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08/10/11 08:16 AM #1    

Gail VanLeuven (Allbright)

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05/12/12 06:44 AM #2    

 

Matthew Richards

Great web site.

Thank you for your work.


08/08/12 09:58 PM #3    

 

Vicki Austin

Good Web Site Vicki Austinsmiley


08/12/12 11:28 PM #4    

 

Karey Milne (Dillingham)

What a wonderful reunion you all put together! Thank you so much!

It was so nice to see everyone and catch up. So many were missed too. Wish things would have worked out better, for those who didn't make it. We missed you!

I am so glad we were able to raise enough funds, to keep the web page going! This will be nice to keep in touch this way.

Had a great time! Rick and I had fun talking about the evening, all the way home today....

Stay healthy and see you all soon!

Karey and Rick


08/21/12 04:51 PM #5    

 

Kristine Grevstad

Wow!  After looking at the 40-year reunion photos, I just have to ask:  when did everyone get so old???

 

Gail, you've done a wonderful job with this web site.  Do you think it's possible to round up any info or photos from previous reunions?

 

Lastly, I'm real curious about who and how many classmates wound up in the LGBT group.  I know I did.

 

--Kristine

 


08/26/12 08:16 PM #6    

Debby Lyman (Gillies)

My husband said he had more fun than anyone else attending the reunion and he didn't even graduate from Mead!  I married someone "fun" and "happy to be alive!"   I must have had the second most fun just going around with the freedom to do so, and talking to most there.  Plus, I sent messages to most I saw, but haven't heard back yet from many.  High school is "water under the bridge" for many. But it was fun to see and try to recognize others and reconnect. It was like a new spring to an old well. I was, however, disappointed that so many chose to not attend.  Oh well, it's hard to think of a 50th now, so maybe we should try for a 45th? or an "all Mead" or '69 - '70 or '67 - '77 reunion?  That might include many of our siblings, spouses, and friends.  Blessings to all and hope to see you again soon.  Debby


09/12/13 06:28 PM #7    

Gail VanLeuven (Allbright)

The four levy failures really hit our class hard!  Does anyone know how many classmates left our class in order to save thier credits during thier senior year?


06/25/14 07:26 PM #8    

 

Karey Milne (Dillingham)

Gail, I don't know how many students left, but there were quite a few. I recall how sad it was, to not have sports and dances,  and extra curricular, like the other schools. The spirit was different, too. So many of our athletes, left, that had been students most of their school years, with Mead. It is strange, to not see them at our reunions, over our senior year, levy failure. Maybe we should invite them to the next one....

It was strange for me, to have enough credits, to leave by noon, and go to work! It made me feel, as if, I was out of school a year earlier.....A year, that should have been awesome, and full of wonderful memories, was deflated. I think of this, every time we have an election. I see schools by us, fail the levies, let teachers go, close schools, and then cry about how crowded their schools are! A big fat, DA! Why is it so hard to follow the thought process out, on what the outcome will be for students, and parents!


05/27/17 08:59 PM #9    

Barbara Simpson (Arnold)

I wasn't sure where to post this or who to talk to. I just wanted you to know that Alan Arnold Passed away May 19, 2017 in Tekoa WA


05/28/17 01:50 PM #10    

 

Karey Milne (Dillingham)

Thank you Barbara. I'm so sorry for your loss. So many from our class, have been leaving. I pray for your family, for your loss. He will be missed. 🙏💐


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