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SGM Big Bear High School Education Foundation Alumni Newsletter
June 5, 2006


Foundation Banquet

Our annual Steven G. Mihaylo big Bear High School Education Foundation Banquet will be held on Sunday June 11 at Northwoods. We will be giving out over $34,000 in scholarships this year. The dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling Shellie Black at 909-866-4631. This is the highlight of the year for our Foundation. Hope you can attend.



Note from Dicken Everson on the Class of 68 to 75 Reunion. This reunion will join us on Saturday evening September 16 at the All Years Class Reunion in the Middle School gym for the dedication of the naming of the "Bob Perkins Gym".

Here is Dicken's note:
Hi Al,

Just wanted to give you a quick update. The we've been continuing to send out cards and e-mails to alumni. I've been concentrating my efforts on contacting the classes between 1968 and 1975, but we're telling everyone who asks that all alumni are invited. I recently met with Vicki Harrison (Class of '68), and she's jumped in to help. People are generally responding well; interest is high. We're getting closer to the big event, so it's time to press everyone we can find to contact THEIR old friends and help spread the word.

I should also stress the need to book reservations as soon as possible for those who will be lodging in our local hotels. I'm finding that the better places are already filling up. The Class of '86 is celebrating their 20th, and they've already pretty much booked up the Northwoods Resort.

On a private note, it has been an unhappy month for the Eversons, and I had to focus on family matters. I lost quite a bit of time for working on Homecoming matters, and had to cancel a committee meeting, which set us back a bit. My niece Helen, my sister Trisha's daughter, was killed in a motorcycle accident April 30th. She was just 17.

I hope all is well with you and yours. I'm looking forward now to more festive endeavors.

Dicken



UPDATE ON THE SPRING SPORTS:

Girls Varsity Softball:
The girls softball team lost their CIF playoff game to RIM and now look forward to the alumni game on June 3, at the High School. It was an emotional ending for the girls as it was Mike and Delores Cliftons last softball game as coaches. They will be retiring at the end of the school year in June.

Boys Varsity Baseball:
After a come from behind home victory last week the Boys Baseball team lost in the second round of CIF play off. Great season for the Bears.

On May 26, Chad Hall won the C.I.F. 1600 meters at Cerritos College. It was an exciting race with Chad seeded fourth in the race. Michael Coe of Cabrillo Lompoc started out fast with Chad on his heels. Chad ran the final lap in 58 seconds and won with a time of 4:10 but Chad felt he could have ran faster. What a remarkable young man and his coach Mickey Hall was really a proud father. Now on the state track meet.

If you want to read more about the High Schools sports link to the Big Bear Grizzly, and you can read the excellent coverage the high school sports receive every week in our local paper.



During the spring the After School Program sponsored by the SGM/BBHS Educational Foundation presents their various string instrument concerts. Wednesday evening I attended the guitar concert taught by Tara Chapman. We had about 22 students perform before about 50 parents and grand parents. Shellie Black did a great job of organizing the event. Thanks to Debra Sarkisian for her many hours of volunteering to organize and put on these after school programs. Thank you Debra.



The golf course in Big Bear is in great shape this spring with some additional renovations to some of the fairways and greens. IT'S SUMMER IN BIG BEAR!!!! What a place to live!!!!

LAKE LEVEL: The lake level is just 4 inches from the top and holding. The lake looks beautiful.
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