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Let's make our next reunion amazing!


•   Susan McGraw (Irvine)  6/20
•   Lee Van Duzer  3/20
•   Cedar Brown (League)  7/11
•   Jennifer Strauman (Iaea)  7/3
•   Dylan Owens  7/3
•   Paul Kitzman  7/3
•   Faith Walker  7/2
•   Nick Stewart  6/29
•   Tristen Voget (Childers)  6/27
•   Marisa Quinn (Lehnerz)  6/26
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Alaska
1 lives in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
12 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in District Of Columbia
3 live in Idaho
1 lives in Illinois
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Montana
3 live in Nevada
1 lives in New York
72 live in Oregon
2 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
11 live in Washington
145 location unknown


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!

Hey Class of 1995! It was a blast getting to spend time together at our 20th reunion The reunion planning committee worked hard, and now we are tired. BUT there are still a few announcements, scroll down for updates.

We are also planning on maintaining this site for future reunions, so peruse our missing classmates list, and lets see if we cna get in touch with more of us so that the next time we get together it's bigger, badder and even more of a blast!



To Aden, Maraya and Tanner for doing the heavy lifting on organizing our 20th renion. Thanks to their hard work and help from April, Tammi, Wendy, Farrah and everyone else who chipped in big and small (spouses totally count!) Friday night the wine was plentiful, the food was delicious, the laughter was loud and it was a delight to reconnect with so many happy faces! Not to mention... Sunday at the Lake was a ton of fun! Getting to meet the next generation of bright faces, vollyball, watermelon, tacos and a bouncy castle water slide!!

The folks who organized this reunion did so for free... voluntarily so that we could all have a blast. Not only did we do it completely of our good will and in our free time... we paid out of our own pockets to attend! Now that's love. (and you know... we are all so happy that we did, because the hugs, smiles and memories were the best reward of all!)

The reunion may be over....

Let's keep the connection going! If you are interested in sharing contact information with the whole class please let me know. I will be compiling a list of the next couple of weeks and hope to share something with anyone who wants it by the end of the month (stay tuned for details).

A few people have suggested a simple picnic style get together each 4th of July weekend with all AHS alumni. That could be fun. If that comes together, we'll announce it here and on Facebook.

A couple business items:

For those who ended up coming to the reunion events but did not get to contribute yet, you can still use the following link to contribute: Click here to go to our "donation center." 

Just a reminder, the weekend as a whole cost $70 per person (including vineyard and lake), and the lake was $10 per adult (without the Vineyard) and $5 per child.

We ended up with more money than we needed (thank heaven!), so as we settle up with people who didn't get to contribute yet, andy additional money will become the seed fund for our next reunion which we hope will be bigger, better, and even more fun than this one!

We will be planning the next reunion five or ten years from now. It's work... but it's rewarding. AND We will need fresh ideas, resources and folks to take action. If you think you might be interested in participating in future planning (Tucker, Paul, Jude... I'm looking at you...) please let us know!


We had a photographer at the event. He had intended to run the photobooth... but a lot of us forgot that was happening! So instead he wandered around and grabbed a few candids. Here is the link if you're interested in seeing or downloading those photos. Click here for the Link. 

Our Classmate Jude Wand also took a bunch of stunning photos of both the Vineyard and Lake events and has shared them to our class flickr group! Click here to go to the flickr group. Setting up a flickr account is both ZERO dollars and takes a minimal ammount of time.  There are nearly 500 photos there from all time. GO DO IT. You'll be glad you set up the account just to enjoy all of these amazing photos! (plus you can use your free yahoo emal account for junk mail... it's great!)

Happy 20 year graduation anniversary everyone!  We're generally aging alrighy ;)