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Sequim’s all-schools reunion is this weekend

On Saturday, Aug. 13, former Sequim High Wolves converge upon their alma mater for a weekend of reminiscing and reconnecting at the 2011 Sequim All-Schools Reunion.

 

Former students and teachers of Sequim High School and any other school within the Sequim School District, including elementary or middle schools, are invited to attend.

 

Reunion events include a Saturday morning golf tournament at SkyRidge Golf Course and lunch at the high school, featuring SHS memorabilia displays and a classic car show.

 

Attendees are encouraged to participate in the car show by bringing their own muscle cars and hot rods to display in the high school parking lot.

 

The reunion continues with an afternoon assembly in the SHS auditorium with a lineup of guest speakers from different graduating classes. The assembly also will include a retrospective digital slideshow, prepared by the Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley, of school-related photographs donated by SHS alumni.

 

Reunion activities conclude on Saturday evening with a dinner, live music and dancing at 7 Cedars Casino in Blyn.

 

Reunion attendees also are invited to attend two separate community events, both in Sequim, the following day. The Sequim Pioneer Picnic is at noon, Sunday, Aug. 14, at the old Macleay School, 290 Macleay Road, and the MAC will host a special open house from noon-4 p.m. at the historical Dungeness Schoolhouse, 2781 Towne Road, that includes a book signing by “Clallam County Schools, East to West” author Irene Wyman.

 

For more information, call  683-2585. Registration forms are available online on the Sequim School District website at www.sequimschools.wednet.edu.

 


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