Cascade, 1964: Reunion potluck picnic is 3 p.m. Aug. 29 at 1412 128th St. SW, Everett. More info: or 425-252-7229.

Cascade, 1965: The 50th reunion is Sept. 12. More info:

Cascade, 1975: The 40th reunion is Sept. 25-26. More info:

Edmonds 1965: The 50th reunion is Sept. 26 at Embassy Suites, Lynnwood. More info:

Everett, 1950: The 65th reunion will be 4-7 p.m. Aug. 27 at the Everett Golf and Country Club. More info: Sharon McFarland at or 425-742-3051, or Gale Flake at 425-355-0864.

Everett, 1960: The 55th reunion is 1-8 p.m. Sept. 8 at Forest Park’s Floral Hall. Free. More info:

Everett, 1965: The 50th reunion is set for Sept. 11 at Legion Memorial Golf Course and Sept. 12 at the Everett Yacht Club. More info:, 425-778-5090.

Everett, 1970: Casual event is 7-11 p.m. Sept. 19 at Legion Memorial Golf Course with appetizers, no-host bar, music. Cost is $35. Golf event that morning with sign-up ASAP. More info: Jane at, or

Everett, 1975: The 40th reunion is Aug. 29 at Legion Memorial Golf Course. More info:

Mariner, 1975: The 40th reunion is Sept. 26 at Bluewater Distilling in Everett. More info:

Marysville, 1959-1965: A mini-reunion is 5-10 p.m. Aug. 29 at Glen Eagle Country Club. Cost is $20. RSVP by Aug. 10. More info: Rosemary (425-210-3315,, Don R (425-760-3730, or Ann (360-658-5281,

Marysville, 1965: The 50th reunion is Sept. 25-26. More info: Jim, 425-239-8445 or

Meadowdale, 1965: The 50th reunion is Sept. 12 at the Holiday Inn downtown Everett. Buffet dinner. More info: Jerry Hause at 425-346-2634,

Pilchuck, 1973-1976: 6:30-11 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Medallion Hotel in Arlington. Cost is $30 or $50 per couple. Appetizers, live music, no-host bar. More info: “Pilchuck High School” on, or Vikki Royal at 360-630-0415.

Snohomish, 1942: Noon Sept. 9 at Hill Park. More info: June Gregory, 360-668-3260.

Snohomish, 1963: Annual potluck picnic is 1 p.m. Sept. 12 at the John and Cheri Misich house, 7115 Lowell River Road. Bring your own beverages. RSVP. More info: 425-225-6238.

Snohomish, 1965: The 50th reunion is Aug. 22. More info:

Stanwood, all: The annual all-school reunion for alumni of Stanwood and Twin City high schools is 2-5 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Stanwood Sons of Norway Hall. Light refreshments. A $5 donation is requested. More info: Jim and Pat Lund, 360-629-3604.

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