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50th Reunion Information
Thank you to everyone for attending our Fiftieth Class Reunion.  It was without a doubt a tremendous success.  Over 220 classmates, their spouses and guests came to celebrate fifty years of being San Bernardino High School Cardinals.  A very proud bunch of once young men and women, we set out to make our mark on the world, and did we ever!

From the knowledge we gained from so many wonderful teachers, we set forth on our journey to give back those values and knowledge we were taught.  Some of us stayed at home to better our community, raise families while others went off to further our knowledge of the world.  We returned that gift by teaching the youth of the world, helping others outside of our community, defending our freedoms and allowing Freedom to Ring.
With that accomplished, we returned on October 4, 2008 to gather once again and celebrate our achievements. 
Because time moves upon its eternal path, not all of our classmates could attend.  To those who passed on with God's help we all said a silent prayer and said 'thank you' for letting us cross your path and becoming friends and better human beings for the privilege. 
For those who found their way to the Arrowhead Country Club, there were big smiles, warm hugs and lots of tears for just knowing friends who thought enough of each other to be there regardless of what sacrifices needed to be made.  A true test of loyalty and camaraderie. 
We acknowledged many that night for their accomplishments but the evening's highlight was when Ron Skipper introduced Ambassador Michael Guhin Ph.D. (bio).  Mike, as we known him was just plain Mike, down to earth telling us that he never set out to be what he is today, he said; "it just happened".
An event like this cannot happen on its own.  It took many classmates and countless hours to organize this reunion.  Among the many volunteers who participated in the planning were four that must be recognized.  They are Jena Wilson Eaves, Wanda O'Brian Skipper, Lyn Taylor Mullins and Ken Mummery
The special Napa Valley Pinot/Chardonnay Champagne which was served upon arrival was graciously donated by Janet Cline Sasaki and her husband Tito.  It was made from their grapes.  In addition, we must recognize Joann Wattenbarger Chalfont and her husband Dan for the hard work put into the name badges and providing the picture/memorabilia boards.  A special acknowledgement must be given to the management and staff of the Inland Empire's Arrowhead Country Club for accommodating an ever growing number of guests.  Our guest count changed daily and they never faltered in making room. 
To all of the above, a very heartfelt 'Thank You'.
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