Encina High School Alumni
Hello, fellow Apaches! We still have some memory books from the recent 45-year class reunion. They turned out great, and if you would like one, they are $25.00 each. Just send a check to Jeff Stoddart, 3938 Pounds Avenue, Sacramento, CA, 95821.Remember to check the reunion website for any updates as we start our planning for 2018!
Keep in touch - we will see you then!
Megan (Glasscock) Smith
45 Year Reunion
Facebook: Encina High Class of 68
I am letting you know that a memory book will be available to order at the reunion. The cost is still only $25.00 so either bring a check or cash to pay Swentowski Photography. Not coming this year? Anyone not attending the reunion can order one from your reunion committee. Make check payable to ENCINA HIGH CLASS OF 1968 and send to the address on our website (http://encina1968reunion.com). Only a limited number of extra copies will be ordered so we may run out.
Your reunion committee
RSVPs (as of 10/4/13):
Hey, Class of 1968! Did you realize it's been 35 years
already? Hard to believe, but true. So to
celebrate, we are planning the best reunion ever!
We've got a great site, already have entertainment lined up, we will have great food and an evening full of fun.
Reunion invitation (PDF)
To all of you from the Class of 68 - We would love to hear what you have been doing since high school. Please submit your bio information by clicking on "Submit bio for class homepage" at the bottom of this page.
Your class does not have a webmaster at the present time.
|Encina Cafe (Ken Price 68)|
|1968 Encinian yearbook|
In the meantime, if you would like to submit your bio or say anything to your classmates the Encina webmaster will publish it for you on this interim homepage. For a sample see the Class of 1973 bios.
|1968: The Year in Review|
| News Headlines:
North Korea seizes US Navy ship Pueblo, holding 83 on board as spies.
North Vietnamese launch Tet offensive.
President Johnson announces he will not seek re-election.
US soldiers massacre 347 civilians at My Lai.
Martin Luther King assassinated in Memphis by James Earl Ray.
Robert F. Kennedy assassinated in Los Angeles by Sirhan Sirhan.
President Johnson orders halt to US bombardment of North Vietnam.
Paris peace talks begin.
Academy Awards, Best Picture - "Oliver!"
Grammy Record of the Year - "Mrs. Robinson" by Simon & Garfunkel
Rock musical "Hair" opens on Broadway.
"60 Minutes" premiers.
Super Bowl - Green Bay Packers d. Oakland Raiders (33-14)
World Series - Detroit Tigers d. St. Louis Cardinals (4-3)
NBA Championship - Boston Celtics d. LA Lakers (4-2)
Winter Olympics in Grenoble - 1 US gold medal; Peggy Fleming in women's
Summer Olympics in Mexico City - outstanding US performances by Bob Beamon,
Debbie Meyer, Dick Fosbury, & Myomia Tyus. The games were marred by Black
power salute during US national anthem.
Last updated: 03/16/2014
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