Welcome to the
Ingraham High School
Class Of 1972
Reunion Web Site
The reunion planning committee established this web site as a tool for managing our 40-Year Reunion events. The site performed its event management functions well and was used again for the 45-Year Reunion. The reunion planning committee is planning to maintain the site through 2022 for the 50-Year Reunion.
Ingraham High School Classes of 1971 & 1972 Invite you To Be PRESENT@ our combined 50th Reunion.
WHEN: Saturday, August 27, 2022, 5-10 pm
WHERE: Seattle Kraken Facilities-Northgate Mall
10601 5th Ave NE Seattle
COST: $95 Buffet dinner included/No Host/Cashless Bar
Tickets are available now on the 50-Year Reunion page.
50… (it’s a BIG number)
“The biggest regret of people not attending the 50th high school reunion…is not making it to the reunion - “https://sixtyandme.com/
Great to see more classmates signing up for our opportunity to reconnect.
-The Stones' song “Time is on my side” ……. did apply a while ago
Can you remember when not so long ago?
A cassette recorder was $29.50
Datsun 1200 sports coupe - $1,866.50
Rod Stewart & “Maggie Mae”
Mary Tyler Moore Show
Stones “Brown Sugar”
The Partridge Family
Tony Orlando & Dawn “Knock 50 Times”
*We would like to call out the TOP (& only so far!) 60 ‘72 classmates currently signed up to attend our 50th:
Laurie Andersen (Smith)
Joyce Barber (Rafferty)
Joan Coughlin (Patrick)
Karen Ecklund (DeArias)
Pam Hall (Erickson)
James (Jim) Hayden
Carol Kennedy (Hardman)
Gerard La Jeunesse
Pam Olsen (McGoun)
Peggy O'Neil (Shortt)
Mary Anne Perkowski
Christine Selmar (Pantera)
Darlene Stensland (Miller)
Steve Van Inwegen
Terry Van Nostrand
-Don’t regret your opportunity to reconnect
Your 50th Reunion Team
Celebration of our lives - Ingraham 50-year High School Reunion
How Seattle and the World changed:
- The town where we grew up changed from a Boeing, fishing, and logging town to a world-class city.
- Since high school Seattle has become a true urban city—our city has changed music, transportation, medical/life science, the way we communicate, and the way we transact. Seattle has changed the world. Yay-Seattle!
- We grew up in an amazing place and it was a unique time at Ingraham.
What else has changed:
We interact differently:
- Mobile phones - who has a rotary dial, landline phone?
- Hey, where are all the station wagons?
- Glad I held on to my record albums.
- And my answering and fax machines-where are they?
- Will someone write a letter? Texting?
- Where is the milkman?
- Life expectancy is almost ten years more than when we graduated from high school.
What will change in the next ten years?
- Flying Cars
- 3D Printing
- Virtual Reality
- Artificial reality
- Robots doing work for us
- Genomics extending our life spans
What will not change; 30+% of classmates here today will not be at the 60th High School class reunion
Why wait - let’s celebrate?!
Click here to attend the reunion:
Quotes from NY Times, Sixtyandme.com, atlanticcouncil.org, BestLife