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•   J. T. Bushnell  7/15
•   Walter Gager  7/3
•   Tyson G. Bafford  7/16
•   Jay Green  12/8
•   Tiffany Heck  11/18
•   Rochelle Buchser  11/5
•   Leticia Belmontes (Araujo)  9/25
•   Kyle Corce  9/23
•   Karolin Sawiel (Wicks)  9/23
•   Joke van der Star (Duijnisveld)  8/25
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Arizona
9 live in California
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in New York
24 live in Oregon
1 lives in Virginia
4 live in Washington
1 lives in Chile
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Mexico
1 lives in Netherlands
24 location unknown


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Welcome Outlaws! 

This website is designed for the class of 1998 to have a consistent place to check in and communicate about upcoming events and actitivities. The reunion has come and gone this year...but keep your profile on this site can stay connected to classmates - and learn more about what is happening for upcoming events.

Remember this site is FREE of charge for everyone - be sure to start an account and update your information often (at least add in your email address) so we can all keep in touch.  It's FREE - so why not??

Remember this from our Senior Yearbook?  "The seniors were the first to begin as 7th graders in the new school and continue in the new high school through 12th grade.  A smaller group of seniors had been together since 1st grade.  From Mr. Runco's "storytime" in strength class to Noelle Mackey's belly dancing, memories accumulated through the years.  Monica Ammarati remembered "being in the talent show and having people that I didn't even know come up to me and say 'good job'.  Brooke Morgan especially remembered Matt Ribb dressing up as Janet Jackson in a lip sync.  Rochelle Buchser recalled, "On the music tour we played 'Chubby Bunny' in our cabin, and the highest was only 6 marshmallows."  The sports programs went further than most dreamed, and academics soared with six valedictorians.  Truly 1998 was the best of times for most seniors."