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11/4/01
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PHS Bulldogs On-Line
Nov 04, 2001
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3 Bulldog alumni notes today:
Larry Hilton (62)
Marcia Myers (63)
Diana Johnson Bousquet (63)

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Football (11/1): Pasco 34 - Eisenhower 6
The Bulldogs begin on the road to state by hosting Mount Spokane on Tuesday (11/6) in a loser out game

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From: Larry Hilton (62)

  To Sandra Green Reuther:
  Thank you for sharing Bill Gillum's talk he gave at the Block One party. Bill's narrative brought back a lot of memories. Any of us who grew up in the Tri-Cities benefited from the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project and from the hard working families who farmed the area.
  As a city kid, I had several school friends who grew up living and working on the Columbia Basin farms. I spent a lot of my free time bird hunting and fishing the area. Thank goodness, because it kept me from getting into any more mischief than I was already capable of. I remember in my senior year of high school, Kenney Craven and I would sign out of 6th hour study hall for the library and then we would skip out and head for the Columbia Basin Project to get in one last hour of pheasant hunting before the lawful hunting hours closed for the day. This went fine until Mr. Myers checked the 6th hour study hall check-out list with the library check-in list, needless to say, when our names didn't appear on the check-in list, our 6th hour hunting sessions came to and end. For a period of time, my desk location during 6th hour study hall was up on the cafeteria stage right next to Mr. Myers desk. (It was still worth it! Chuckle) I really did have a great time in High School.

  To Ron Dupuis:
  Keep writing your articles Ron, its good to here from you. Say Hi to Loren and Dawnie for me. I retired in southern Utah about 5 years ago. You and Loren would love it, we have over a dozen golf courses within a fifty mile radius and the green fees are pretty reasonable. The winters are warm and sunny. We get a lot of snow birds who migrate here each winter so that they can golf year around.
  I know Dave Whitmire is just down the road from you guys, it's been a while since I've talked to Dave so tell him Hi also. You might ask him to tell you about the time that he, Kenney Craven and I attempted to sneak up on the Kennewick bonfire so that we could light it before their pep rally. Flying through the night in the Kennewick country side at sixty miles an hour, with our car lights turned off, attempting to loose our pursuers was not my idea of having a good time.

Larry Hilton (62)
Santa Clara, UT
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From: Marcia Myers (63)

  Re: A Day's Pay for USA
  Thought you might be interested in this.

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  Marcia,
  Ed and I have wanted to get you some info on A Day's Pay for USA. It is unique and symbolic to our community. Since this idea was conceptualized on our small farm in Badger Canyon, we want to pass it on to others. This is a volunteer effort for helping raise funds to purchase a fire truck for the Fire Department in NY, local emergency equipment for the local preparedness with Level A hazmat suits and a backup communication system for emergency teams, and most of all to simulate the economy to get our and SHOP, SHOP AND SHOP!!! on November 8th. Many of the mayors and commissioners are proclaiming Nov. 8 as "A DAY'S PAY FOR USA" day. Follow the events and history making news of Tri-Cities at www.adayspayforusa.org and call in on November 8 at 1-509-735-6612 to participate with a days pay. This is how Tri-Cities communities are making a community statement to America that we are supportive of our freedom and our country. Keep the cost of this fire truck in the federal surplus and we will help America take care of America. Everything with this event has been donated, volunteered. It is ran through the Tri-County Fire Department's 501 3c so it is tax deductible. We pay the manufacturer for the fire truck, and for the emergency gear. No salaries, no commissions to anyone. Our community is awesome and so generous to help get this effort together for November 8. Check it out Nov.
4, in the Tri-City Herald www.tricityherald.com and follow the next few days.

  More later,
  Thank you
  Ed and Margaret Hue
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Marcia Myers (63)
Vancouver, WA

should take you directly to the Day's Pay story. - Paul]
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From: Diana Johnson Bousquet (63)

  To Marcia Myers:
  Thanks for sending me this. I have talked to Judy Blackstock this week and she told me that Kenny Kniveton (sp?) and his wife Deanna Nagely are living here in Las Vegas. 3 or 4 and counting on Bulldogs. Are there anymore?

  Corresponded with Marcia Bailie and took a real long trip down memory lane. I remembered things I hadn't thought of in years. Of course I told her I had forgiven you for introducing me to my ex. :) She also remembered me by my other not real name. Thanks too for the news of the homecoming game results. You always were on top of things. Keep up the good work. Oh!! Do you have a list of e-mail addresses for some of our class? I know at one time there was one.

Diana Johnson Bousquet (63)
Las Vegas, NV
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