Beachside reunion for South Tahoe class of ’96 |

Beachside reunion for South Tahoe class of ’96

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The South Tahoe High School Class of 1996 will celebrate beachside with a 10-year reunion Aug. 11 at the Round Hill Pines Resort in Zephyr Cove. Free parking is available on site. To check out pictures and get directions visit

A no host bar will open at 6 p.m. and hors d’ oeuvres will be served from 6 to 7 p.m. A catered buffet dinner will start at 7 p.m. followed by dessert. Musical entertainment will be provided during the evening, as will a photo presentation that is being compiled by Rachelle Pakes.

Anyone who would like to have current photos of themselves or with their family, friends or co-workers added to the presentation may send a few digital pictures to

To confirm attendance at the reunion, organizers need to receive a money order from each alumnus for $55, or $110 if bringing a guest, by July 21. Money order should be made payable to Jeanine Rolfe and mailed to P.O. Box 3552, Stateline, NV 89449.

Money orders can be easily obtained at any local post office.

Reunion committee members still do not have the contact information for quite a few members of the class. Anyone who knows of classmates who might be interested in attending should send contact information (including maiden name if applicable) or encourage them to do so. Organizers are trying to get a phone number, address, and e-mail address for each alumnus. Anyone who knows of an alumnus who does not want to attend should send that information as well.

E-mail information to or call (415) 509-2419. After the reunion all contact information will be kept on file and can be updated through the STHS alumni association at The class hopes to have as complete an alumni contact list as possible for future events.

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