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North Emery High plans class reunion

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If you ever attended North Emery High, you're invited to be a part of Reunion 2005. The theme for the reunion is "Memories are Made of This." Event organizers are well underway with plans for the get together. July 2, is the date to circle on your calendars. Activities will begin at 10 a.m. at Huntington Elementary with registration and light refreshments. At noon a dedication of a North Emery High Memorial monument on the corner in front of the old high school will take place. From 12:30-3 p.m. all classmates will meet in individual classrooms according to the year of their graduation. At 3 p.m. a program will be held in the gymnasium of the school with a dinner following the program.

Hazel McMullin is preparing a red and white quilt to be raffled off during the program. The quilt is designed and quilted by Hazel and will be a one of a kind original. Organizers have also arranged for North Emery High memorabilia including T-shirts, caps and visors with the North Emery logo created by Clifford Oviatt to be available for purchase.

Kent Wilson will prepare the dinner for the reunion goers. Program numbers will include the Huntington Glee Club, the Torgersons, Judy Potter, Grace Johansen, Earl Gundersen, and many other numbers. Drawings for door prizes will also be held during the program.

Those wishing to sign up to attend the reunion can contact Dixie Bass at 687-2708.

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