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2 live in Alaska
12 live in Arizona
24 live in California
13 live in Colorado
3 live in Florida
3 live in Georgia
3 live in Hawaii
4 live in Idaho
3 live in Indiana
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2 live in Kentucky
1 lives in Massachusetts
3 live in Michigan
3 live in Minnesota
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2 live in Oklahoma
14 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
7 live in Texas
312 live in Utah
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5 live in Virginia
13 live in Washington
2 live in Wyoming
1 lives in Barbados
1 lives in Brazil
1 lives in Chile
1 lives in France
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Skyline High School Class of 1967

50th Anniversary Reunion

Date - August 19, 2017

Location - Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek

                       75 S West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101 US

Time - Social hour with cash bar - 6:00 - 7:00 P.M.

                       Dinner and short program - 7:00 P.M.

Cost - $59 per person - to include a beautiful buffet dinner

Accomodations -  A block of rooms has been reserved for us at the City Creek Marriott Hotel at a reduced rate of $169/night. To reserve one of these rooms, click HERE.

REGISTRATION –  Please click on the "50th Reunion Registration" menu item, on the menu to the left of this page,

OR 

send a check made out to “Skyline Class of 67” to:

Fred Healey

3180 Delmar Dr.

Salt Lake City, UT  84109

Ph:  801-599-5588

Email: fredhealey007@gmail.com

Can’t afford it, you say?  The reunion committee has set up a fund to cover the cost for those who could use a little help.  Your request will be in complete confidence and only one person will be aware, our treasurer, Fred Healey.  Please contact Fred Healey for this option (see contact information above). 

The reunion committee currently consists of:

  • Rob Hanks 
  • Ed Cooper 
  • Fred Healey 
  • David Openshaw
  • Crista Loucks Abbott 
  • Craig Benson 
  • Rick Fairbanks 
  • Tom Pfaff 
  • Mark McDonough
  • Shelly Ence Condie 

PLEASE KEEP YOUR HOME AND EMAIL ADDRESSES UP-TO-DATE ON YOUR PROFILES ON THIS WEBSITE, or send the info to Craig Benson, ojibenson@aol.com.  The information will only be accessible to our classmates who are members of this website. Use of members' information for advertising or financial gain is strictly prohibited. 

If you hear of a former classmate's passing, please let us know so we can post the obituary or any information you may have. Thanks to everyone for your help.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEW!  Check out the Historian's Yearbook on the menu to the left.   This book was created by Jane Ridd Jones, who was Skyline's Historian in 1966-1967, and has a wealth of memorabilia from our high school days.

Memories and Muffins in the Park

For all women of the Skyline Class of ‘67

COME… let’s just gather and visit!

Friday, August 18th

Olympus Stake Ballpark Pavilion

2675 East 4430 South

(west of the church building)

10 am to 12 Noon

 

Cost $5.00 if not attending the dinner/reunion the next night.

(Please send a check to Fred Healey or pay Shelly Ence Condie or Crista Loucks Abbott at the event.)

 

“There is something about being age 17 that will always be inside of us!”

 

Video of 50th Reunion to be Available

Richard Raines will be coming to the reunion to create a professional DVD of the event.  He will be interviewing individuals and small groups (with permission) plus the program.  We have watched the video he produced for the Skyline Class of '65 and I think this will be a nice feature for our class.  The DVD will be available for $29.95 plus $4.00 for shipping after the reunion. During the reunion Richard will be very low-key.  In fact, he won’t even be taking orders at the actual reunion.  He will be sending a personalized letter to each of us within a few days of the reunion with ordering information.  This will be your only opportunity to purchase the DVD.  He will only be sending one letter then he will delete all of our information from his system. 

A couple of weeks before the reunion we will send Richard a list of our classmates with name and physical address only.  We won’t be giving him phone or e-mail addresses.  Doing DVD’s for 50th reunions is the entire business model for Raines Video Productions.  They will not sell or release our information in any form.  If you are at all nervous about having your name and address given to an outside party you may notify Fred Healey (fredhealey007@gmail.com) or any committee member and we will remove your name before sending the list to Richard. 

Scholarship Awarded for 2017

The Skyline Class of '67 has awarded a $500 scholarship to Maren Clark of Skyline High School. She is an outstanding student and has been a leader in the community. Here is what Angela Folsom, the community of caring teacher, had to say of Maren:

Maren Clark

It is an honor to recognize Maren Clark. She has served this year as the Community of Caring Board Director. As such, she has been responsible for overseeing all service activities as well as scheduling and leading monthly board meetings. While other board members are directly responsible for certain activities, Maren was completely responsible for the annual Heroes Assembly. Eight Skyline students were selected as Skyline “Heroes” and honored at an assembly with a recognition and plaque. Maren facilitated getting student recommendations from faculty, met with each candidate and created a short bio that was read at the assembly. She oversaw the design and ordering of each plaque and planned each detail of the assembly.

Maren is graduating with a 3.89 GPA and is planning on attending UVU in the fall for one year and then hoping to go on an LDS mission before completing her education. Maren has shown great leadership skills in steering and encouraging the board in a loving and kind manner. She has willingly helped other board members and supported each of them in their responsibilities. Maren fulfills these responsibilities while holding a part time job in order to earn money for college.

It is a pleasure to recommend Maren Clark to the SHS Class of ’67 for scholarship.