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"Happy 4th of July ~ 245th Anniversary"

Of The Declaration of Independence!!!" 

Reflection Time: On July 4th, 1776 the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence Immediately became

traitors to the British Crown and had death sentences placed on them. Still with great strength and courage

They gathered behind Independence Hall in Philadelphia and read aloud the Declaration. Many

do not realize the role That John Adams who is known as "The Voice" and Thomas Jefferson "The Pen"

of this phenomenal document. Over the next 50 years, every signer that survived the Revolution

were in great demand as Speakers on the 4th of July Celebrations throughout the country.

On July 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary ~ only two remained alive: John Adams & Thomas Jefferson and neither could attend because both were on their death beds. They both died on the 50th Anniversary of this momentous event.

Adams' final words were "Now Jefferson remains." He did not know that Jefferson had passed that morning.

It is events like this that allow me to believe that there are people who have lived

to fulfill a specific mission in their lives... Are we fulfilling ours?

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Have any of you had a glimpse of Fame you can Share? Let us know!


  "Four score and seven beers ago."

"May the Fourth be with you"

“We must all hang together or assuredly we shall all hang separately.” — Benjamin Franklin

"Keep calm and sparkle on!"

"More like U.S. of Yay!"

"What ghost haunted King George III? The spirit of ’76!"


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¡Bienvenidos Amigos! 

from the

Class of 1966!

Welcome to our Class Web site
(The gathering and announcement site for members of the class)


“The 50th Reunion celebration  - Labor Day Weekend 2016”

This truly was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

Our Golden Anniversary Reunion.

It is truly difficult to believe that we have reached the “half-century” mark in the history of our class. While there was a time many of us felt that we would live forever… we know so much better now.  Sadly there are those who are no longer with us physically, but will forever remain in our hearts. Thus it is critical that we treasure the time we do have with our oldest friends… those with whom we embarked on the journeys that each separate life has taken.  Yes it is time to...


BTW:  Hey Folks check the "Missing Classmates" List - Help us find them!

To register yourself on the website:

  • Click “Classmate Profiles” on the link (tab): [It’s on the black bar at the top of the page.]
  • Find your name in the listing for class of 1966
  • Click on your name to bring up your profile page, fill in the blanks, and add a message, photo, etc. if you wish. If you do not find your name on the list, it means we do not have you in the class database and must add your name to the profile page so that you may complete the profile.
  • To do this, click on “Contact Us” and send us the message: Please add my name and e-mail to the class list. We will notify you when that is done and you may then register.

Take a moment to visit the ‘In Memory’ page and let us know if there is anyone who should be listed.

Check back frequently for messages and announcements.

Happy Sounds from Our High School Days!






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•   Summer Grace Garcia  5/30
•   Lupita Pacheco (Andrade)  5/30
•   Irene Rubio  3/2
•   Bruce Noon  2/4
•   John Valero  2/4
•   Alvaro Garcia  12/21
•   Sergio Enciso  12/18
•   Miguel Rivera, Md  11/14
•   Pamela Rhinesmith (Dallabetta)  7/3
•   Irene Noriega (Rodriguez)  6/15
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

102 live in Arizona
8 live in California
1 lives in Florida
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in Oregon
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
5 live in Washington
1 lives in Wyoming
5 live in Mexico
12 location unknown
35 are deceased


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 56.8%

A:   83   Joined
B:   63   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)