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Mike Hinshaw posted a message.
May
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May 12, 2024 at 10:21 AM

Debbie, Happy Birthday!

May
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May 11, 2024 at 1:33 AM
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Apr 25, 2024 at 1:33 AM
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Mar 26, 2024 at 9:15 AM

Thinking of you Abby, my almost sister??

Jane Terry Chic has left an In Memory comment for Gayle Wilcox Cali.
Mar
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Mar 05, 2024 at 8:28 AM

I, also, am one of those who started in kindergarten and went all the way through high school. Gayle was always a special part of that group. But my most significant memory of her was talking with her at the 40th(?) reunion. She was so warm and gracious and full of life. We spoke for a long time and I remember thinking I would love to keep up with her. Very sad to hear of her death.

Mark Simone has left an In Memory comment for Michael Greer.
Feb
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Feb 26, 2024 at 10:31 PM

During our sophmore year at Amador I rode my Garelli 125 cc motorcycle to school from Dublin and Mike would let me park it at his house. I remember Mike taking his dads honda 305 cc scrambler down Burnell Ave.heading out of town towards the fair grounds at over 80 miles per hour and going over the railroad tracks ( which at that time were elevated ) and he flew thru the air like evil kinevel . I also remember him taking his Dads new buick reviera down foothill road at high speed and losing control an the curve just before Highland Oaks and flying thru the fence and landing in someones back yard. I believe Joann Rutherford was with him and she broke her arm. Exciting times at Amador High School. Just a few of Memories

Very sorry to hear about Mikes Passing

Mark Simone

Joel Karren has left an In Memory comment for Michael Greer.
Feb
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Feb 25, 2024 at 6:33 AM

Thank you Michael for being a small part of my experience, though small, yet important. I hope you passed on the best parts of yourself to your posterity. You live on through them. Congratulations on a job well done. I write this as if you can see, read, hear, or otherwise experience this message, though I have no substantial evidence or reason to believe that is the case. We do these kinds of things mostly for ourselves, a way to process and contemplate our own mortality. Hopefully, a life well-lived. For the rest of us, here is food for thought from the King philosopher, Marcus Aurelius, circa 150 AD, Athens. See his book, "Meditations" Book Nine, entry #3 on death. And to the rest, thanks for the experiences I fondly recall of our interactions. They are a part of me. I value that.

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Mike Eberstein has left an In Memory comment for Michael Greer.
Feb
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Feb 24, 2024 at 11:26 AM

 

Mike was my next door neighbor. Yes we were both in Mrs Jones kindergarten class at Alisal. We were best buddies growing up on school street in Pleasanton. I stopped by a while back to say hi to his mom and Dad when he was still alive; later again when it was just his mom also. You never forget your buds. It's hard for us as we grow older but memories are never forgotten. Mike and I went to the First Presbyterian church with Jim Annis, Roger Nerton, Debbie Bush, and many others. There was a teacher named Mrs. Yount who shared the Lord with us; so I know where Mike is. Thank you all for remembering Mike! He was a good friend!!!!

 

Mark Simone posted a message.
Feb
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Feb 21, 2024 at 11:35 AM

Happy Birthday Pete, Hope all is well with you and your family

Jan
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Jan 27, 2024 at 9:09 AM

I did not know Gayle well during  during High School. I really got to know her years later through the scholarship set up through Amador Valley Scholarships, The George Jacobson-Brent Wilcox Memorial Scholarship.  We would connect twice a year to pick and award the scholarship. I was heartbroken to hear of her passing. Gayle was a sweet, caring woman. She would always greet me, "how ya doing Kid?" I will miss her??

Nov
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Nov 23, 2023 at 10:49 AM

Posted on: Nov 22, 2023 at 6:25 PM

To Philip Aubin' Family ... Sorry for your lose. Farewell Aubin! Tony Abreu (Mario).

Amador Valley High School Class Of 1970
A new announcement has been added to the homepage:
Sep
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Sep 23, 2023 at 9:34 AM

100 Centennial -

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AMADOR HIGH SCHOOL 100 YEARS

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION & REUNION FOR ALL 

1923 - 2023 - 100 YEAR CELEBRATION

This sucessful event took place September 14, 2023 through September 16, 2023.

Many alumni were able to reconnect with their classmates.  

Opening Reception 09/14/2023 - 7:00PM - Museum on Main

Campus Tours 09/15/2023 - 10:00AM - Amador High School

Homecoming Parade 09/15/2023 - 2:30PM - Main Street

Annual Amador Pigskin 09/15/2023 - Amador High School

Amador Pancake Breakfast 09/16/2023 - Amador High School

You can see photos on FaceBook at

Amador Valley High School "Golden Don" Alumni Marching Band

Amador Centennial Celebration "Don of a New Era"

Museum on Main Street

https://www.independentnews.com/news/education_news/amador-valley-high-school-alumni-celebrate-schools-centennial/collection_e3ccfcb6-59ac-11ee-92b9-8fe52a9270b2.html

Also click on the link below to watch the interviews of past alumni.

The oldest graduate is Mavis Fiorio Williams, Class of 1944 and the mother 

of our own Janis Williams.

https://youtu.be/fW03u-rHvhQ

Please post any photos you may have.

 

Golden Don - Alumni Marching Band - Frank Jensen + The Team 

 

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Amador Valley High School Class Of 1970
A new announcement has been added to the homepage:
Sep 23, 2023 at 9:34 AM

100 Centennial -

More…20px;">2023 EVENT

AMADOR HIGH SCHOOL 100 YEARS

CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION & REUNION FOR ALL 

1923 - 2023 - 100 YEAR CELEBRATION

This sucessful event took place September 14, 2023 through September 16, 2023.

Many alumni were able to reconnect with their classmates.  

Opening Reception 09/14/2023 - 7:00PM - Museum on Main

Campus Tours 09/15/2023 - 10:00AM - Amador High School

Homecoming Parade 09/15/2023 - 2:30PM - Main Street

Annual Amador Pigskin 09/15/2023 - Amador High School

Amador Pancake Breakfast 09/16/2023 - Amador High School

You can see photos on FaceBook at

Amador Valley High School "Golden Don" Alumni Marching Band

Amador Centennial Celebration "Don of a New Era"

Museum on Main Street

https://www.independentnews.com/news/education_news/amador-valley-high-school-alumni-celebrate-schools-centennial/collection_e3ccfcb6-59ac-11ee-92b9-8fe52a9270b2.html

Also click on the link below to watch the interviews of past alumni.

The oldest graduate is Mavis Fiorio Williams, Class of 1944 and the mother 

of our own Janis Williams.

Please post any photos you may have.

 

Golden Don - Alumni Marching Band - Frank Jensen + The Team 

 

View Announcement