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Patty Jones
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Sue Karle (Siddall)
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When I left Denver, I moved to Tucson AZ, then Las Vegas, and then moved back to Denver when I got married.  However, about 7 years in we went on a vacation to Seattle WA and that was it - we moved the next year and never looked back!  That was 30 years ago. We love the beautiful Pacific Northwest - my husband skiis, I garden and we live close to the water, so we feel very blessed. Send Sue a MessageSend Sue a Message
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Cris Kennedy
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If you read some of the memories of high school, many people write about how they were left out, felt isolated and awkward at that age.  I can remember the same feeling as a sohopmore at Arapaho.  I was not in the "in"crowd, and in high school that seemed so important.  I can remember trying to join a group of guys at a table for lunch, and they just made fun of me.  It wasn't long after that I discovered Mike Murray and Chris Adams sitting outcast at another table all similarly disgusted at not being in any of the in crowd--also disgusted that anyone gave a rip about being "in" in the first place.  
 
That became the genesis of the Sunny Beach Club.  We were smart.  We didn't really need the in crowd.  We decided to form our own group.  We would show everyone we could have a great time and not worry who cared.  
 
The Sunny Beach Club became wildly successful just because we didn't care who thought what of us.  We did a lot of stuff to attract attention.  The bed race, the school newsletter, the theatre, the prom in the cafeteria (remember "FREE CHILI !?").......all of it irreverent and fun.  After a while people were asking who was in (and who wasn't in) the Sunny Beach Club.  To which we answered (of course) that if you're in you know it.  All the time we just smiled among ourselves, knowing all along that we would never try to define who was "in" and who wasn't.  The whole point of the exercise was to resist that high school clique-ishness that was stifling to so many.  You could come and join us if you wanted, if you had enough confidence to be friendly, even if others had rejected you.
 
Every high school should establish a Sunny Beach Club.  Many of us have fond memories of it, even now fifty years later.  
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Brad Kershaw
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Retired now and play with my cars most of the time. Married for 38 years to Bonnie. Our Daughter is married and a minister.  Our Son is a major in the USMC.  Active in my church teaching Sunday School and fixing the church's lawn equipment.  Enjoying life in Texas for over 31 years now.   Send Brad a MessageSend Brad a Message
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