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Garth Hampson
Posted on the 2021-02-15 at 19:00
Hello once more all you Moose Javians - greetings from a very snowy national capitol as we recover from our celebraton from Valentine's Day.  Seems that I will be the first one of what we hope will be many to write a greeting in this new year of 2021.  Let's hope the government finds additional vaccines so that we can get over this Covid quicker and get on with life. Since last in touch we have said goodbye to so many good friends - Eleanor and Dennis McCarthy amongst them.  I would see Dennis at his home located just east of our cottage on Pigeon Lake, south of Edmonton whenever we would go out for visits. My brother John and his wife Joanne (Fryklund) have moved from Alder Flats to Spruce Grove where they will be nearer family.  "Deak" will be 90 next June.  Had hoped to be singing for the inauguration  of the Pillar Project at the RCMP Heritage center in Regina but the Covid cancelled all that out.  I was also supposed to sing at the Roughrider game while there.  Just hope I can still get back home to see the old sites which I miss terribly. Am in touch with Jim Horsman in Med. Hat and he still sees some of the CCI gang.  The years go on folks but the spirit and cameraderie we shared at CCI continues on and on and is actually the glue that binds us all together.  Hope to hear from some of you and what you are doing to make this old and tired world a better place. At the end of April, this year, Eleanor and I will celebrate our Diamond wedding anniversary.  Both our children are retired and now it is the turn of our five grandchildren to do their thing.  What makes me very happy is that there is music in each one of their lives. Garth Hampson   
Gaylia Hinther Fallon
Posted on the 2020-12-20 at 19:00
Hello classes of 1973.   Here under lockdown in England.  Just scrolled through our yearbook.   Brought back to mind so many people.  Hope that most of you are well.  What different paths we all must have travelled.  Missing home.   Snow too.  
Gary smith
Posted on the 2020-04-01 at 20:00
Hello past graduates. Never thought we would ever be going through something like this. Stay well
duncan cameron
Posted on the 2019-12-22 at 19:00
hello All
i am looking to connect with Darlen Delores Diewold, she attentted our wedding 1965 and we are planning a 55th reunion
not sure where she is now
Michelle Carline (Gallagher)
Posted on the 2018-04-22 at 20:00
Class of 1987.  We are looking to get togther on the July long weekend of 2019.  Trying to determine how much interest there is at this time. If you are on facebook and not friends with me yet, I would love to add you please let me know.  If you prefer email to be in touch, please send a message to my email as listed here. Hope to hear from you all. Michelle Carline
Barb Wigmore Latham
Posted on the 2018-04-09 at 20:00
Class of 1961 is  hoping to add to the pot for this latest CCI upgrade.  We turn 75 this year, so here's hoping everyone celebrates with a $75.00 or $175.00 donation.  Three classmates turn 74 this year---lest we forget. 

If you are in Class of '61 but have changed your email or your phone or your mailing address, I hope you will be in touch so our records can be updated.

Happy 2018 to everyone.
Barb in Victoria BC

Judi Damant Park
Posted on the 2016-03-28 at 20:00
Wondering if there are plans for CCI's 150?
Garth Hampson
Posted on the 2016-02-12 at 19:00
Yes, a haopy new year (2016) to you all.  Just heard from former Centralites Eleanor (McCarthy) Conradson, Gerry (Kat) Segall and Monte Wright who left CCI in grade 9 to move to London, Ont.  He is now a world class artist with showings in major cities on several continents.  I've been following up on stories of WW1 in which my father, Sid Hampson fought.  Did you know that Moose Jaw was granted a true hero on April 9th, 1917, when one of our young men was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for his valour on the day of Canada's great victory at Vimy.  How come we never ever heard the name Private William Johnstone Milne when we were growing up and going to school in Moose Jaw.  I invite you to Google him and read his exploits. 1917 marks the Centennial of this amazing local hero and gives us the opportunity to remember all those who fell in war for our country.
Gerry Wetaski
Posted on the 2015-12-31 at 19:00
Happy New Year to all!  Gerry &  Joan Wetaski
Mary Anne (Murrell) Kuebler
Posted on the 2015-12-31 at 19:00
Happy New Year everyone. I didn't know this site existed. I will check in periodically.
Hope the class of 71 is still going strong. This is our 45th anniversary in 2016....time does fly by.
Wally Williams
Posted on the 2013-11-13 at 19:00
Graduated in 1972.  I attended the 100th anniversary, which proved to be quite a milestone to experience.  Well done to the Committee for setting up such a fantastic event.  I have one morning milestone coming up on 16 May 2014 which is my retirement from the Canadian Forces (Air Force) after 42 years as a Military Policeman.  Been around the world (acutally Egypt twice, Bosnia twice and The Sudan once).   It has been good and I just read my year book comment which says I planned to join the Air Force so I guess I qualify for succeeding in achieving one of my goals.
jim pinches
Posted on the 2013-05-20 at 20:00
Hello there. Some one sent me a photo ---- and I am guessing at who is in the photo with me. I'm thinking the tireless web master sent it??!!??
As a result of the photo coming to me ---- I checked into the web site again.
Glad to see my favourite font is now available and we can choose the font size if we become verbose.
Went though the photos on the main log in screen and recalled a few faces but most of them were way older than me. I'm wondering why no one in my class was taking pictures??? Oh yeah, now I remember --- we were all rocken it hard on the dance floor like it was 1999. 
Don are you in the photo? Where and when was that taken?
Did Kerry Mullen sell her house and move to the lake?
Do you know he way to San Jose?
Good night and good luck.
rex dayton
Posted on the 2013-04-04 at 20:00
Hi all.
Brent (Benny) Dayton
Posted on the 2013-03-31 at 20:00
Class of '72  - how are you guys doing??  40 years goes by in a blink doesn't it .... be happy to hear from you, wherever you may be!
Michelle Iserhoff
Posted on the 2013-01-15 at 19:00
karen chambers
Posted on the 2013-01-12 at 19:00
learning about family history ...
Brett Keens
Posted on the 2012-10-07 at 20:00
Hi All,

Just a quick hello to everyone. Maybe its a good idea to send out a blanket email regarding this feature so that others that frequent the site may catch up at least indirectly with old Classmates?

Beverley (Jones) Bartlett
Posted on the 2011-10-19 at 20:00
Great to read messages from old friends and classmates.  Regret missing the reunion but, with husband David so ill, was not able to be there.  He died on Nov.12 of last year and is sorely missed.  Still, life goes on and I\'m adjusting to this "new normal"  Would enjoy hearing from old classmates (1954)
Garth Hampson
Posted on the 2011-10-17 at 20:00
How come more people don\'t write little stories for the folks to see.  I just had to write and tell you that I am still alive, still singing up a storm at Rideau Hall where I have been the anthem soloist since the days of Gov. Gen. Vanier - long time, eh!  Anyway, I want to share a great story from this past summer when I journeyed back to my old RCMP Detachment that I closed 50 years ago in Feb.  Reliance is located on the extreme east end of Great Slave Lake.  No one really lives there but the old log buildings are still intact.  My son and I stayed there for a week and got to see even more of that very special place than  I did when I was stationed there. One nice thing was that I  didn\'t have the care of 42 sled dogs to take up my daily routine.  We did get to travel by boat to some great  historical places nearby - Old Fort Reliance is a two hour boat trip  and the ruins of George Back\'s cabins of 1833 are all that remain there.  Not far away is Pike\'s Portage, where the early explorers carried their canoes overland to reach the Barrens.  We were amazed to find that the native people from Lutselk\'e were having their Sacred Gathering while we were there and we spent almost every day renewing acquaintances with many I had worked with at Snowdrift, a tiny satellite community, 120 kms. from Reliance and where I would travel to and from by dog team in winter.
We also got to meet up with many of our friends from Yellowknife days.  We were saddened to learn, shortly after we returned to Ottawa, that one of our pilots with Air Tindi, was killed in a plane crash near Lutselk\'e in late Sept.   Mathew Bromley\'s family are among my closest friends. 
Should also tell you that I got to sing for the Royals (Kate and Will) on Canada Day and the following day my entire family got to meet them at Rideau Hall.  They made an enormous impact on everyone they met on this Canadian Tour.

I know this has zip all to do with Central Collegiate or Moose Jaw but I kinda think Miss IIrwin would be pleased with my French in the Royal and Canadian anthems that I sing almost daily.  Maybe all those strikes with the triangular ruler paid off.
Cheers everyone - be well!
Garth Hampson 
Maria Flower
Posted on the 2011-04-09 at 20:00
Hello Jim Pinches

Thank you for your donation. Giving me your banking information was a blessing. I hope you didn\'t need that account. The children you have saved will call you a saint. I used a little of the money for myself and I bought a solid fabric blocked garment with jacquard ottoman body and pique insert raglan panels employing the finest 100% 4.7 oz/yd2/160 gsm polyester with moisture wicking and antimicrobial functions.

All the best.

Maria Flower
jim pinches
Posted on the 2011-04-09 at 20:00
Thank you Maria.
I know many of my teachers thought I was a saint. It is good to know you have excellent taste in textiles and fashion.

jim pinches
Posted on the 2011-04-06 at 20:00
Kudo\'s to Don for banishing Maria Flower to the nadir regions of cyber space and freeing up the CCI site for all the alumni to enjoy.
Arthur F. Mckechnie
Posted on the 2011-02-25 at 19:00

A big thanks to everyone who made the reuion possible. Although I left Central after grade 11 in /56, that same group of people made me feel I had graduated with them in /57.Thank you all, hope to see everyone again!

Debbie Cowan
Posted on the 2011-02-17 at 19:00
Hello Everyone,
Please check out the
Alumni News [click] and the Endowment News [click]. Some great articles there about the Wall of Excellence.
As a committee we are thrilled that the reunion has brought about this remarkable endowment to CCI.
Hope you are all keeping in touch with your friends.

Debbie Cowan

CCI 100
Bill Chapman
Posted on the 2011-02-16 at 19:00
Retired for 12 years in Ontario. Have a Swedish wife that I love dearly, two kids, four grandkids, and a wonderful black Lab that is dynamite on pheasants; and I love them all. Made it to RMC but the military career was very short. Ended up in social service administration. It’s been a good life! I remember Dennis L, John L, and Joan L.
Posted on the 2011-01-14 at 19:00
I have been looking at the pictures and stories from the reunion. What a great time. Stay in touch.
David Whittingstall
Posted on the 2010-12-27 at 19:00
Don the web guy
Posted on the 2010-12-20 at 19:00
Season\'s Greetings to you all.

May the New Year bring you all the best.

Drive carefully, drive sober.



Jody Gilmour (MacDonald) Cronquist
Posted on the 2010-10-16 at 20:00
I have finally had time to look at the web page again since the reunion. I have to say it was more that a reunion for me, it was bringing back all the memories  and stories of Barry(1973) that I would never have had the chance to hear if it wasn\'t for the CCI reunion. It was so great to see all the old gang(s) from the staff, the 1973 class - 1983 class. My memory brick for Barry will stay with me forever. Take care all!
jim pinches
Posted on the 2010-09-26 at 20:00
Back to the grind of teaching.
I\'m wowing the Sask. students with my Riders Green Tim Hortons card, picked up at the reunion. My Riders Loonie
I just picked up at the bank. And of course my solid fabric blocked garment with jacquard ottoman body and pique insert raglan panels employing the finest 100% 4.7 oz/yd2/160 gsm polyester with moisture wicking and antimicrobial functions
emblazoned with CCI on the sleeve. One of my students is from the Jaw.
Garth Hampson
Posted on the 2010-08-28 at 20:00
It has been a little more than a month since that wonderful "homecoming" for CCI in Moose Jaw.  Sharing memories and fun stories of our youthful days was very special.  I want to personally thank everyone who came and visited at the Coffee House on the 8th and 9th.  They were better received than I had ever hoped and it was so encouraging to see so many familiar faces.  I suppose their success was shown with the presence of 19  Wickens family members to hear the familiar strains of the Minuet by Boccharini.  The whole reunion could have gone for a week - there just wasn\'t enough time to see everyone.  My gratitude to Don and all the gang for a sterling job of organizing the whole thing.  When I tell people here in Ottawa how many showed up for the reunion their jaws drop.  Only in Moose Jaw, you say!
Garth Hampson, Ottawa.
Keith Miles
Posted on the 2010-08-08 at 20:00
I had planned to be there, but things got messed up, so if anyone  has any pics they could e-mail me, that would be super.    - Class of 1967
Gerry/Joan Wetaski
Posted on the 2010-08-06 at 20:00

Hello to the Class of 56.  Hope to hear from some of you.  Pam, great spending time with you. How much fun can a person handle, well, an endless amount as we all have proven.  Love and hugs.  Gerry and Joan Wetaski
I also want to send greetings from my brother Stan Harkness, Class of \'51/52.  He enjoyed hearing about the event and wanted more news from classmates, but I wasn\'t able to find many.  If you remember Stan, send  a message and I will deliver it to him.  Thanks

Joan Thompson
Posted on the 2010-08-03 at 20:00

Rob Boadway, I hve the pic I took of you and your family. Send your e-mail and I will get them to you. They turned out great. Sorry for the delay.

Connie, class of 68
Posted on the 2010-07-29 at 20:00
Brian Closs has just sent a great link to his many many photos that he took during the reunion.  I\'m sure he\'s willing to share them with you if you email him.  Thanks Brian.
Don the web guy
Posted on the 2010-07-29 at 20:00
I also have Brian\'s link and Brian has kindly given me permission to upload a few of his photos to the website. I\'ll get on that...  ;-)
Carol Ivany Luterbach
Posted on the 2010-07-28 at 20:00
Thanks to all the organizers of the CCI100 reunion. It was a fantastic event and wonderful to see so many old friends and classmates.  Job well done to you all.
Scott McKinnon
Posted on the 2010-07-27 at 20:00
Cudos to the reunion team, I have never been to a function that has been so well organized. It was great to see everyone. All the best to everyone.
Barb Latham
Posted on the 2010-07-27 at 20:00
Still talking about the reunion and I don\'t see it stopping anytime soon. Many thanks to the folks who made this a priority!  I hope  they had time at the Reunion to visit some friends.  If anyone is doing a Ph.D. on the values and culture of CCI throughout 100 years, this website would be a fabulous data bank.....
Todd Greiner
Posted on the 2010-07-26 at 20:00
It was great to get back and see so many old friends and catch up.  My children loved going through the school and hearing stories along the way.  Great to be back. 
Michael \Mike\ Brown
Posted on the 2010-07-26 at 20:00
What a great time. So many people, So little time.I really enjoyed seeing everyone again.
To Debbie and the committee THANK YOU for a GREAT JOB.
We owe you more than words can describe.
Denise (Fulmore) Kitlar
Posted on the 2010-07-26 at 20:00
I wasn\'t able to be at the Reunion, but have enjoyed looking at the  photo albums. Please keep posting. Looks like you all had a blast.
Pat (Spriggs) Sowiak and Slaw
Posted on the 2010-07-26 at 20:00
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to all the organizing com. for what must have been thousands of hours of dedicated vol. work.  The results must have far exceeded your expectations and I can\'t believe there was a person there that is not so grateful and had the time of their life.   We also appreciated the work for the class parties of \'55 and \'59 as they were a very special part of the entire event.  There were too many touching moments to list but I will remember them always.  Would love to do it all again.   Pat and Slaw
Judi Damant Park
Posted on the 2010-07-26 at 20:00
Hi ho all,
I need to add my THANKS to everyone who pulled together to make this event such a wonderful experience. A friend of mine who helped to organize a conference with me said as it began...remember from now on there are no problems...only solutions! That was the way your team worked together during the reunion.

I just wish that I could have taken each one of you an sat for 5 minutes to connect one on one. Hopefully with the web site up and running we will be able to do that... Take care everyone. And thanks again!!!!!

Judi Damant (67)
Jean Broostad
Posted on the 2010-07-26 at 20:00
many thanks for all the hours of preparation that the Reunion commitee put in for our benefit.  My sisters Arlene and Blanche certainly missed a big one! Will be sharing mu photos with my Dad in Calgary towards the end of Oct  Even at 100 yrs he well remembers    Thanks for the memories!
Harley Brown
Posted on the 2010-07-25 at 20:00
 One of the greatest times of my life. And all made possible by a few very dedicated individuals. It was a big event and worth the time and effort. Seeing friends and colleagues was amazing, proving once again that growing up in Moose Jaw was and is a magic charm. Thank you all.  Harley 
Joanne Aldag (Hall)
Posted on the 2010-07-25 at 20:00
Shed a few tears today while looking at the pictures and seeing what a fabulous time I missed, but my Dad and his health is priority right now.  Looks like the committee did an amazing job.  I hope I will have a chance to connect with old friends sometime in the future. Keep the pictures coming everyone!!
Elizabeth (Beth) and Whitey Dropko
Posted on the 2010-07-25 at 20:00
We can\'t say enough about the wonderful time we had during the reunion.  The "mix and mingle" at Lois Boyle\'s was particularly enjoyable and we would like to thank Lois for being such a friendly and gracious host.  It was great to meet all the old folks (1910-1949)!  All the events were so well organized, the food good, and the company exceptional.  Our thanks to all those who made the reunion such an unforgetable occasion. 

Beth  - Class of \'48
Lesley Smith ( Ingleby)
Posted on the 2010-07-24 at 20:00
Thanks to all involved with organizing the reunion, i had a wonderful time and enjoyed reconnecting with classmates from the class of "63.The Mix and Mingles were perfect, (thanks Donna Kerr) the "LIT" was great entertainment and Saturday evening was so special.Lesley
Carole (Brown) Bawlf
Posted on the 2010-07-24 at 20:00
Had a lovely time re-connecting with all those people I hadn\'t seen in 40 years!  Thanks to the organizers..... now you can rest on your laurels.

I will be probably be too darn old for the 125th so we should do our own class 50th - in 2013!!!
Actually, there used to be a MOOSE JAW night every couple of years out here in VICTORIA . . . . 


Carole (Brown) Bawlf
Marlene Montgomery Muir-Chase
Posted on the 2010-07-24 at 20:00
Hello Everyone,
Even tho\' I was unable to attend the Reunion, I visited with so many former classmates from Central and King George.  It truly was a special weekend for me too.  What a wonderful website, thanks for the opportunity to contribute my words, and to keep up with everyone. My Grad years were 1955/56.
My website is:  It has many nice links to Moose Jaw.
All The Best To Everyone
Don the web guy
Posted on the 2010-07-23 at 20:00
I realize that everyone on the CCI 100 Committee worked very hard to make this Reunion happen. One person on that Committee who hasn\'t had their name mentioned (and if I know him he\'s probably happy with that) but definitely deserves special recognition is Rick Swenson. Rick was our facilities guy. It was no small feat to dot the i\'s and cross the t\'s for everything that happened at the Ex and then he ensured that everything was as it should be during the Reunion. Thank you, Rick... well done.
Bill Muirhead
Posted on the 2010-07-21 at 20:00
Wow!!  What an amazing time.  I enjoyed every second of all the events I attended, which was almost everything.  It was almost like being in a time warp heading back to the good \'ol days back at CCI from \'66 to \'70.  We were so lucky to have such a great school which offered so many opportunities for all who chose to participate in the numerous activities. The reunion team "brought CCI  back to life" for us. I especially liked the mix and mingle party,  reliving memories with classmates, while sneeking a peek at some nametags of those who I didn\'t quite recognize. I can\'t thank all of the reunion team enough.  Awesome job!!!
Terry ( Dokken ) Jago
Posted on the 2010-07-21 at 20:00
I am repeating - but good news always bears repeating.

Great organization, timed perfectly, smooth running and lots of small details attended to  - A huge event without a hitch,
Great memories, and fun to reconnect. 
But a reunion is only good if classmates show up and how we did !! 
Thanks committee - you did a wonderful job.
Wendy Kelly (Fordham)
Posted on the 2010-07-20 at 20:00
The CCI 100 Reunion was nothing short of spectacular in every way and the organizing committee and all volunteers deserve our highest praise and gratitude!  It was an exciting event to anticipate but truly wonderful in reality.  To have the chance to see so many people once again was priceless and will be cherished by all of us.  Thank you so much!
pat Aldred
Posted on the 2010-07-20 at 20:00
It\'s been said -- but don\'t think it can be said enough what - what a wonderful  job by the organizing committee.  Thanks to all of you.  Many of you put in hundreds and hundreds of hours to make sure the weekend was a success.  It was fantastic!

I imagine the turn out from the group of 68 might be a little diminished if we wait 25 years.  I like Mark Friels idea of a 50th -- would that be 8 years from now?

Again many thanks to those who organized and to those who attended.
Shirley (Boyce) Fleming
Posted on the 2010-07-20 at 20:00
Thanks to all involved for a wonderful weekend.  Thanks to Debbie Cowan and her team for all their hard work.  Thanks to Don Dickinson for the awesome job.  And a huge thanks to the class of 71.  No need for name tags as we haven\'t changed a bit, particularlly on the dance floor!!!
Lyall Steel
Posted on the 2010-07-20 at 20:00
Regards to everyone who made it to the reunion and to all checking the website.  I\'m sorry I couldn\'t make it but I\'m so far away.

Gerry Wetaski
Posted on the 2010-07-19 at 20:00
Thank you to everyone who made this reunion possible, and an absolute success.  It was fantastic,so well organized,a "Grand" event! Gerry and I want to express our gratitude, you were more than volunteers,your caring and sharing of abilities and talent mixed with a great lot of TLC has given us the gift of sweet memories.  Thank you All, once again.  To everyone we had the pleasure of visiting with, wow, how special.     
Donna Greenlay
Posted on the 2010-07-19 at 20:00
The reunion weekend was great. Thank you to all of you who spent hours and hours to make it happen. Reconnecting with so many friends was incredible. I wish all of you well and sincerely hope our paths will continue to cross.Please call if you are ever in Kamloops. There is always a cup of coffee or a glass of wine waiting to be shared with you and your family.
Marjorie Wigmore Lenz
Posted on the 2010-07-19 at 20:00
Class of 66 is still a great group and I just wish I had more time and energy to hear everyones stories.
Thanks to the organizers. No mean feat to get that many people together and with smiles. Wonderful memories and I will probably miss the 125th so maybe we should do our own class 50th...
I am always proud to be from MJ.
Jim Steele
Posted on the 2010-07-18 at 20:00
The reunion was great. One of the best weekends of my life.  Mostly great fun and very entertaining but also moments of real emotion.

   As my parents have passed and my brother Bob and his family live in Calgary, AB. my only remaining connection with Moose Jaw are those friendships that have been rekindled by the CCI Reunion.

   I will be forever greatful for the kindness that was shown to my wife Susan and I by so many people.  Susan now knows what it is like to be one of those fun loving and friendly Canadians.

   I have committed myself to not letting important friendship fall by the wayside once again.

   Lastly, I would like to thank Bob Currie for so many things. Most importantly for his kindness, patience, talent and friendship which was one of  the main reasons I made it to and through High School.

  Keep the faith and please keep in contact.

  Jim and Susan Steele

Don the web guy
Posted on the 2010-07-18 at 20:00
I have to say that my decision to host the Class of 69 Mix & Mingle Party was one of the wisest things I\'ve done in my life. Seeing everyone in one spot was fantastic and I can easily say that I would be glad to call each and every person my friend. What an awesome group of people. Thank you to everyone... you contributed to one of the most amazing weeks of my life.

I have put out the word that I\'m hoping that we can meet again in 6 years when most of us will be turning 65 (did I just say that out loud!). Who better to share that moment in my life.

... and thank you to the Reunion Committee and all of the volunteers for all of the hard work that you put into this event.

PS - to the Class of 69 - as I was drivng on my way home to Victoria it suddenly dawned on me that I had forgotten the lettuce, tomatoes, and pickels for the hamburgers at the class party... hmmmmm...
jim pinches
Posted on the 2010-07-17 at 20:00
Thanks for a totally awesome weekend and most excellent adventure!!  Reunion team, workers, volunteers, everyone did a fantastic job to pull off this amazing event. To those who didn\'t come, make sure to use this web site because there is tons of information and interesting photos in many links. If I had know the Public library was that beautiful, perhaps I would have gone.
I will have to get brother George hooked onto this site since he missed out on the reunion.l

Jim Cawsey
Posted on the 2010-07-16 at 20:00
KUDO\'s to ALL for such a wonderful weekend. It was absolutely terrific to see and connect with so many people. The golf day and run were fun activities; the class parties (67 & 68) were a reall opportunity to connect/visit in a more intimate way; and, the evenings were just super. Everywhere one went you met someone else. It was just terrific!!!
Mark Friel
Posted on the 2010-07-16 at 20:00

As my son often comments” Dad you weren’t the sunniest kid in the class...were you”. But last weekend it was all laughs and smiles. A week has gone by and I’m still laughing at (I mean with) Dally and Bennett. McIntyre haven’t seen you in 40 years and you’re still smiling. Great to see so many show up, but never enough time to catch up.  1968 Grads should be thinking of 2018 (or sooner).  Wow What a Weekend. Our ‘Reunion Team’ really knows how to throw a party.

Cheryl Bastedo
Posted on the 2010-07-16 at 20:00
What a great job the reunion team has done, it sounds like everyone had a ball.  Thank you so much to Don Dickinson for enabling the rest of us to reconnect and enjoy the event vicariously.  I\'m afraid I don\'t recognize anyone in the photos so far but I don\'t know that lady in the mirror either.
Pat (Simle) Collins
Posted on the 2010-07-16 at 20:00
THANK YOU!  We totally enjoyed the entire event and are so grateful to our classmate, Debbie (Phillips) Cowan, and to the Web Guy  and to all those who worked so hard to give so many another great memory to add to our high school \'daze\'!  I have to say I was very proud of our Class of 71 who took over the dance floor and proved we can still \'get down\' (kudos to Jim - our token \'spring chicken\' from 73) It was so very cool to have the opportunity to play together again and to just be able to pick up where we\'d left off! So glad we made the trip from Atlanta and we would be willing to do it again next year -  for our 40th Year Reunion! ... will you have recovered enough by then Debbie?!  :-)  CHEERS TO ALL!  
Melody (Mac Nevin) Strong
Posted on the 2010-07-14 at 20:00
Thank you to everyone on the CCI Reunion Committee-it was an enormous undertaking to plan such an event. Greatly appreciated! Special thanks to Don Dickinson for our class of \'69 couldn\'t have better. The Lit was wonderful....the whole 4 days passed too quickly . THANKS AGAIN !       Melody
Robbyn Mintenko-Cresta
Posted on the 2010-07-14 at 20:00
Hit all:
What a week end!!!! I am just now getting my voice back. For those of you who didn\'t attend, you missed a once in a lifetime moment. So sad for you!
Thank you to all the attendees who have taken time out of their day to thank the committee members; it truly makes it all worth it!
Thank you Debbie, for the years you have put in, to make this huge event a lifetime memory. (p.s. not more, 3am mornings, returning e-mails.)
Glennys Hannah (Holliday)
Posted on the 2010-07-14 at 20:00
Well I just got home (Comox, BC) late last night, and, like Robbyn, I can finally speak!  What an excellent time was had by all!  Those who didn\'t show, will be very jealous when they hear all the stories!
I feel sooo lucky to have run into so many good friends from Alex, CCI, Lion\'s Band and my RGH nursing days.  It was a very busy week for me.
Thanks to Deb & her committee, and "the web guy" for all their hard work pulling this together.  Jack Ireland (from my Alex days)........the food was awesome!  I had no idea you were such a good cook!!!
I\'m sure that after this reintroduction to our childhood days, many of us will continue to stay in least, I hope so!
Thanks again for the great party!!!

Les Sydiaha
Posted on the 2010-07-14 at 20:00
A special THANKS to Deb and all of her committee for a wonderful weekend. I had a blast catching up with all of the folks from the mid-70\'s classes.

Thanks to everyone who came out for a run with Bill, Loni and myself on Saturday morning before pancakes. We earned our breakfast.

I hope that everyone can somehow keep in touch with all of the old friends that they got re-acquainted with.
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-07-14 at 20:00
A Special thanks to all those that helped me with the sports events.  Les Sydiaha and Bill Elliott in the saturday run, Garry and Crystal Birkett for hosting the golf at the Deer Ridge, Kristi Van Slyke for letting us use Sterling Fitness so that Cyndy Moore could run an exercise class, Kim Hagan for the use of the Moose Jaw Tennis Club.
Thanks for all your help.
Lucille Ellis Evans
Posted on the 2010-07-13 at 20:00
Larry and I had been looking forward for this reunion for years.  It was better than we could have imagined!

Thank you to everone who worked so hard to make it such a success.

Don the Web Guy- what a job!

We are hoping if any of you come down to the East Coast, you will come to visit.


susan mullis
Posted on the 2010-07-13 at 20:00

I want to thank Don Dickinson for the bar b que it was fun. It was so nice to see everyone and no one has changed a bit. A lovely sunny day perfect weather good food wonderful conversation . To everyone from our class it was great to see you all

Susan (Nuttall) Mullis


Tom Newton
Posted on the 2010-07-12 at 20:00
Further to my 11 July message below, I\'ve scanned class photos for Grade 9 class 1A 1948/1949 and Grade 10 class 2A 1949/50, which the editor has now posted as part of the CCI Alumni section.
Have a look, before this website disappears into cyberspace. 
I\'d be delighted to hear from anyone about those (oh so young) people in the photos. :)
E. Heather Hiebert
Posted on the 2010-07-12 at 20:00
Thank you, from my heart. I  enjoyed my "old" school  friends and classmates of 1967. A special love to Ann Curry, Angela McWilliam, Pat Armitage and most of all, Lynn Small, for my stay in Moose Jaw, and keeping touch over 40 years, my special love. Thankyou, very much, for  the "reunion team". As always, Heather Hiebert (Deglan)
Trish Zryd Collins
Posted on the 2010-07-12 at 20:00
Wow! What an incredible weekend!  Thanks to the committee and all the "kids" from 1959 who made it all such a blast.  THe event was so  well organized and feeding that many people with hot excellent food was amazing.  
Thanks also to Don Crook for having the class party.  Lets not wait another 25 years to get together.  Trish Zryd Collins
Debbie Cowan
Posted on the 2010-07-11 at 20:00
Hey everyone  If anyone is still in Moose jaw today,tomorrow or Wed and want to have coffee ,lunch etc  .I have way more time now!!!!

Debbie  Cowan

chairperson CC! 100
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-07-11 at 20:00
I was talking to Paddy Thompson class of 1970 at our class party and he mentioned that this was the 40th year of our Grad and in only 10 more years it will be 50 years.
Sooooo i guess i will have to talk to Joan Cathcart to start working on the 50th.
It was great to see all i saw and for you i didn\'t get a chance to talk to we will.
Leys all keep in touch by what ever means we have and find the ones who never made  to to join us.
Love you all, hope you had fun, keep in touch.

Brian Kitts
Verna Mang (Rattray)
Posted on the 2010-07-11 at 20:00
What an awesome weekend. The organizing committee did a fantastic job. Its amazing how you can not see someone for over 40 years and just pick up the friendship.
Thank you to everyone who will be "with" Gary & I next week as I have the Liberation Treatment. For those of you who want to follow us on our blog it is
Jim Pinches
Posted on the 2010-07-11 at 20:00
I told my class "I\'m coming out, so you better get the party started". The 1973 grads partied "like it was 1999". We got down tonight, we did a lot of dance, we were moven and grooven and that\'s when it hit me and somone said "play that funky music white boy". We were so "funky" and a "hot child in the city" that most of the other classes couldn\'t keep up. As a result, our class has claimed the "best grad dancers" of the past 100 years.
Look for us on the upcoming 2011 season of the hit TV show "So you think you can dance".
Rafe (aka Ralph) Ring
Posted on the 2010-07-10 at 20:00
my mum
from MJ
called just today 
told me

CCI reunion was on

would love to be there
but will settle for
an online spectator role
and pics of all those
who I knew (or wanted to know)

pinches was one (hey Jimmy!) I recall fondly
- and there are many others...

perhaps a few know who you are (!)

best wishes to all

life is short - savour each moment

cheers & god bless !

rafe (ralph) ring

Tom Newton
Posted on the 2010-07-10 at 20:00
Greetings from Pointe-Claire, QC to the 1948 - 1952 cohort. I\'ve always regretted missing out on finishing my last year (51/52) at CCI, due to a move to Winnipeg. I still have fond memories of fellow students - Anna Green, Arliss Busch, Leon Matwe, Jim York, Ian Moore, Allan Wong and others, and of our memorable teachers, of course. Whatever became of Danny Tait, who I last saw in London, England in 1957?
Tom (would have been graduating class of \'52)
Linda Trumbley
Posted on the 2010-07-10 at 20:00
Hi everyone!  Heard the reunion was amazing.  Sorry I missed it but would love to see pics from the 1966 class.
Roberta Moore (Ireland)
Posted on the 2010-07-10 at 20:00
Hello from Parksville, B.C.  Have really enjoyed this website...what a great job the organizing committee has done.  Hope everyone enjoyed the weekend...would like to see any photos from the 1966 class.
Best regards.
Dave Patterson
Posted on the 2010-07-09 at 20:00

Well, as I sit here in Calgary between shifts, I realize just how much I would rather be in Moose Jaw visiting with everyone than here at work. Oh well.... I hope you all have a great time this weekend. 


Sheila Bidwell Watson
Posted on the 2010-07-08 at 20:00
Hi Everyone

I am sitting at home in Christchurch New Zealand kicking myself for not getting organised to get on the plane and (much later....) attending the reunion. 

I have many fond memories of an idyllic childhood and high school years in The Jaw.  Didn\'t we have fun - those school election parties, lits, school dances, football games, the circus coming to town and the parade up Main Street, band festivals, swimming at the river, summers at the Lake, graduation and breakfast at The Fryers?  The list goes on.

Life in NZ is great, but I\'ll always be a prairie girl ( or crocus as my father used to remind when I went to the big smoke in Ontario).
it is always good to tell people here where I\'m from, and then to convince them it is true.

i would love to hear from you all.

Have a great time, and I\'ll be thinking of you all while I am compensating in a very small way by having a small reunion potluck dinner with my former neighbours.  Not quite the same thing.

I\'m going to put on my mother\'s muskrat coat and go to the market now - winter here.


Keith Ferguson
Posted on the 2010-07-07 at 20:00
Just a note from a guy who went to the REAL high school in MJ (Tech) Good luck on your reunion, great to see some old names (Moose Jaw isn\'t that big !) Hi to Johnny Murakami, and many others, sounds like a great time. Still lots of people not going, where did they dissapear?  Have a wonderful reunion. Hello to all from Tatamagouche.
Audrey Freidin
Posted on the 2010-07-04 at 20:00
If you\'re flying Home from Pearson on Thursday morning watch out for the red and yellow ribbons.
I\'ve got fresh mosquito repellant and a charged battery in my camera. I\'m looking forward to seeing everyone next weekend (it\'s finally here!).

jim pinches
Posted on the 2010-07-03 at 20:00
Hi. We are almost there. Starting to get excited now!!! If I don\'t recognize you right away -- give me a break and mention some highlight so I can remember. I have recieved a few emails now. Thanks.
I will be the old bald fat guy not wearing a tie or a sports coat. I will be wearing my new jaquard polyester blocked garment with ottoman body and CCI logo.
Hope to see you all --- if Hwy#1 is open.
Connie Wigmore
Posted on the 2010-07-03 at 20:00
Looking forward to seeing old friends during the reunion, and doing lots of catching up.
jim pinches
Posted on the 2010-06-05 at 20:00
Do you remember taking Industrial Arts with Mr. Cave and Mr. Flack?? I can proudly say I haven\'t caused any serious electrocution burns to myself but hey, I haven\'t built any living room tables either.
Since I have doubled in girth since graduation perhaps a better choice would have been Home Ec -- I love to eat. Plus I would have known what I just bought. It is 100% polyester blocked garment with ottoman body and sleeves with pique raglan panel inserts. It is 160gsm so if I multiply by gravity 9.81m/s² and substitute C=2 Π R and order an XL -- it may just work.
I think it should fit.
Did that "pique" your interest??

Posted on the 2010-06-01 at 20:00
Hello everyone!!

Well it is realy down to crunch time now

All of your committees are working hard and your main committee is meeting every week or more to make sure you all have a great time at CCI 100.

 Thank you to all of the CCi alumni that have all ready purchased tickets.

The committee wants evryone to know that you have to have purchased a ticket before the event to get in. The security at the grounds is not being handled by your committee so there will be no sweet talking your way in or purchasing a ticket July 8th or later.

Please get your tickets soon .

It is going to be a great time seeing all your classmates and catching up and besides how many times in our lives do we get to celebrate a 100th of anything .

Hope to see you July 8th!!!

Debbie Cowan
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-05-30 at 20:00
I heard on the weekend that Terry(Warren)Huber is thinking about coming to the reunion, I see a couple of her siblings are coming, can someone give her a call to help make up her mind. 
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-05-21 at 20:00
Hello everyone its getting closer is your old best friend coming if not call them talk them into it, then get them to call someone and talk them into coming. If we all did that we could have 2000 CCI Alumni here, that would be unreal. See everyone in July.
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-05-21 at 20:00
Its me again
Lets get registered for any of \'the things to do\' events so we can have them up and ready when you come.
Golf, Running,walking,a workout,tennis etc.
Les Sydiaha
Posted on the 2010-05-13 at 20:00
Hello again classmates of 1976. I have had a few e-mails regarding setting us a separate year party for our group. Does anyone have any ideas of where we could meet or is anybody willing to organize or help out. Send me a note if you have any ideas.

Susan Murphy
Posted on the 2010-04-30 at 20:00
 Don\'t forget to bring all photos, not just CCI but all related to those times.  I have some from Palliser and from Gr 8 graduation in 1965.  Then we went on to Grade 9 at Palliser!  We were not happy!
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-04-27 at 20:00
All you golfers out their that haven\'t registered yet please do. We need to get the final numbers in so we can order the carts that are needed. Just go on the golf site and pick your coarse and get registered. We need to know by May 28th 2010.
Chere Gilbert
Posted on the 2010-04-25 at 20:00
All \'88 grads......anyone out there willing to organize a mix & miggle party???  I\'m already tapped out for time, so I\'d love it if someone could get something going.
Don\'t forget to register!!!  Not a whole lot of you on the "who\'s coming" list.  Should be a great party!
Chere Gilbert
Posted on the 2010-04-25 at 20:00
Miggle.??? MINGLE...;)   See I am busy!
Brett Keens
Posted on the 2010-04-24 at 20:00
Hello Old Friends,

Just a short note to invite any old friends on our Annual Spring Fishing Trip at Clam Lake NW of La Ronge. Stay overnight at Water Base Inn then early fly-in Thursday AM May out AM May 25th. If interested send me an email!

Val Bacon
Posted on the 2010-04-19 at 20:00
I am so impressed with this website, it\'s awesome. Kudo\'s and a big thank you to the committee and the webmaster. Good job!
Judi Damant Park
Posted on the 2010-04-09 at 20:00
Hi ho Class of 67!

Get your $$$ in by April 15th and save some money!!! Remember that you are not registered for the reunion until you have paid. Hope that we\'ll have a great turnout. Countdown time....
Judy (Patterson) Taylor
Posted on the 2010-04-09 at 20:00
Hey Class of \'66...get registered for the biggest and best party of the century!  Prices go up soon so get it done!
Debbie Cowan
Posted on the 2010-04-08 at 20:00
Hey 1971 !!!!!

Where are all my classmates .I know lots of you are coming.Get your tickets now and save yourself some money.
We are going to have a GREAT CLASS PARTY
We don\'t want to be outdone by 1970...Do we???
Michelle Carline
Posted on the 2010-04-06 at 20:00
I have really enjoyed talking to my fellow classmates this week and can\'t wait to see everyone July 8 - 11.  If you haven\'t got your tickets yet, get them before April 15 and save yourself some cash! :)
Don the web guy
Posted on the 2010-04-06 at 20:00

Resistance is futile.

Join the Reunion... buy your tickets today (or this week)!
Tony McFadden
Posted on the 2010-04-05 at 20:00
Hey, Calss of \'78 (1978, not 1878. 1878, would probably all be dead by now).I can\'t make it to this shin-dig.  Would love to be there.You wouldn\'t recognise me - I have 3 times the weight and less than half the hair.Hi to everyone, and have an adult beverage on me.I mean, I\'m not actually going to PAY for it, but enjoy it nonetheless.Cheers from Oz,Tony
Lisa Veer
Posted on the 2010-03-26 at 20:00
My yearbook team and I (Lisa Veer - Central teacher) are publishing a special Centennial History Book that will be on sale at the reunion in July. We have all the yearbooks dating back to 1914, but I am told there were books going back to the school\'s inception in 1910. If anyone has copies of the missing yearbooks, we\'d love to see them. We\'re also interested in hearing about any special events that you feel should be included. We noticed that the queen visited in 1939, but are unclear as to whether she visited Central or other locations Moose Jaw. We welcome comments.
Don the web guy
Posted on the 2010-03-19 at 20:00
Hey Jim

Buster always knew where to get a good meal. I\'m sure that everyone on the block gave him something at one time or another. He used to wander down to Hub Meat Market every morning after he escorted my Sister to school. He\'d have Xmas, Valentine\'s, and Easter cards tied to his collar by local merchants throughout the year.

Mosquitoes aren\'t allowed unless they buy a ticket.
Jim Pinches
Posted on the 2010-03-18 at 20:00
Hello Don the web guy, who lived down the street. Didn\'t you have a big old dog that wandered up to our house every time we BBQ steaks?
Will there be an army of mosquitoes down there this summer?
Michelle Carline
Posted on the 2010-03-15 at 20:00
To all 80\'s CCI graduates!  Hurry and get your reunion tickets to join the biggest party MJ has EVER seen!  Looking forward to seeing you all again!
Michelle Carline
Posted on the 2010-03-06 at 19:00
Class of \'87, if you haven\'t already joined our "facebook" group, what are you waiting for?  We would love to hear from you and would love to see you at the reunion!  Talk to you soon.
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-03-03 at 19:00
Hello All CCI people out their.
Its getting closer only 4 months. Lets get those registrations in.
Barcley White, Jamie White, Ron White, Tom Jukes,Rick Jukes,Ron Jukes,Wendy & Pam, Darrell Herchuck, Barb, Randy Mackey,Kevin Mackey, Brent Mackey.
Come lets get registered and talk other classmates to get with it.
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-02-16 at 19:00
It looks like their is a fair bit of interest in the Football Replica Jersey, come on all you Cyclones order your old number and have a great keepsake.
Chere Gilbert( Howard) Class of \88
Posted on the 2010-02-14 at 19:00

CLASS OF 1988!
Hello everyone!  It\'s time to make your plans to come to the Reunion in July!  Even if you say, " Well, I keep in touch with everyone I want to."  How about the people you hung out with from the other years?  How about just coming to enjoy the atmosphere and the community of friendship? 
  think there will be too many laughs to pass up!! 
Stop thinking about it and JUST DO IT!

Cheryl Chartier
Posted on the 2010-02-14 at 19:00
It\'s great to see so many alumni enjoying the website!  If anyone has contact information for a not so web-friendly fellow classmate requiring reunion information and registration forms please let us know.  We will gladly mail out details and forms on request.  Thanks in advance for helping us extend a reunion invitation to absolutely all the CCI alumni out there.

CCI 100th Reunion, Registrations
Robert J. Pyne
Posted on the 2010-02-12 at 19:00
To Don Dickinson (Reunion Team):
It\'s been an awfully long time. I must say do look forward to seeing my old friend Jacquei Perkins (Bettel) again, and a picture of my father, Richard Dickinson on the wall, that is if there is one. There certainly should be-he was the first principal! And of-course my middle nephew Don (Dickinson). My son Robert and I haven\'t seen him in more than 30 years.
Mary Dickinson   Class of 1940
(Sent by son Robert on her behalf, and of-course with permission).
Don the web guy
Posted on the 2010-02-07 at 19:00
Wow! Can you believe it... just 5 more months to go!!

... and the excitement is definitely building!

More tickets being sold every day, more people adding their profile to the Alumni pages (it hasn\'t slowed down at all), more Mix & Mingle Parties being planned and more people writing to CCI 100 to tell us how excited they are that their classmates are contacting them and that they can hardly wait for the big day to arrive!

Absolutely fantastic!!
Judy Taylor (Patterson)
Posted on the 2010-02-06 at 19:00
Hey Class of 1966...where is everyone?
Robbyn Mintenko-Cresta
Posted on the 2010-02-02 at 19:00
Hi all
I haven\'t heard from many of our 1973 Graduates; where are you?
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-01-21 at 19:00
It looks like we'll have a real good turnout for golf as registrations are coming in real fast. So if you have a team or a couple or even just you get registered.
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2010-01-21 at 19:00
We are also planning on having tennis, yoga and some  3k to 5k or longer  running, we will update you on these events in the next month.
Posted on the 2010-01-17 at 19:00
Hey Everyone.  Things are coming together nicely and now that people are buying tickets, we can really get excited to line things up.

I don't want there to be any pressure but if you are going to buy tickets for the event, sooner is better than later.  Not only will it be cheaper but it sure does take some of the stress off of us so we know how many will be attending :)
Jacquie Walter ne OGorman
Posted on the 2010-01-05 at 19:00
Happy New Year all, looking forward to reaquainting with old friends from 1961-63 also looking for class picture taken 25yrs ago at the last re-union as I mislaid mine, Cheers!!
Barb Wigmore Latham
Posted on the 2010-01-01 at 19:00
I look forward to knowing who is actually coming to MJ in July. 

Don Dickinson
Posted on the 2009-12-30 at 19:00
As we move into the new year, the year of the Reunion, I, as the CCI 100 web guy, reflect on all of the great people with whom I've conversed over the course of the last 26 months. I also reflect on all of the "lasts" I've been experiencing lately. In October it was the last time that I would be putting up the Thanksgiving and Halloween graphics, in November it was the last time I would put up the Remembrance Day graphic and now in December, approaching 2010, it is the last time I will have put up the Christmas and New Year's graphics. I now count down the days until the last Valentine graphic and the last Easter graphic are placed on the website… always moving us closer and closer to the Big Day. I can only hope that this won't be the "last" great reunion for CCI. Maybe the Class of 2010 will want to start planning the 125th this coming year!

Happy New Year Everyone and thank you for the wonderful opportunity to take care of the CCI 100 website! Get ready to party!
Debbie Cowan
Posted on the 2009-12-30 at 19:00
As Don says there are  a lot of lasts that have happened but I can see a lot of firsts coming up in the  next 6 months.I only wish I knew what they might be......
Things are progressing nicely with all the plans   .I wish you all a very Happy New Year.

Cheryl Bastedo
Posted on the 2009-12-29 at 19:00
Hello to anyone who remembers me.  I should have graduated in 67 but took time off and graduated in 69.
Marguerite Mitchell(McNutt 39)
Posted on the 2009-12-27 at 19:00
Are there any 39 ners left-we may be slow,but we still remember-Where is Grace Lewry?Heyward,Roz.BarrenAdeline Stadnyk you know 3C   with Mr.Nelson?Marguerite
Don Dickinson
Posted on the 2009-12-24 at 19:00
Christmas is a time for forgiveness, a time for Family and Friends, a time to be thankful that you aren't being sent down to the office to face punishment from Chapman and Robin(son), the crime fighting duo, for some form of deviant behaviour.

Have a good one everybody!
Debbie Cowan
Posted on the 2009-12-21 at 19:00



Colin Cameron
Posted on the 2009-12-12 at 19:00
It looks positive but still not certain that I will attend-certainly hope so

Would appreciate hearing from anyone who has any info on Beverly Alcroft and Barbara Hunter

Good work John Livingston - look forward to seeing you. Some names missing should I contact you.  Colin
Debbie Cowan
Posted on the 2009-11-21 at 19:00
Hello to everyone..

It's time to get your classmates busy this week and buy tickets .It's the last week of the $500.00 contest for the class that has the most tickets purchased by Nov 30th.


The committee can hardly wait to give away the money!!!

We also have posters made so if anyone has a highly visible location where they think it will do us some good getting the word out  let us know.

Lots going on at meetings and even more in between.Getting down to some of the finer details now..

I think maybe I could be a good wedding co-ordinator when this is all done .Of coarse I'd have to have the outstanding committee around me like I have now...


Posted on the 2009-11-19 at 19:00

Well yes i'm still alive and kicken! Living in the great metro of M.Jaw.Working for my blood brother "DOOGIE". It's a blast. Haven't got my tickets yet, leave it to the last, what's new?Hope to have fun with everyone. SEE YOU IN JULY!!!!        

Don Dickinson
Posted on the 2009-11-19 at 19:00
Well, there goes the budget for the Reunion! Now that Peewee's attending we'll have to hire extra security.

Jussssssssssssttttt kidding, Peewee!
Pat Collins (Zryd)
Posted on the 2009-10-28 at 20:00
Cannot believe that we - the class of 59 are now the OLD ones.  Time sure did fly since Central days.  See you all in July.  The organizers are doing a wonderful job.   Thank you all.    Pat
Posted on the 2009-10-27 at 20:00
you now what i stole an idea from don dickenson --post music 

what a great idea 

it is fun fun fun 

Ken Knutson
Posted on the 2009-10-18 at 20:00
Hello Don relation I am sure.  But, I thought that my 2 sisters and I were the only Knutsons to have graduated from CC1...I was in the class of '48 probably long before your time.
Don Knutson
Posted on the 2009-10-11 at 20:00

Many thanks to the organizers.  Lookiing forward to the 100th anniversary reunion.

Don Dickinson
Posted on the 2009-10-10 at 20:00
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!
Don the web guy
Posted on the 2009-10-06 at 20:00
The Chalkboard is back after a 2 year hiatus. Have fun with it. Say whatever you want but please keep it clean.
Brian Kitts
Posted on the 2009-10-06 at 20:00
Hi to everyone in the cci 100 world. I want to hear from the 1970 class out their that has or hasn't registered yet. Lets get going and talking to our friends and classmates we want to see you all in July of 2010.
Chris Vogel
Posted on the 2007-10-31 at 20:00
Hello to all up there in Canada.  I am looking forward to come over for the reunion in 2010.  I hope some of my classmates read this.  I was in the graduating class of 1959.  My form room was 4-C.  Are there any others out there?
Ron Belbin
Posted on the 2007-10-30 at 20:00
Missed the one in the 80's but planning for this one - should be great!
deign salido
Posted on the 2007-10-29 at 20:00
come on 80's grads!! we were born in the 60's!!! let's show them that we can outnumber them at the reunion (or at least in the cci alumni page). make sure you register yourselves. (especially my fellow '87 grads!)....:)
Nicole Gregorash
Posted on the 2007-10-29 at 20:00
Really looking forward to attending. I cant wait to see everyone again. 
Great work Don.  

 Class of 97... 
Sharon Thompson
Posted on the 2007-10-28 at 20:00
Wow! I'd really like to check it out. Hurray - Class of '78!
Les Parsons
Posted on the 2007-10-28 at 20:00
Arlene Parsons (Brander)
Posted on the 2007-10-28 at 20:00
Looking forward to attending the reunion.
Jon Hagan
Posted on the 2007-10-27 at 20:00
looking forward to the reunion
Tom Mackey
Posted on the 2007-10-26 at 20:00
It will be nice to see old friends
jon friel
Posted on the 2007-10-24 at 20:00
i trust i am registered for up dates to the cci 100
Valerie Parker
Posted on the 2007-10-22 at 20:00
Hi there - I was at CCI in 1960 - Valerie Kerns at that time! Great site and looking forward to the reunion.
Sandra Donnelly Vanderwell 1964
Posted on the 2007-10-21 at 20:00
Great site!!!!!!!!!!!
deign salido
Posted on the 2007-10-16 at 20:00
i agree with you mr. don dickinson. the 100th all years reunion that will take place july 8-11, 2010 will be the best party on the planet. i sure am glad there is an awsome team dedicated on bringing this to life!!!
Don Dickinson
Posted on the 2007-10-16 at 20:00
It's great to see that a 100th Anniversary Reunion is being organized. Nice website!