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|Three West Monroe classes gather|
By Rita Moore
Special to The Citizen
The second graduating class of West Monroe High School celebrated its 35-year reunion at the unique Cheniere Lake Park Lodge and beautifully landscaped gardens on May 1.
Despite forecasts of stormy weather for May Day, the party played on, the rain held off and classmated enjoyed an afternoon of fun and fellowship.
More than 100 people came from near and far to renew old acquaintances and bond once more for "the way we were" as the song goes. The 1950s were years that can never be recaptured, but friendships established during that time will live on and on as was evidenced at the event.
The classes of 1954, 1955 and 1956 were so close because of the opening of the school in 1953. Students and residents in the area marveled over the achievement for which they had long striven. Civic pride grew as a result of new activities for the young people of West Monroe. Those were unforgettable years.
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