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Class of 1969 50th Reunion Stretched Out Over Three Months
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June 5, 1969 thirty Rye High School seniors bid goodbye to Rye High, in the largest graduating class of that time. June 5, 2019 fourteen of those graduates gathered at the Preseren Club House in Rye Park to celebrate with a fifty year reunion. They enjoyed a cold cut style lunch, visited and caught up on life, laughed about the old times, and then topped it all off with a fabulous grilled steak dinner. As a special treat, Barb Zorc found her copy of the class's Last Will and Testament where they all pledged what they would be leaving to the undergraduates, teachers, and principals. The legacies bequeathed were just as funny at this time as they had been fifty years before, and brought back many more memories for more stories to share.

Sounds like fun and a typical reunion, but for this lively group it was just the tip of the iceberg. The Rye High alumnus continued their reunion on July 10 by taking a cruise to Alaska. Fourteen people were able to go on the cruise. The group met in Vancouver, BC and followed the Inside Passage to Whittier, Alaska. It was not the same fourteen people on the cruise and at the picnic both, although many of the same faces were in both places.

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