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Cubberley HS, and Wilbur JHS multi-year Reunion

Original post made by Bruce Camenzind, Community Center, on Sep 15, 2009

Saturday, October 10, 2009 in the Cubberley Auditorium
(Cafeteria, and Snack Bar area)
7pm till 10:30pm.
some soda’s, beer, and wine will be provided to help wash down some pizza
$5 cash, collected at the event.
500 capacity in the Cafeteria, and overflow into the Snack Bar Area

Suggested classes of 1967 thru 1975.
Graduates only, of Cubberley HS or Wilbur JHS
- no Partners, Family, or Pets.
Just show up
Go Cougars

Organizer, Bruce C Camenzind october09@clubwino.org, class of 72

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