Seeking 2003 classmates...
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The GCHS class of 2003 is holding its 10-year reunion July 13. We want as many class members to be able to attend as possible, but we still haven’t been able to contact a few of them.

We are hoping the community can help us spread the word since we’d rather hear, “Sorry I can’t make it” than “I never heard about it.”

We are still looking for the following people: Crystal Ashley, Keith Atkinson, Rickie Begay, Tyson Carroll, Katherine Crihfield, Danialle Dalton, Josh Day, Chacity Green, Erica Hance, Cody House, Christian Huff, Xan Jones, Tyler Kirk, Paula Lopez, Konani Mason, Jared Merrill, Conrad Mitchell, Dustin Parker, Stephanie Partridge, Mike Sanchez, Christopher Storey, Joshua Taylor, Cody Thompson, Brian Tipton.

If you have any information on how we can contact them, please email classof03gchs@gmail.com Thank You!

—Janece Winder

Cedar City

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