Alumni Sandstorm ~ 07/11/17
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4 Bombers sent stuff: 
Mike CLOWES ('54), Steve CARSON ('58)
Shirley SHERWOOD ('62), David RIVERS ('65)
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BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: Rex HUNT ('53)
BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: Roger MIKULECKY ('54)
BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: Janice JOHNS ('61)
BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: Pete CARROLL ('65)
BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: John HEFFNER ('66)
BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: Barbara GILE ('67)

BOMBER CALENDAR: Richland Bombers Calendar
    Click the event you want to know more about.
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>>From: Bob Carlson, aka Mike CLOWES ('54)

Guess summer is officially here. This observation is made
because of the many wild fires in the Pacific Northwest,
California, Utah and British Columbia. The weather people tell
us there haven't been too many lightening storms; so watch
flippin' those butts and matches.

Let's not get side-tracked here, as it is a Bomber's birthday.
To say I knew him in school might be stretching it a bit. But,
we did graduate the same year, so that has to count for
something.

A tip of the ol' propeller beanie and a "Happy Birthday!"
would be appropriate for Roger MIKULECKY ('54) on this date.
Hope to see you around the campfire again.

-Bob Carlson, aka Mike CLOWES ('54) ~ Mount Angel, OR  where 
      monies are being put in the pot to maybe spring for a 
      rain dance or something like it.
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>>From: Steve CARSON (Championship Class of '58)

I just found a picture of the group that went to Senior Prom
together. My date was Peggy BELLARTS ('58). I had forgotten.
????

      [Those question marks are 4 icon happy faces: one
      blushing, one blowing a heart, one laughing/crying, 
      and one laughing. They don't show up in our "plain
      text" Sandstorm.
      And another thing, Steve. You can't tell us you have
      a picture and not show it to us. -Maren

-Steve CARSON (Championship Class of '58)
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>>From: Shirley SHERWOOD Milani ('62)

To: David DOUGLAS ('62)

David, TMI

-Shirley SHERWOOD Milani ('62)
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>>From: David RIVERS ('65)

Re: your choice gravel or pavement

I've wondered, since I was old enuff to give a rat's patootie,
why some of our roads (in what I always thought was Richland,
proper) were gravel and some were paved. Many of my friends,
the B-day Bomber included lived on gravel roads, while others
lived on paved roads. I'm sure scholars of Richland history
such as Johnny POYNER ('63) and Terry CHRISTENSEN ('61) 
given their familiarity with Richland Gubmint must know the
answer... Sure it could be bad choices in Jr. Highs, but that
is not an adequate answer as many of my buds, all of whom
lived on paved roads, were dragged from their lifelong
friends, to attend that Jr. High on the hill, simply because
they lived on the east [I think you mean north, David] side
of Salem St.... now I will grant you, the gravel roads that 
I recall were certainly on the east [north?] side of Salem, 
but I wasn't speaking of quite that far east [north?]... 
now somebody out there has got to know the answer to this
question... I know there are more senior Bombers out there
that have answered tons of questions such as this one, but
till I get the answer I'll just wish my life-long friend (and
the Son of my Dad's long time friend) Peter Joe CARROLL ('65)
HAPPY BIRTHDAY on your special day, July 11, 2017!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

-David RIVERS ('65)
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That's it for today. Please send more.
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