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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Well kids, here's the deal.

Between work becoming crazy and some family stuff that is going on right now, I can not post as often as I would like. I have invited three authors and would be willing to invite more so this page can become what I hope it can be. Currently, it appears that the format may be changed in the near future. That is by your votes, so if you want it to stay the same, you need to vote for it. Sorry for the lame update, but I just wanted to give you the heads-up.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

A Snapshot.......

Here's the quick info on our class so far as people have responded. Also, please don't be offended if I don't mention your spouse's occupation, this info is from what I could glean for alumni only.

Total number of kids of 2000 alumni ( assuming that Natasha, Nancy and Katrina have delivered their new babies) 57

Places where class members currently live: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, El Salvador, Florida, Idaho, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Texas, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C., Wisconsin, Wyoming.

Fields of study or work: accounting, architecture, building, computers, dental, engineering, government job, health care, insurance, interior design, lawyer, management, movies, optometry, physical training, sales, stay at home parent, teaching, therapy.

If I missed you, my apologies. E-mail me and I'll correct the post.

Friday, June 6, 2008


So this blog is new and a bit of a novelty. I'd like to keep it interesting for everybody. After the initial set-up I probably won't be posting everyday. I'd like to post things that pertain to Rexburg, the schools, alumni, all that kind of stuff. Shoot me some ideas for what you'd be interested in reading about. I was contemplating contacting teachers or administrators and doing one interview a week. I also thought we could highlight our more well-known bobcats. I'm not entirely sure what to write on, so send your feedback. Also, I echo my invite from yesterday, if you have any interest in being an author on this page, just let me know.

Out with the old and in with the new!!!

It was a close call, but yesterday and last night the residents of Madison county voted to approve 19 million dollars of funding for Madison School District building projects. The vote required a 2/3 or 66% majority to pass, it received 68%.

For those of you who haven't heard the plans I'll give you a short run down. The current high school will be updated and will become the jr. high. A massive new facility will be built for the high school. It will be two stories in some places and will include a huge performing arts center as well as a seperate building for the vo-tech programs. New elementary schools are also being built in Lyman and Burton.

The plan for the current jr. high is to sell it for around 5 Million bucks. So, if any of you have gotten filthy rich in the past eight years and can think of what to do with a crappy old building with asbestos and sewer problems, bring your money home.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Linking up.

Send your web addresses, your blog addresses or even just cool websites. As long as they are appropriate I will include them on the blog.

Calling anyone who cares!

So life has flown by just a little quickly! We're all older, wiser and fatter (wait a minute, that's just me.) Some of us are happily married, while others remain happily single. Some of us might be rich, most of us are probably not.

What ever your situation, write in. This could be a good opportunity to catch up with everybody. This should be open format so anyone can comment, and if your so inclined send me an email and I'll add you as an author if you promise to be good.

P.S. Don't tell the school that I stole the picture from their site.