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Julie Bird


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Štastný Nový rok 2018
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Reunion Notes 

Notes, random stuff… There are other events happening adjacent to us. It may be crowded. Come early if possible. Parking, there is valet parking at Sagebrush. If it’s full, head down the road about 100 yards, and on the same side as Sagebrush is Leonis Adobe Museum parking lot. You pay the attendant, note closing time if any. We may need some volunteers to set up a few things. Don’t bring any memorabilia you don’t want damaged, lost. If you have fotos, make copies. We have around 150 who plan to attend. 

It may be cool at night, you may want to bring outerwear. 

Prolly no place to charge phones. Thanks for understanding that this is a reunion for the class of 1977 only. 

Reseda Class of 1977 40th Reunion Committee. 

40th Reunion Update

As of September 27,we are expecting 130 plus classmates at our reunion. This reunion is for the Class Of 1977 only. Other Reseda classes are NOT invited.

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Misc. Reunion Info 

40th Reunion Update

As of July 29, 2017, we have about 100 classmates planning to attend the reunion.

Roy Leake

40th Reunion sometime in 2017

A few of us will be planning the 40th reunion in 2017. No date yet. In the meantime, help us by contacting classmates and getting their info.

Warren King

Reseda Alumz and students of Warren King
Mr. King, former photography teacher at Reseda High School, passed away this morning peacefuly from the end stages of Parkinson’s. We respected him as a teacher and to many of us he was a good friend.
Many of us went out of our way to learn from the best.
Our senior year, the 5 officers of photo club came from 5 different school districts.
Besides teaching photography, he volunteered at our track meets.
Great memories: taking 40 of us through Europe for 4 weeks, hanging out at his home, sharing amazing stories, K.I.S.S. Recently, I had a chance to visit him. His mind and memories were sharp.

Thank you to the King family for sharing such a wonderful man.
RIP. More about HWK.