Class of ’69 meets for reunion

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Approximately 50 member of the graduation class of 1969 of the Rimbey High School recently gathered for a reunion on Sept. 12 that included former students from far and wide. Among them was Dennis Harrish who traveled all the way from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, who had the honour of being the furthest grad to return. Others came from British Columbia, California and throughout Alberta, including eight former teachers of the class who had not seen many of the students for the better part of 40 years. In addition to plenty of reminiscing, visiting and laughter, the former students also enjoying a delicious banquet at the Rimbey Drop-In Centre, a visit to the high school and a tour of the garden and yard of alumni member Carolyn Ralliston, who also coordinated the reunion.

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