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School reunions

Garfield High School All-Class Reunion – May 16, in Garfield, Wash. Call Jeannie Tribbett at (509) 397-2447 for more information.

Riverside All-School Alumni Reunion – May 16. Need listings for classes from 1966 to present. Please RSVP by Friday. For more information, contact Lynn Myers at P.O. Box 672, Mead, Wash., 99021 or (509) 465-0664 or Martha Hamp at (509) 238-4446.

Franklin Elementary School Reunion – May 21, 4-7 p.m., at Franklin Elementary School’s auditorium, 2627 E. 17th Ave. Reception with finger foods and a video presentation for alumni and friends. For more information, call (509) 354-2656, e-mail briansh@spokaneschools.org or visit http://www2.spokaneschools.org/Schools/Elementary/Franklin/.

Rosalia High School Class of 1959 – June 6, includes Battles Days celebration. Contact Everett Widman at (509) 523-5045.

Medical Lake High School All-Class Reunion – June 18-20. Honoring the class of 1959. Planned activities include: a boat cruise, potluck and Founder’s Day activities, and dinner and dancing on June 20. Contact Peggylee Hallinan at (509) 466-5069, (509) 290-1039 or peggy44lee@aol.com; or Bill Carl at (208) 683-0803 or mandbcarl@adelphia.com for more information.

Ferris High School Class of 1969 Reunion – July 11. Contact Syl Lassman at grouchotoo@comcast.net or Darlene (Thompson) Hardenbrook at (509) 299-2025 for more information.

Central Valley High School Class of 1989 – July 17-19. Locations and activities to be determined. Looking for classmate information. Contact Matt Gibson at (509) 869-9674 or mattgibson@sisna.com.

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