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•   Cari Rusconi (Holt)  9/22
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Sinagua High School
Class Of 1993


Hello Friends and fellow Sinagua High School Classmates of 1993,


It’s hard to believe, but twenty years have passed since we all left Sinagua High School for the last time as students to pursue our dreams in the big ol’ world. It’s hard to forget the endless homework, Friday night football games, parties at the cinders, and hanging out with our friends under the Northern Arizona stars. The world has changed drastically since a time of $.99 gasoline at the Maverick by the mall, but nothing can erase the memories of blaring our stereos to Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Garth Brooks, Hootie and Blowfish, Bel Biv Devoe, and our favorite hair bands that were just beginning to fade away into music history.

It’s time to make some new memories with some old friends! The time for our 20th reunion has arrived, and everyone is invited to come join the party to catch up with old friends and rekindle friendships that may have unintentionally slipped away from us.


The festivities will held on the weekend of July 19-20, 2013 in Flagstaff, AZ.

The full itinerary can be found on the reunion page of this site (click 20 year reunion button), but here are a few of the details.


  • July 19th, 7pm-11pm- Casual Mixer at Collin’s Irish Pub. Light appetizers will be served and a cash bar will be available. This is a casual event, so come on down and get comfortable. There is a separate private room for our mixer, please check in at seating hostess upon entry.

  • July 20th, 9am-10am- Tour of Sinagua High School. Join us for a tour of our old stomping grounds. Bring a camera and see how the place has changed. Sinagua is a middle school now, so it may have a completely different feel!

  • July 20th, 11am-1pm- Meet the Family Picnic. NOTE THE CHANGE:

    Ponderosa Trails Park

      3875 S. Wild West Tr.

        Playground; picnic ramada.

    Please bring a blanket and pack a lunch for your family. Bring a camera and be ready for some fun and games while we show off our beautiful families.

  • July 20th, 7pm-11pm- Class of 1993 Reunion, held at Jake’s on the Green, located in Continental where the old clubhouse used to be. A cash bar will also be available for spirits and soda.


Tickets are available for immediate purchase on this website by visiting the reunion page.Please consider purchasing your tickets as soon as possible. Early purchase allows me to accurately gauge attendance and will allow me to make minor changes if attendance does not meet original estimates.

If you have questions/problems with ticket purchase, please contact Southwest Reunion Planners at 520-407-8300. You can also email them at


I look forward to seeing you all this summer!


Cari (Rusconi) Holt


1993 Class Website and Ticket purchase:

Facebook Group Page:


Hello classmates! Glad to see you made it to the website. Please fill out your profile to be updated with class news for years to come. Can't wait to see you all at the reunion!

Cari (Rusconi) Holt

Regrettably, I can't make it to the reunion as I'll be taming the rapids on the Green River in Utah (Desolation and Gray Canyons) from the 16th to the 23rd... so, hopefully some of you still have various programs, pamphlets or yearbooks with my stoopid horse drawings in or on them-- a large part of my high school experience was decorating those mothers... if not, good-- I draw much better now and actually make money from it to boot...

Plus, I got my name back-- those from 1st grade may remember me as Standing tree Adam Schively, then 2-12th as Adam Standing tree Schively, now I'm just Adam Standing tree... Schively was just a name my great-grandfather stole off a dead British guy in the 1800's...