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Highline High School
Class Of 1958


                                                                    65th REUNION

On June 17, 2023, the Highline High School Class of 1958  gathered, once again, at the Embassy Suites in Tukwila for its 65th Reunion.   And what a gathering it was!!

83 classmates and guests convened in the Atrium for an hour and half of cocktails and the sharing of memories, comparing of close calls with the medical community and the telling of bold stories (which seem to get better every reunion).  We all had time to study the "Memorial Board" and view the names of the 202 classmates who have not survived, inspiring the wonderful memories of our time together, combined with the sadness that they are no longer with us.  When the dinner bell rang, and our stomachs began to growl, we all moved into the Triple Crown Room to be served an excellent repast of steak, salmon or chicken, all equally delicious.

Our multi-generational Master of Ceremonies, Terry McCarthy, welcomed us and discussed "the pricing of the meal and how, with the help of donations from many generous classmates, it was possible to partake in a full course $79 dinner for only $44.  Sort of sounds like "new math"?   The Reunion closed with a toast to "classmates here with us tonight, classmates who are alive but not here with us and classmates who have passed away".  After the toast Ramona Hopping Kechelen led us in the singing of "Sailing On" which we last sang together when we graduated in 1958.

The bad news was that the number of attendees at our 65th was about half of what it was for the 60th Reunion.  As the size of our gathering shrinks, the venues, such as the Embassy Suites, become financially less obtainable because of required room rentals and minimum cost guarantees.  It appears that our next Reunion will have to be less formal and less expensive.  And, what is sacred about five-year Reunions?  Why not meet more often, particularly, as we continue to get older?

You will soon receive an invitation to suggest how and where we should structure our next Reunion.   Martha Brock, the glue that holds us together, our administrator, Treasurer, website administrator and keeper of lost and fallen classmate's information, has pledged to continue her expert oversight.


Highline will Shine Tonight!

....Terry McCarthy....