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WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK AND RECOGNIZE THE SPONSORS FOR THE 50th REUNION THAT MADE THIS EVENT AND THE LEGACY OF THE CLASS OF '67 POSSIBLE:
Main Event Sponsor ($2,000)
Bill Lindsey - Lindsey Financial Group
Table Sponsor ($1,000
Randy Briggs - Fred Coops & Company, Inc.
Larry Gable - In Memory of Jane Howell
Pete & Sharon (Miller) Sigwardt
Roger Smith - In Memory of Merle and Esther Smith (SBHS Class of 1929)
Video Sponsor ($500)
Anonymous - In Memory of Danielle Newby
Kevin Schubert - In Memory of Andy and Diane Schubert
Tom White - Thomas D. White Real Estate
Auction Sponsor ($250)
Pam Munson (Nelson) - In Loving Memory of Russ & Martha Nelson
Patricia Nelson - In Honor of SBHS Faculty Class of '67
Michael Smallwood - In Memory of Chris Smallwood
George Zaharopoulos - In Memory of those Classmates No Longer With Us
San Bernardino has had more than its share of bad news. A civic bankruptcy. A terrorist attack. A murder-suicide in front of a class of elementary school students.
But there is a spirit that sustains the city and its people, and it goes back decades.
Fifty years ago, San Bernardino High School graduated one of the largest classes in the state. The 1967 grads knew they were lucky to be in that class, one of the most diverse in the nation. They knew that they had been prepared by their teachers and classmates to deal with adversity as well as success. They embodied what it means to be SAN BERNARDINO STRONG.
Now that class is about gather for its 50th reunion, and it needs some help to accomplish twin goals.
It wants as many of that huge class to gather in San Bernardino at a time when the city needs a reminder that its sons and daughters have not lost faith. It is a class with some financially successful members, but also one with many who face money issues that can keep them from attending.
We also know that all members would like to donate something, even if it is a few dollars, to a scholarship that the class of ’67 created at SBHS.
This is our hope: 1) that we can find the corporate and individual sponsors to underwrite the cost of the reunion so as many class members as possible can attend. And that by doing so, 2) we can use all of the money raised from class members (attending or not) to fund the scholarship.
We have already been successful in finding Sponsors for a major part of the Reunion expenses. But we request your consideration of becoming an additional Sponsor at one of the levels shown below to help us cover our total expenses.
We would recognize our sponsors on our website and at the event, and through social media and whatever mainstream media we can attract. It is a great story of sustaining a spirit that the city needs, and that frankly, we all need.
WILL YOU HELP US? Together, we can make a statement and make a difference at an important moment.