ... or Steve Favorite in his beach bra ( really Steve, you shouldn't have done that, I still have nightmares )? ... or George Heyworth in his Heidi costume ( he continues to say he was Willy Nelson, ... wink, wink, nod, nod).   My favorite is watching Kevin Murray, dressed in 7 color tie dyed shorts and matching t-shirt worrying about a bit of mustard he may have sat in.  Kev is very fussy.   Actually, he sat in ketchup, mustard, some white onions, and sweet relish.  He wondered why people were avoiding him.   Not one of us told him ... heh, heh, ... oh, the fun we oldsters have.

  C'mon folks, this is Entertainment !!!  Plus, with the new CDC guidelines, those of us with our Covid shots will not have to mask up, which, according to our survey will be a huge majority.   Which means we won't all be coming as banditos.  I know, Sandie, ... you really wanted to be a bandito, and they have lots of those in Idaho, but look on bright side, now you can be a marauder.  ... and besides, Wendy wanted to be a bandito and she's bringing Ron and we can't have 3 banditos.  Nuff said, ... no bandito for you Sandie!!

We also actually have real planned entertainment as evidenced below:

The committee has not even fully focused on all the other entertainment yet, but, here's what I think I can tell you for sure:

Costume Contest - definitely.   We do have a small house on the property, so ladies, if you want to change into your costume, we have an app for that.   Room I mean.   Men, we have 57 big trees on the east side of the farm, and a sort of barn/garage, ... go for it.  Can you imagine a field of 70+ year olds moseying around the pasture dressed as cowboys and cowgirls, plus one marauder and two banditos?   And you know these people!!!!   For 364 days this year, they're all regular senior citizens, ... but on August 14th, ... OMG ... that's "Ohhh My Gosh".

Bow & Arrow target shooting -  yep, real ones.  Don't worry, it's mostly safe.  Make sure you follow the signs and are on the correct side of the hay bales.  Actually, historically speaking, ... if you stand directly in front of the target, ... your safe.  Those coming to the picnic for the first time from the peninsula are favored to win this event this year.   Van Lang, Robin Dodge, Patricia McCune and Cathy Christopher come to mind, ... but Sue and Kim are back, so this is going to be very exciting.  Sue has promised not to cheat this year.   Note:   The judges are so excited Van, Robin, Pat, & Cathy are coming to the picnic for the first time, we'll probably let them all tie for first place.   It's kind of a welcoming gesture.  The fix is in.

Horseshoes - teams of 2 will be forming at the picnic.  We have a professional set up, so it's pretty cool.   I think Al Gerth and I won last year, ... maybe the year before that too.  But then, Al's kind of intimidating ... I'm mean if Big Al, who is probably 6' 8" and 300 lbs looks down at you a says he made a ringer, ... you just back up a step or three, and say, " damn, ... Al, ... you made a ringer, ... good toss".  So, Al usually makes ringers ... that's why he's my partner.  Note:  those who parked their cars just north of the horseshoe pits, don't park there anymore.   Sometimes Al's ringers go 30-40 ft over the pits.  

Bungee Ball Toss -  Although no one was hurt, it may tabled this year as we are now 72.   Probably what we'll do is bungee toss one ball, and have Linda Churchill catch it.  You'll need to get your tickets early for that one, and get your cell phone camera out.

We may add some other surprise activities at our next committee meeting.  Ron & Sandie have some whacky ideas sometimes.

Linus King Jaw Spasm Imitation -  Many of you didn't have Mr. King, but for those of us who did, every so often, he would have a jaw cramp or spasm.   We want to see who can capture the essence of this memory.   

Prizes -  I know what you're thinking.   This is just too much.   The event, ... the setting, ... the food, ... the fun, ... the gaiety, ... the contests, ... the visiting, ... the entertainment, ... the contests, ... it's just too much.   Who are these people on the committee, and why weren't they on my ballot for "Most Successful" in high school.   Well, we don't know, ... we shoulda been.  Anyway, the prizes are too sensational for me to take time to present them here, ... but take my word for it, ... you're gonna want one of these. 


Ok, all you cowboys, cowgirls, banditos, and you, Sandie, .... lets get that money on the stagecoach and headed for Jeanne.   You're gonna have a great time!!!!


PAY ATTENTION!   ( Do not make checks to Jeanne, ... she doesn't like that ... it means she has to go to 2 different banks ... she doesn't like that either .... follow instructions ... she likes that )


Make Check Payable to:    MHS Class of '67

Mail Check to:

MHS Class of '67

c/o Jeanne Ferkingstad

16319  59th Ave SE

Snohomish, WA 98296



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