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Nevada Union Class of ‘66 Reunion in September

The Nevada Union High School Class of 1966 will celebrate its 50 year reunion in September at several Grass Valley venues. On September 8 a cocktail party is planned at the Nevada County Sportsman’s Club with faculty attending. September 9 will be a banquet and silent auction at the Foothills Event Center and September 10 will be a no-host breakfast at IHOP, followed by a tour of NUHS and an event at Pilot Peak Winery. Other optional activities and full details are on the class website at http://classreport.org/usa/ca/grass_valley/nuhs/1966. Registration information is also posted on “Classmates” and Facebook. Registration costs are $70 before June 1, $75 after June 1, and $80 at the door. For more information, email nuhs50threunion@gmail.com.

Organizers are hoping to track down the following “missing” classmates:

Margaret Ann Brodie, Kathleen Burch, Pamela Jean Coffman, Elyse Faith Duarte, Donna Mae Eckman, Carol Fiske, Lynn Louise Franek, Katherine Susan Grigsby, Gayle Mildred Keith, Dixie Marie Lee, Darrell Joseph Marchetti, Joann Martinez, Thomas K. McAdams, Charles McCully, William H. ONeill, Floyd William Peterson, Robin C. Person, Pamela Plancheon, Beth Porter, Jerrie L. Powers, Melanie Raphael Swensen, Marjorie Reynolds Payne, Terry Lee Robbins, Jacqueline Joyce Roberts, James D Rue, John W. Russell, Joseph H. Samsky, Denise J. Scott, Roberta Elaine Short King, Carolyn Smith, Linda Ann Smith Carr, William Snowden, Dona L. Souder Nichols, Pamela Anne Tattersall, Rebecca Verzwyvelt Wagner, Dennis Allen Webb, Rose Marie Weese, Ruthee Lushea Wells, Calvin Wheeler, Lawrence Robert Yates and George E. Young, Jr.


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