The Mission Secondary class of 1952 (front row, left to right) Emma Hammond, Chris and Stan Douglas, Jackie Phare, Sandra Tomich and Myrna Skazel, (back row, left to right) Marie Preissl, Barbara Sept, Clarence Diebold, Bill Sabo, Gwen Ellerbeck, Willie Schmidt, Jean Donaldson, Chuck Charlong and Bill and Noemi Gruenthal. / Submitted Photo

Former Mission students celebrate 65th class reunion

The class of 1952 got together for an evening of memories

Fourteen former students of the Mission Senior Secondary School graduating class of 1952 gathered in Mission on May 18 for dinner at the Station Grill to celebrate their 65th class reunion.

The original grad class of 1952 consisted of 62 students.

This enthusiastic class gathers annually to reunite with their former friends and classmates. Catching up with each other made for a memorable evening. Special thanks to grad reunion organizers Chris Douglas, class president of 1952, and Barbara Sept.

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