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Planning committee formed for Jefferson graduation party

Planning has begun for the 28th annual alcohol-free graduation party at Jefferson High School in Alexandria. The party will be held Sunday, June 7 at the Runestone Community Center. The party provides a safe and fun environment for JHS graduates ...

Planning committee
Contributed photo Members of the Jefferson High School 2009 graduation party planning committee include (back row) Julie Vogeler, Missy Iverson, Julie Whiting, Jodi Thompson, Doug Thompson, Jill Johnson, Diane Lukes, Bruce Leland; (2nd row) Deb Dittberner, Karen Meuwissen, Martha Williams, Nancy Thul, Linda Anderson, Kristy Langenfeld, Deb Paulzine; (front row) Steve Black, Becky Black, Jayne Sahli and Alice Schmitz. Not pictured are Ron Sahli, Chris and Lori Canavati, Mary Ellen Thompson, Chris Rentsch...

Planning has begun for the 28th annual alcohol-free graduation party at Jefferson High School in Alexandria.

The party will be held Sunday, June 7 at the Runestone Community Center. The party provides a safe and fun environment for JHS graduates to celebrate without the use of alcohol.

For more information, to volunteer or to make a donation, contact Jayne Sahli at (320) 762-8754 or Becky Black at (320) 762-1473.

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