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REUNIONS

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73rd LaGrone reunion

MILANO—The 73rd annual LaGrone family reunion is scheduled for Friday through Sunday, June 15-17 at the residence of Norine LaGrone.

Live music and a variety of food and games are on the schedule for one of the longest running family reunions in the state.

Friday is workers’ night with “an old-fashioned fish fry and all the “fixins” to be served for those who help set up, while Saturday’s ice cream social will include hot dogs.

Saturday night will also feature the seventh annual LaGrone Muster ceremony.

The main reunion will begin with lunch at noon on Sunday with barbecue brisket, chicken and sausage. Attendees are asked to bring side dishes and desserts.

Basketball, volleyball, softball, horseshoes and dominoes will be played.

RHS Class of 1982

The RHS Class of 1982 will hold its 30th-year reunion the weekend of RHS’ homecoming Sept. 28 - 29. Friday will be the homecoming football game for those who want to attend. On Saturday classmates will meet for brunch (location to be announced). That evening the main part of the reunion will be held at 6 p.m. at Apache Pass.

If any class members have not signed up, there is a page on Face book, Rockdale High School Class of 1982, which will have current information.— Leigh Armstrong Owens, claowens@hotmail.com.

RHS Class of 1992

RHS Class of 1992 will hold its 20 th - year reunion on Saturday, June 16 beginning at 4 p.m. at Apache Pass. For more informa - tion visit Facebook page Rockdale High School Class of 1992, or contact Alyssa Marburger at 512- 760-6562.

Milano Exes reunion

MILANO—The Milano Ex-Students Association reunion for 2012 will be held Saturday, Sept. 15 at Milano High School. A catered meal will be served at noon.

“This is the 50th anniversary for the class of 1962 and we would like to see 100 percent attendance from this class,” said Carolyn Hafley, reunion publicist. “Be making plans to attend,” she added. For more information call Hafley, 512- 455-2473.


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