Alumni Sandstorm ~ 12/11/17
3 Bombers sent stuff: 
David DOUGLAS ('62)
Jim HOUSE ('63)
Shirley COLLINGS ('66)
BOMBER TWIN BIRTHDAY today Richard McCLELLAND ('66) (11th)
BOMBER TWIN BIRTHDAY yesterday: Linda McCLELLAND ('66) (10th)

WEEKLY BOMBER LUNCH: Mostly '52ers, Noon, Sterling's GWWay (Fridays)

12/11   14 days till Christmas
CINNAMON BEAR - Listen to "The Wintergreen Witch" (Episode #13) 

BOMBER CALENDAR: Richland Bombers Calendar
    Click the event you want to know more about.
>>From: David DOUGLAS ('62)

There were many very nice young ladies in the class of '62,
and one of them was definitely Cathy WOOD ('62). Happy
belated birthday on 12/10, Cathy. You deserved to have a
wonderful day.

I want to thank the many Bombers who provided consolation and
inspiration to me following the loss of our son. There were
names from decades ago, and some I didn't recognize except
through the Alumni Sandstorm, and I deeply appreciated each
one. We make up the diverse Bomber family, whether our
nickname is based on an airplane or, in my generation's case,
was expressed by the model bomb placed at the center of the
football fields and basketball courts during halftime (long
before I ever heard of Day's Pay). I am forever thankful that
I graduated from Col-Hi (or whatever it's called today).

-David DOUGLAS ('62) ~ Mesa, AZ 
>>From: Jim HOUSE ('63)

I know when you ask "How are you doing?" you are not seeking
a report from my medical chart, rather a check on my spirit.
I usually reply "groovy". That livens up the room. Ray ('64)
always greets me with a compliment. Isn't he special?

Sometimes I volunteer more. For example I will explain that
my condition may be causing my face to look like I have been
in a fight or I stepped in something foul. Feel free to
discuss my medical information with anyone from the Gossip 
in the back row to the Scientist trying to learn from my


P.S. Myrna ('63): Rest easy, I still am not married, and 
	I have a 401 K.

-Jim HOUSE ('63)
>>From: Shirley COLLINGS Haskins ('66)

Re: Richland Basketball ~ 12/10/17 Tri-City Herald 

	"Richland boys knock off nationally ranked team to
	win Utah tourney."

	"The Richland boys basketball team is not one to
	back down from a challenge.

	Facing one of the top teams in the nation Saturday
	in the championship game of the Great Western
	Shootout, Cole NORTHOP stepped up with 31 points
	to lead the Bombers past Wasatch Academy 67-66 in
	Orem, Utah.

	'We had a good team win,' Richland coach Earl
	Streufert said. 'They were large and strong. We
	beat three really good teams down there. When your
	guys play well together, you can see what they can

	Wasatch Academy of Mt. Pleasant, Utah, was ranked
	15th in USA Today's Super 25 Preseason Boys
	Basketball rankings in mid-November, and still
	were 15th in Week 2."

-Shirley COLLINGS Haskins ('66) ~ Richland  
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