A long time ago, high school-ers were forcibly bussed from a small, idyllic area to an
old facility in a neighboring city. The result of desegregation? No! The lack of a high school to call their own. The areas known as Orinda,
Moraga, Canyon and Rheem had no high school. But the 50's were a time of building and the first graduating class,
1959, set the standards both in track and field and in academics. By 1970 those standards were completely in the dustbin, but the area did have two high schools, Miramonte and Campolindo, one good drive-in, one bowling alley,
two movie theaters and the memory of a reasonable drag strip. If you were a member of the happy-go-lucky group that experienced these changes - then this event is right
The Database is available to facilitate
the different classes with reunion activities and to help people locate friends.
Add your e-Mail address to the All Orinda Reunion database and help keep it
Register* does not mean "volunteer" or "donate" - it means give us your e-mail address and we will add it
to the database so that you can receive e-mail updates and old friends can e-mail you. So, Register, even if you didn't have any friends then,
which means that you couldn't possibly have any old friends now. You may be surprised.
If you don't want to Register* your e-Mail address but want to be kept informed of all the news regarding the "All Orinda Reunion"
activities click here.
Do you have a
funny or original story about growing up in Orinda? Something that
has always brought a knowing adult smile to your face. Well, write it up and send it in.
Remember: Memories aren't just information, they are ammunition.
Here is the
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