Nostalgic picnic includes graduates of 15 classes from Fallbrook High
Thursday, October 24th, 2013
Issue 43, Volume 17.
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Fallbrook High School alumni pose for a photo during the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion Oct. 20 at Live Oak Park, from left, front row, Elizabeth Anthony, class of 1962 and Alan Serry; back row, Wally Johnston, class of 1960, Marion Clemmens, class of 1936 and Earl Serry. Bill Ahrend, Class of 1962, out of view, is the photographer. Nick Hinchliff, left, and Doug True look through pages of the Fallbrook High School Tomahawk newspaper with delight during the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion on Oct 20. Hinchliff and True are members of the Fallbrook High School class of 1961. Tyrene Freeman Jones, left, presents an opportunity drawing prize basket to Jeannie Harrison during the Fallbrook Alumni Reunion Oct 20 in Live Oak Park. Jones was in the Fallbrook High School Class of 1960 and Harrison the Class of 1964. Many prizes donated by local merchants were given away in ticket drawings. Gary Hutchins, left, warmly greets Marion Clemmens at the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion Oct. 20 in Live Oak Park. Clemmens is a member of the Fallbrook High School class of 1936, the earliest class represented at the reunion. Hutchins, a Vista High graduate is married to a Fallbrook High graduate and has donated DJ and sound services to the reunion for many years. He was recognized this year with an honorary membership in the Fallbrook Alumni Association. Jim Grevatt, Fallbrook High School Class of 1953, shows off the 60th reunion display of his class at the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion at Live Oak Park Oct 20. Alumni from 15 different classes were in attendance. Jan Mahr Owen, left, and Eleanor Hutchins prepare to cut the special Fallbrook High School Warrior cake during the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion. Owen, chairperson of the group and Hutchins are members of the class of 1962. Imogene Payne Towne, Fallbrook High School Class of 1945, is helped to her seat during lunch by Scott Duffin, Class of 1974 and current agriculture instructor at Fallbrook High School, during the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion. The reunion was held at Live Oak Park on Oct. 20. Chick Miller Mahr, left, and Marion Clemmons represented the two earliest classes of Fallbrook High School present at the Fallbrook Alumni Reunion Oct. 20 at Live Oak Park. Mahr is class of 1937 and Clemmons class of 1936. Lynn Orcutt, left, Class of 1963, and David Orcutt, Class of 1971 of Fallbrook High School, are served lunch by Richard Sherman, current student, during the Fallbrook Alumni Reunion Oct. 20 at Live Oak Park. The Fallbrook High School ag department served its signature tri-tip meal to attendees. Fallbrook High School alumni Carolyn Staude Russell, left, Gary “Bud” Cross, center and Daryl Russell discuss photos of their high school days at the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion Oct. 20 at Live Oak Park. The three are all members of the Fallbrook High School Class of 1957. Fallbrook High School alumni Imogene Payne Towne and Jessie Lincoln Lee pause as they reminisce over an album of photos taken during their time as students in Fallbrook. Towne and Lee are members of the Class of 1945. Both were attending the annual Fallbrook Alumni Reunion at Live Oak Park on Oct. 20. Jan Mahr Owen makes announcements during the annual Fallbrook Alumni reunion on Oct. 20 at Live Oak Park. Owen, Class of 1960, is the chairperson of the Alumni Association and prime organizer of the annual picnic that was attended by alumni from 15 different classes this year.
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