Alumni Sandstorm ~ 05/23/05
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3 Bombers sent stuff and one Retired Teacher funeral notice today: 
Vera Smith ('58), Patti Jones ('60), Brad Upton ('74)
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BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: Ruth Richardson (Bomber Mom)
BOMBER BIRTHDAY Today: Terry Matthews ('60)

BOMBER LUNCH Today: 1940's Ladies & Spouses

BOMBER CALENDAR: Richland Bombers Calendar
    Click the event you want to know more about.
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>>From: Patti Jones Ahrens ('60)
   and  Vera Smith Robbins ('58)
 
Re: ALL BOMBER LUNCHEON Richland
    The luncheons will be on going the second Sunday of each month!
Reservations must be made by emailing Patti waterbird7@msn.com or
Vera Goldi13@aol.com by June 9, 2005. Luncheon dates will appear in
the Sandstorm the week before the luncheon and the week of. The 
place in West Richland was chosen (about a minute from the border of
Richland) because of size, good food and price. If we outgrow this
place we have a back up in Richland that is a little more spendy.
 
WHEN: June 12, 2005
WHERE: JD's, 3790 Van Giesen, West Richland, WA 99353
        (light green building just past the Yakima bridge)
TIME: 1:00 P.M.
PRICE: Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served all day.
       Prices range from $4.50 - $13.95 add drink, tax and tip

    Bomber spouses and friends are welcome!
    We are both looking forward to the monthly luncheon and being 
with all Bombers here in Bomberville. Any suggestions and questions 
are invited!

Bombers Have Fun
-Patti Jones Ahrens ('60) and Vera Smith Robbins ('58)
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>>From: Brad Upton ('74)

Re: Cherries
    I stopped in Mattawa on Friday and bought cherries. The girl
working there told me that they had opened on Wednesday. That
particular orchard always has the first cherries in the state. The
Wahluke slope is the driest, sunniest spot in Washington. The cherries
that I bought were called "Burtlett" which I had never heard of... I
bought 5 pounds... they are outstanding and almost gone.

-Brad Upton ('74) ~ BTW, the hwy 240 route is 16 miles shorter than 
          going thru Yakima...and there's a few spots where you can 
          really air it out! 
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[I used to buy BOXES of Bings and Rainiers after my favorite local 
fruit stand owner told me: "IF you can't eat 'em all, pull the stems 
and freeze 'em (pit 'n all) for a GREAT frozen treat later.   -Maren]
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Funeral Notice today

    My favorite elementary school teacher, "Miss Bowe"

>>Mary Jane Bowe Ehrisman (Grade School Teacher) ~ 1/12/18 - 4/30/04

http://funeralnotices.tripod.com/
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That's it for today. Please send more.
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