We are counting down to the big day(s).  

Please post a message on our Classmates or Guest Book page so we can know how you are doing.  Our class was full of interesting folks we are proud to know.  

If you haven't responded yet, and are considering coming, please contact Sarah Dicome Viaggi at 408-723-4720 or  sarah.viaggi.gmail.com or mail her a note, or your reservation, at 4536 Faraone Ct., San Jose CA 95136

Lynn Bruneau just posted a great comment on one of the pictures below.  If you don't see the comments for a photo, click on "show comments."
Our 55th Reunion will be the weekend of August 14-15, 2015 – the same weekend that the Sequoia Alumni Association will be holding its annual picnic on campus for graduates from all years. And we'll be joining them.
 
So we’ll be getting together with our own class and with some others, and maybe some faculty, that we also remember.

We truly hope you will be there.   
 
March 7, 2010

Picnic will be at Flood Park, and We Have More Memorabilia

Did you know we were in the 63rd Sequoia Graduating Class?
Did you know we were in the 63rd Sequoia Graduating Class?

Our Sunday Picnic, Aug 22, will be at Flood Park - a park so many of us visited when we were teenagers.

And we are inviting to the Big 50th Reunion any of our old teachers that we can find.  See the Teachers and Coaches web page to learn how we are doing in finding them.  Help us if you can.
 
And check out the photo album of Memorabilia sent by classmates.  Karin Pearce Coy sent us a copy of the June 1958 Sequoia Times which is full of the history of Sequoia.  You'll see articles on Coach Frank Griffin, the demolition of the old Carriage House, the origin of the Japanese Tea Garden, a dedication to Don Bogie and Doris Dean who left at the end of 1958, information about Chief Sequoia, Otis Carrington, and former principal Argo, and pictures of old sports teams.  

And Karin Pearce Coy also sent a copy of the Commencement Program for 1960 which has the names of the 463 who graduated with us.  The names are listed, although there is a typo - the program calls us the graduates of 1959.  

At the end of January we made our first postal mailing to those who don't have email, giving them the overview of reunion events.  

The planning is underway for the gatherings.  And we are still looking for the classmates on our lost list.  

As always, you are invited to join the reunion committee, or to volunteer to help in any other way (video taping, sending memorabilia, helping at the gatherings).  It is going to be a great weekend.  

Please leave a message on this site for your fellow classmates.  And keep signing on to get the latest info.    

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