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8/19/01
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PHS Bulldogs On- Line
Aug 19, 2001
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3 Bulldog alumni notes today:
Ginger Mitchell Wedin (64)
Le'Ann McAllister Cherry (67)
Josh Case (00)

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From: Ginger Mitchell Wedin (64)

  Thank you to Lee (George) Lewandowski (64), who sent this website to me. Now I have figured out that what I write here gets published  :)
  Come on, class of '64 lets write something. The '63 link is pretty impressive.

  I think it is special that there is a large portion of my class that went to school together all the way from kindergarten (Capt. Gray) up to graduation. Even though I've been gone since '64, I still have a lot of good friends from PHS. And a LOT of memories driving around in my (inherited from my 3 brothers) '38 white Chevy coupe with the suicide knob.

  Someone mentioned Mr. Herbig. I would love his address--he helped me with the flute.

  Pasco was a great place to grow up--where you could walk barefoot to the pool all summer long, and on the way home stop by the Tastee Freez and for 5 cents buy a little popup ice cream. Back then they would pipe in water to the tennis courts at Sylvester Park for ice skating, (note the little raised curb around the courts) and there was more snow in the winter--you could be pulled behind a car on a sled and not get into trouble.

  I can't remember if I ever went down the flume or not-I remember watching others.

  We had a fun street--Octave.  Across from Ray Eads, down the street from Sandy Maurstad, between PHS and Teenager at Volunteer Park. The only bad part of where I lived was being 3 houses away from the office and eagle eye of Mr. Gregson--I just knew he could see everything. He was a great tennis coach.

Ginger Mitchell Wedin (64)
Highlands Ranch, CO
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From: Le'Ann McAllister Cherry (67)

  In our hectic lives today it is such a blessing that we still have our memories, and can share them with people we have known for oh so many years. How absolutely fantastic it feels to come home from work, get a cold one, and reminisce with old friend on-line. A very deserved and appreciated Thank You to Paul Case (67) who started this keeps it possible for all of us to connect with each other .......... (Paul, you are obligated to print this) .... you have made a lot of people very happy. We really need to spread the word and get a bigger response. I think we could also have a Memory page of those of our classmates who are deceased. What do you think?

  About the class of '67 35-year class reunion ............ still no takers for the job of committee chairman ........ I would appreciate any ideas or support in this endeavor. I loved doing it on the 25th, chairing it on the 30th, but please, please, get me out of it this time!!!!!!!!!!

  You are all great......... :) keep writing,,,,

Le'Ann McAllister Cherry (67)
Kennewick, WA
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From: Josh Case (00)

  Today a pondering about rivalries entered my head, so I thought I'd write about it in the Bulldogs Online. My dad has told me about the big rivalry Pasco High had with Kennewick every year. He said how we always played Kennewick for Homecoming, and how the rivalry was so big between the schools. Being a graduate of 2000, I've noticed the change in rivalries. We don't so much have a big rivalry with Kennewick anymore, I think mainly because our football team always kicks their butts nowadays, but our two big rivalries are Kamiakin and Richland. I'd say that Kamiakin is probably the biggest rival school now. But what I wanted to know was if any of you remember any other big or semi-big rivalries with other schools besides Kennewick, and if any of you remember any good pranks or rival acts that happened. One I remember that happened only about 2 or 3 years ago was when some Pasco guys went to Fran Rish Stadium (home of the Bombers) and burned a giant "P" into the grass there. Anybody else remember any others?

Josh Case (00)
Pasco, WA
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