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Spread the word about All-Class Reunion, organizers urge


Tonia Copeland

Todd and Kim Baliman, left, enlisted help from community volunteers to prepare food for the upcoming All-Class Reunion. Here they are assisted by Tom Janicek and Susan Braden.

The All-Class Reunion will be here soon, and chairman Kim Baliman urges locals to share the word about the July 3-5 event.

Baliman said they have received about 170 registrations for the event as of this week.

"If we don't have at least 300 there we will have a serious conversation about whether we will do it again," Baliman said. She added that the committee hopes for at least 500 in attendance.

Baliman said the next two weeks are expected to bring the most registrations in, but some graduates from 1999 through this year may not have received invitations.

"We don't have a good database for...

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