Rogers High School, Class of 1985 Summer; contact Brigitte Crozier at 482-0976, or Janine Rae at 924-8701.
Newport High School, Class of 1985 July 28-29; call Lisa Girouard Nicholson at 484-1352.
Ferris High School, Class of 1985 July 28-30; call Amy Schimmels Parrish at 922-1309.
Marycliff High School, Class of 1950 June 24; call Leorita Loft at 325-1363, or Rae Adolfson at 325-5550.
Lewis and Clark High School, Class of 1940 July 14-16; call Bob Reese at 926-4582, or Dick Hathaway at 747-3714.
USS Arctic (AF7) Sept. 14-17, Virginia Beach, Va.; contact A.M. Kent, 17637 Victory Bl., Van Nuys, CA 91406, or call 818-345-3897.
Iwo Jima Feb. 18, Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, CA; contact Jack Claven, 403 Primrose Place, Glendora, CA 91740; or call 818-335-2483.
The Bridge at Remagen March 7, Europe; contact: P.O. Box 8573, S. Charleston, W.V. 25303; or call 304-744-1348.
Destroyer Division 59-60 March 22-26, Tucson, Ariz.; contact Thomas P. Marese, 333 Pearl St., Apt. 27H, New York, NY 10039-1648; or call 212-406-1731.
USS Sperry (AS-12) April; contact: A. Rick Reichenberger, 412 Agnes, Missoula, MT 59801; or call 406-543-7568.
97th Signal Battalion Association April 19-23, New Orleans, La.; contact: Dave Harris, 3608 Dupont Circle, Virginia Beach, VA 23455; or call (804) 464-0513.
Aleutian Island Veterans Feb. 19-21 in Carmel, Calif.; April 23-25 in Bowling Green, Ky.; May 10-13 in Dutch Harbor, Ark.; write: A.F. King, P.O. Box 130327, Sunrise, FL 33313.
USS Roanoke, CL-145, Navy and Marines April 27-30; Norfolk, Va.; contact Neil “Clem” Long, 317 Kimberly Drive, American Canyon, CA 94589; or call (707) 644-9339.
USS Breton (CVE-23) May, Seattle; contact Larry Eckard, 1475D Highland Ave. NE, Hickory, NC 28601; or call 704-322-5445.
Sugamo Prison Reunion Association former 8th Army unit, May 24-27, New Orleans, La.; write Robert N. Shively Sr., 6259 Sard St., Alta Loma, CA 91701.
USS Kankakee (AO39) June 1-5, San Antonio, TX; write: Roy Stewart, 523 Mockingbird Drive, Long Beach, MS 39560.
11th Airborne Division Association July 2-6, Nashville, Tenn.; contact Pete Katz, 8984 N. Agate Place, Tucson, AZ 85741; or call 602-744-2736.
USS Springfield Bluckjackets, Inc. July 13-16, Virginia Beach, Va.; contact John Adams, 255 North Road, Unit 83, Chelmsford, MA 01824; or call (508) 256-2239.
1st Marine Aircraft Wing Vietnam service, Aug. 3-6; write: P.O. Box 7240, Freeport, NY 11520.
U.S. LST Association Aug. 29-Sept. 4, Cincinnati, OH; contact: P.O. Box 167438, Oregon, OH 43616-7438; or call 1-800-228-5870.
USS Salamaua (CVE-96) and Squadrons VC70 and VC87; Aug. 30-Sept. 2, Oklahoma City, OK; contact John Smith, 7268 NW 16th St., Ankeny, IA 50021, or call 515-289-1467.
USS Forrestral (CVA/CV/AVT-59) Sept. 24-27, Virginia Beach, Va.; contact Jim Brussell, P.O. Box 225, Fort Loramie, OH 45845, or call (513) 295-2863.
USS Pollux (AKX-2/AKS-4) September, Pensacola, Fla.; contact: Glen Broxson, 158 Peaden Rd., Pace, FL 32571-2802; or call (904) 994-0416.
Birkenfelder Air Base Germany Association Oct. 4-8, Williamsburg, Va.; contact: Jackie King, 212 Islandia West, Nashville, TN 37217; or call 615-366-5626.
U.S.S. Grayson (DD435) Oct. 24-26, Las Vegas, Nev.; contact Harry Benner, 3055 Comitan Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89122; or call (702) 456-9766.
Govan Grade School May 20, Wilbur, Wash.; call 647-2364 or 276-5843.
Rogers High School, Class of 1940 June 10-11; call Kent Simonson at 483-1783 or Ruth McDavis at 448-1681.
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