Grad of ’60 looks for class mates

The Ponoka Class of 1960 grads, undergrads and friends will be gathering at the Royal Canadian Legion Sept. 25 for a 50-year reunion.

Dear Editor:

As readers of the Ponoka News will know from Mike Rainone’s Reflections of Ponoka feature in the June 16 edition, the Ponoka Class of 1960 grads, undergrads and friends will be gathering at the Royal Canadian Legion Sept. 25 for a 50-year reunion.

In preparation for the event I have been able to locate all alumni except for Lynn Jackson, Fred Cameron, Mary Craig and Don Aird. I want to make every attempt to locate these people and include them in this significant celebration.

If anyone has information on the whereabouts of these former Ponoka class of 1960 students. it would be truly appreciated that you contact me at 403-783-2119.

Thank you,

Dale Johnston

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