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Rogers High School 50th-60th Reunion – September 2010. Requesting updated information on Pirates and faculty. Contact Dora-Faye (Schmidt) at dora-faye@, Grace (Ward) at, or Lloyd Apitz at Visit for more information.


North Central High School Class of 1959 – Today-Sunday. Tonight, 6 p.m., informal gathering and pizza at the Corbin Senior Activity Center. 827 W. Cleveland. Saturday, 9 a.m., fellowship breakfast at the northside Old Country Buffet. Sunday, dinner at the Spokane Club. Meet and greet begins at 5 p.m., dinner at 7. For more information, contact: Torge Moore-Lorentzen at (509) 326-6811; or Charlene Schmidt at (509) 328-5885; or go to

Whitworth University Homecoming 2009 – Sept. 25-27. Open to all alumni. Call (800) 532-4668 or go online to www.whitworth. edu/homecoming.

Central Valley High School Class of 1959 – Need help locating classmates for 50th reunion. Contact Karen by e-mail at; or Jackie, (509) 924-1329.

Stevens Elementary Class of 1956 – Contact Karine (Koch) Poutre at (509) 466-5773; e-mail

Shadle Park High School Class of 1960 – Need to update addresses for 50-year reunion in 2010. Contact Cathy Reuter Stohs at (509) 466-4780; Carol Swett Cooper at carolsroom@; or Don Howland at

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