Gabriella Rodriguez; Amanda Short; Stella Fosberg; Nikola Roso; Christina Cervantez; Brianna Pruitt; Haley Riggs; Helen Mattson
Highline HS Open House May 18th 2019
UPCOMING EVENTS IN 2019
Monday March 4th 2018 - 7 PM - Highline High School Alumni Foundation General Meeting
May 18th - 11 am to 2 pm - All Class Reunion - No Host Luncheon at Angelo's in Burien
May 18th - 1 pm to 4 pm - Highline High School Open House - Group Photo on Front Steps at 3 pm
May 19th - 6 to 8 pm - Highline High School Alumni Foundation Scholarship Reception - ERAC
June 15th - 11 am Highline High School Graduation at Highline Memorial Stadium
June 25th - Celebration of Last Day of School - Students, Alumni, and Community Members - Assembly in the Gym to Celebrate the Past, Parade thru the HS lead with the HHS band, then enjoy the party on the front lawn with a cake to celebrate the future.
July 4th - Burien Parade - Bring your classic car and join other HHS Alumni in the parade
HHSAF GOLF TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
Highline High School Golf Day
All Highline Alumni, family, friends or anyone who enjoys a day of golf! WHERE? Auburn Golf Course 29630 Green River Road SE Auburn, WA 98092
WHEN? Friday, August 16, 2019 7:30am Shotgun start. Please arrive by 7:00am PRICE? $90 per player. Includes: Green fee, golf cart, buffet lunch and prizes! No Host Bar. There are to be no outside beverages brought onto the premises. Thank you. OPTIONAL: Mulligans may be purchased prior to beginning your round. Limit 16 per foursome, 4 per golfer. RAFFLE: Raffle Tickets may be purchased for $1 each at all par three holes. Buy one (or more) and get double the number if you hit the green on your tee shot. Drawing for prizes will be at lunch! CONTEST: Hole in One Contest on Holes #4, 8, 14, and 16. Hole #4 wins $15,000 Cash, or a trip to Scotland, or a trip to Ireland. Other prizes for Holes #8, 14, and 16 FORMAT: SCRAMBLE: Mens, Womens, or Mixed Foursomes.
Singles, doubles or threesomes will be paired with others. QUESTIONS: Larry Olson @ 253-631-6466 or Cathy Low @ 206-244-3044 REFUNDS: No refunds for cancellations will be given after August 2, 2018 Register and Pay online with your credit card at: www.highline-highschool-alumni-foundation.org Click on “Contribute Now” page and follow the prompts. For news on the Alumni Foundation, reunions and more, please visit our website: www.highline-highschool-alumni-foundation.org
Golf Tournament Changes for 2019
The HHSAF Golf Committee is pleased to announce some exciting changes to our annual “Golf Day”
As we did last year, we will have our Closest to Pin and Longest Drive awards in two brackets: 65 and over, and 64 and under for both men and women.
We are having a “Hole-in-One” contest on Hole #4 to win: $15,000 or a trip to Scotand or to Ireland!!! In addition to the $15,000 there are 3 more prizes to win in the Hole-in-One contest: PING Irons, IPad, and an Amazon Gift Card.
$15.00 prepaid fee at check-in qualifies golfers in all four holes. Tickets will also be sold at each hole for $5.00 Pricing for Mulligans! 4 for $30 or 2 for $20 (Maximum 4 per person) Please arrive no later than 7am in order to purchase your Mulligans and Tickets for the Hole-In-One contests. We will have our standard “Raffle” tickets at the par 3 holes at #8, #14, and #16. Raffle tickets are $1 each, 6 for $5, 12 for $10. If you hit the green on your drive, We will double your tickets!! We will also have our standard $20 Group Fee on Hole #12 which enables your group to advance to the 150 yard marker. In addition to all of the above we will also be having a 50/50 Raffle during lunch and the awards ceremony. The committee hopes that you will find these contests exciting and fun! If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call Cathy Low @ 206-244-3044 or Larry Olsen @ 253-631-6466
Hole-In-One Prizes on Hole #4 Winner has a choice of: $15,000.00 Cash OR A Trip for two to St. Andrews ~ Scotland Round trip airfare for 2 8 day/7 nights accommodations at The St. Andrews Old Course Hotel 4 rounds of golf per person $1,500 spending cash OR A Trip for two to the Southwest of Ireland Round trip airfare for 2 8 day/7 nights accommodations 5 rounds of golf per person $1,500 spending cash
Prize for Hole-in-one on Hole #16 ~ a set of Titleist Irons Prize for Hole-in-one on Hole #14 ~ Ipad Prize for Hole-in-one on Hole #8 ~ $250 Amazon Gift Card
$15.00 prepaid fee at check-in qualifies golfers in all four holes. Tickets will also be sold at each hole for $5.00
Golf Registration Form
2019 HHSAF Alumni Golf Day
Registration $90.00 per player ~ $360 Foursome
Please help us keep our Mailing List up-to-date by providing complete
information for all golfers in your group.
Mail completed registration form/payment to:
Highline High School Alumni Foundation P.O. Box 66647 Burien, WA 98166
Please include the following info: Name, Street Adress, City, Zip , Phone, Email, HHS Grad Year, or Guest.
Thank you so much for providing the means for all Highline Students to go to college! It’s very reassuring to see community members involved in a cause that does not immediately seek results; but will soon in the future. I am very gracious for your overwhelming generosity that’s making my, and many other past, current and future students’ access to education feel attainable.
Again, thank you!
Wishes, Haylee Beckham
~Music Scholarship Recipient, Attending Seattle Pacific University
To the Family of Roger and Linda Walsh, and the Highline Alumni Foundation,
The scholarship you have given me means more than just a scholarship. It’s hundreds of hours of hard work, it’s money for me to achieve my dreams and focus on my education. It’s money that I cannot thank you enough for. My mother has worked 12 hours a day, 7 days a week for the past 7 years for me to be able to get to this point and this money will help my mom continue her education because she won’t have to work as much, and me explore the unknown in college.
~Nghi Lam, Roger & Linda Walsh Recipient
2018 Membership Drive
Thanks to You… Our membership drive for 2018 brought in $32,074.00!
In 1995, the fledgling non-profit Highline High School Alumni Foundation awarded one $500 Harry Lemon Memorial Citizenship scholarship to a graduating HHS senior. In 2018, we gave scholarships in Science, Mathematics, Business, English, Social Studies, World Language, Music, Fine Arts and Photography. We also awarded money to seniors with special needs, seniors who improved their success during high school, a student exhibiting exceptional citizenship, a 4-year college attendee in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) discipline, students pursuing vocational education, a future teacher, an engineering or business student, and an AVID student pursuing STEM studies.
“It’s the best feeling in the world to give back to others,” says Michael Walsh, a ’77 grad and 2017 Alumnus of the Year. He will donate $100,000 per year for 5 years beginning in 2019. This in addition to the $20,000 he already gives annually. The entire amount will be used for college scholarships for Highline seniors and has allowed us to increase the amount of many of our scholarships. A grateful thank you to Michael!
Our main funding sources are your Alumni memberships, our annual Golf Day, the All-Class Reunion, plus donations, endowments and memorial gifts. Please join us for $10 annually or become one of our 824 Lifetime Members for $100. Each year we also honor the Alumni Hall of Fame Inductees and the HHS Alumnus of the Year.
Please consider donating to this worthy cause. Make checks payable to:
HHS Alumni Foundation, PO Box 66647, Burien, WA 98166
Or pay by credit card on our Website under the Contribute Now tab.
We are always searching for new volunteers with fresh energy and ideas. We welcome your input for fundraising ideas, website updates, articles for our annual newsletter, and nominations for Alumnus of the Year and for the Alumni Hall of Fame. Have some information to post about an upcoming Class Reunion? Let us know the details and we’ll share it on our website.
Gary Korsgaard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Michele (Ham) Miller at email@example.com
Kevin Ostic at firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 Alumnus of the Year
Congratulations, Dave Sabey, 2018 HHS Alumni Foundation Alumnus of the Year
Dave attended Highline High School, graduating in 1965, then the U.S. Air Force Academy Prep School. He went on to play football and wrestled at the University of Washington and graduated from Eastern Washington. He is a self-made man of business who has built a vast real estate empire. The Alumni Foundation was proud to honor Dave with this award last spring.
See more about Dave as well as our Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees on our website…
2019 Reunion Information & Contacts
Class of 1969- 50th Reunion
August 17th 2019 - Saturday
Normandy Park Cove
Check the following for more info
On Facebook Group - Highline High School Class of '69"
More Info to Follow Soon
Class of 1979- 40th Reunion
September 27th & 28th 2019
Azteca Restaurant in Burien
Rainer Golf and Country Club
6:45 to 8 PM
Contact Diana Miller
2018 Athletic Hall Of Fame
Left to Right - Kaitlyn's mom, Anthony Watkins, and Coach Dave Stark
Mr. Dave Stark, 2018 inductee, was a teacher and coach at Highline High School for 40 years (in the same classroom). He graduated from the purple and gold of North Kitsap High in 1965 where he played football and wrestled. He attended Olympic College (AA degree), served four years in the Air Force, another three years in the Air National Guard, and earned a BA in Science and an MA in Educational Technology from Western Washington University.
Mr. Stark has five children and 14 grandkids, dome of which he coached at Highline, including 3 state qualifiers in wrestling. He coached football, wrestling and girls’ softball and was head coach of all three sports at one time. One of his softball teams finished fourth at stated, his wrestling teams won 5 league championships and with the advent of women’s wrestling, had a second place winner at state.
Enjoyment of student successes is a highlight of his career. His advice for you…”Don’t listen to people who say you can’t do it.”
Dave and wife Amy enjoy their large and extended family. He has been active in auto racing throughout the area and can be seen rolling multiple times in one event. Congratulations to longtime teacher and coach.
Coming from a family of nine children, including twin brother Brian, 2007 grad Anthony Watkins competed in football, basketball, and track while at Highline. His advice to current students is to “do everything 120%, the best that you can do.” Living this advice, he became 1st team quarterback, 1st team defensive back and MVP of the Seamount League. Participating in basketball (3 years) and running track were all other accomplishments. Running both hurdle events and all sprint races, he cruised to a best time of 49.8 in the 400 at state. He was offered several football scholarships, eventually selecting Oregon State University, playing 4 years and earning a degree Exercise Science with options in nutrition and fitness. Anthony was student of the year and voted best physique for his class. He enjoyed history in Mr. Dave’s class.
He is currently working on a Master’s degree at the University of Washington and works in the fitness and strength program with the UW football team. He is involved in fitness and other ventures here in Burien and is the husband of our other inductee, Kaitlyn. We are happy to have him accept for her today and welcome 4 year old Kameron and their families.
This 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame inductee and 2007 grad set the Washington State 3A soccer scoring record with 105 goals. Kaitlyn (Heinsohn) Watkins also ran a leg of the 2007 4 x 100 relay. Her accomplishments in soccer earned her 1st team All-State, plater of the week, MVP Seamount Player of the Year, and district championship. While attending the University of Montana in Missoula for four years, her honors in soccer included Rookie of the year as a freshman, and player of the year as a sophomore. Kaitlyn lives in Burien with husband Anthony and four year old Kameron. She is actively employed by the Disney Corporation seeking advancement in the Tech talent area. Her motto for each of you, “Do not be afraid of failure, rely on self-esteem use your qualities, capabilities and remember, age doesn’t matter.”
Michael Walsh Donates $500,000 Scholarship Fund to Highine Alumni Foundation
News Release from the Highline High School Alumni Foundation
Pirate Grad Comes Through Big for Highline High School Alumni Foundation
BURIEN – Highline High School Alumni Michael Walsh has made a gigantic financial pledge to the school’s Alumni Foundation.
Walsh, a 1977 graduate, will donate $100,000 per year for five years beginning in 2019. This amount is on top of the $20,000 he already gives annually. The entire amount will be used for college scholarships for Highline seniors.
“I’m thrilled and ecstatic,” said Foundation President Gary Korsgaard, a 1964 Highline graduate. “This is just a super opportunity for us to help more students. We had a goal to expand our program and it has come true. Michael Walsh is truly an amazing individual.”
Walsh was the 2017 Highline High School Alumni of The Year. For his part, he says this is his way to give back to the community where he was raised.
“It’s the best feeling in the world to give back to others,” Walsh commented. “I want to help kids with vision to better themselves and the world. The last thing we need is to have our best students not make good decisions in their lives because of financial needs. Also, it’s much more fun to give money while you’re alive so you can see the good being done.”
Walsh gave the Alumni Foundation credit for building trust with donors. “The Foundation has done a great job with selecting kids, so that gives me and other donors faith that our dollars will be spent wisely,” he observed. The Foundation started in 1995 and offered one $500 scholarship. In 2018, it gave out 23 scholarships worth $67,000. Since its inception, the Foundation has awarded a total of 341 scholarships worth $618,000.
Walsh was what he called a “boss nerd” while in public school in Burien. In ninth grade, he rode his bicycle from Sylvester Junior High to Highline High School to take all available calculus and science classes. Once he completed these, he attended Highline Community College for advanced classes while still in high school.
He attended Cal Tech and quickly found that he was no longer the smartest guy in the room. “The whole place was populated with boss nerds from their high schools,” he laughed. “I liked that, and I wanted to learn how to hang in that room!”
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics from Cal Tech, he earned a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern. While working on his doctorate at Northwestern, he discovered the personal computer. “I just blossomed from there,” he said. “I realized what a powerful tool this would be.” The doctorate went by the wayside and he was involved in six startup tech companies – all unsuccessful. The seventh was a home run: He was one of the founders of Coupons.com, which has since been acquired by Quotient Technology. Walsh is just starting retirement and looking forward to more philanthropy.
Walsh currently funds four scholarships through the Alumni Foundation: A $5,000 scholarship in the name of retired Highline teacher Don Bunger, targeted at students with a science and engineering bent; and three $2,500 scholarships in the name of his parents, Roger and Linda Walsh, for students moving into vocational careers.
“I owe so much to my parents, who sacrificed a lot to help me fund my education, and to the community as a whole that supported my education,” Walsh concluded.
(Contact: Foundation President Gary Korsgaard, 206-300-8529; Marc Anderson, 503-819-0375)
Highline High School Alumni Foundation Awards 23 Scholarships for $67,000!
Article By B-Town Blog Writer Shelly Voie
On Sunday evening, June 10, the Highline High School Alumni Foundation awarded over $67,000 in scholarships to 23 graduating seniors of Highline High School. Families, alumni, staff, and honorees celebrated the students’ awards and accomplishments at the Highline ERAC Building.
Foundation President Gary Korsgaard (Class of 1964) opened the evening with Pirate pride about how much the program has grown since 1995, when it awarded just a single $500 scholarship.
Scholarship chair Patti Burgess (Class of 1950) shared a story about the namesake of the first scholarship, “a very precious teacher” named Harry Lemon. Mr. Lemon taught music and biology at HHS and later taught at Camp Waskowitz. While teaching names of trees and plants, he would joke with Waskowitz students, “I know you’ve heard of a fuzzy peach, but you probably haven’t heard of a hairy lemon!” Burgess then introduced the 2018 Harry E. Lemon Scholarship recipient, Ingrid Perce, and continued by highlighting information about each scholarship, its sponsor, and its winner.
New this year is the Tom Sawyer AVID Scholarship, which is named for a former principal. Its recipient, Erendira Mercado, said “AVID has been really helpful. They helped me pay for three SATs and the ACT.” AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing all students for college and other postsecondary opportunities. In Highline, AVID is an elective class that students can join in middle and high school.
When asked what they liked about HHS, some students answered the spirit, the people, the diversity, and those “who are trying to change the stigma of going to Highline High School,” explaining that the run-down building doesn’t represent the high quality of the students and teachers in it.
More than one student thanked Sydney Williams, HHS College and Career Access Specialist, for her invaluable help with college and scholarship applications.
University of Washington Seattle is the favorite choice of the graduates, with Western Washington University, Gonzaga University, Pomona College, Stanford University, Pacific Lutheran University, Colorado College, and George Fox University rounding out the list.
The Foundation’s annual golf tournament funds some of the scholarships. Alumni and staff (living or passed), family members, and BECU round out the remainder of the donors and scholarship namesakes.
The 2018 Highline High School Alumni Foundation Scholarship recipients are:
Mike Walsh Sponsors 4 Schloarships With New Donald Bunger Future Technology Award
Front Row: L-R Leann Barnes (Donald Bunger Future Technology Scholarship), Caitlynn Rahal, Nghi Lam, Noel Rodriguez (Walsh Family Scholarships)
Back Row: Sponsor Mike Walsh
Mike Walsh & Donald Bunger With Future Technology Award Winner Leann Barnes
Patti Burgess with Future Teacher Scholarship Recipient Valerie Tran
John P. Ashley & Family with Scholarship Recipient Christian Hagler
Howard Call (Former HHS Alumni President) Coach and Teacher to Offer $5,000 Scholarship for Class of 2019
Former Alumni Presidents - Howard Call and Sally Newton
Howard Call, former Alumni Association President, teacher and coach at Highline High School announced a preliminary offer at the Scholarship Celebration meeting to fund a scholarship for a Highline student in 2019 on the track team. More details to follow!
Highine HS to Relocate to Olympic Interim School in 2019-2020 For Remodel
New HHS Construction Preserves Past, Looks Ahead
Strong community support, including alumni, community members, families, staff and students, for Highline High School’s new construction assures that the chosen design will be reminiscent of the past, yet look to the future. Therebuilt north entry will use existing materials salvaged from the original main entrance, either existing brick or new brick matching the existing red brick veneer as closely as possible. The project team has been exploring possibilities for including historical pieces and honoring history in the new school. Final design approval by the school board will take place in 2018. Hopefully the ornamental busts of significant figures and Pirate stained-glass window will be preserved to welcome future generations of students. HHS will remain open one more year, then Olympic Interim School will house students for two years during construction, with the opening of the new and improved Highline High School slated for the fall of 2021.
Find additional information on the Highline High School & Highline Schools websites.
Membership Drive Information
Thanks to You… Our membership drive for 2017 brought in $22,070!
In 1995, the fledgling non-profit Highline High School Alumni Foundation awarded one $500 Harry Lemon Memorial Citizenship scholarship to a graduating HHS senior. In 2017, we gave scholarships in the following categories: Science, Mathematics, Business, English, Social Studies, World Language, Music, Fine Arts and Photography, seniors with special needs, seniors who made great strides to improve their success during their high school years (Turnaround), seniors exceptionally involved in school/community/volunteerism (citizenship), a future technology scholarship for a student who intends to enroll in a 4-year college in one the STEM disciplines, for students who are pursuing vocational education and a future teacher scholarship.
This year, two new scholarships will be awarded: The John P. Ashley Family Scholarship for an engineering or business student and the Tom Sawyer AVID Scholarship for a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) student. Tom Sawyer was principal of HHS in the 1990’s.
Our main funding sources are your Alumni memberships, plus generous donations, endowments and memorial gifts. Join us for $10 annually or become one of our 833 Lifetime Members for $100. We raise scholarship funds at our annual Golf Day and the All-Class Alumni Reunion and it is our privilege and honor each year to award the Alumni Hall of Fame Honorees and the HHS Alumnus of the Year. Please consider donating this year to this worthy cause.
Please make checks payable to: HHS Alumni Foundation, PO Box 66647, Burien, WA 98166
or pay by credit card on our Website under the Contribute Now tab.
We are searching for new volunteers with fresh ideas, alumni class representatives and more. We welcome your ideas for updates for our website, articles for our annual newsletter, and nominations for Alumnus of the Year and for the Alumni Hall of Fame. Have some information to post about an upcoming Class Reunion? Let us know the details and we’ll share it on our website.
If you are interested, contact:
Gary Korsgaard at email@example.com
Michele (Ham) Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Ostic at email@example.com
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2019 Alumni Board Members
Introducing Our Current Board Members:
President – Gary Korsgaard 1964
Vice President - Joanne Bakken Pease 1970
Treasurer - Scott Salzer 1971
Secretary - Martha Brock 1958
Member At Large - Sally Newton 1970, Tricia Anderson 1977
Alumni Soundings Coordinator – Michele Ham Miller 1978
Golf Day – Kevin Ostic 1971, Larry Olson 1960
Scholarships - Patti Burgess 1950, Tricia Anderson 1977
Membership - Cathy Low 1967
Website - Kevin Ostic 1971
Facebook Manager – Marc Anderson 1972
Athletic Hall of Fame – Howard Call 1957
What Highline Means To Me by Benji Box
What Highline Means to Me…
By Benji Box, winner of the 2017 Harry E. Lemon Memorial Scholarship
Highline is and always has been my second home. I am a third generation Pirate, with generations one and two both coming back to teach at this school. I have been involved with sports since my freshman year, always doing three sports a year. I have some of the greatest friends anybody could ever ask for, including both students and staff. I worked tirelessly this year to help pass Proposition1, which will help Highline Schools District ease the pressures they are currently feeling and rebuild Highline High School. Even before I was a freshman, I was at and around this school because my mother teaches here. This taught me to love the school and people here, so seeing people disrespect the school really makes me mad. I hope you consider me for this scholarship.
From a Grateful Joseph Swim-Balcom, 2017 English Department Scholarship Winner…
To the wonderful Highline High School Alumni Foundation,
It is a true honor to have been chosen as the recipient of the 2017 English Department Scholarship. As a freshman, I saw seniors being recognized who had won scholarships and dreamed of it being my turn, hearing my name called and accepting a scholarship. What you Alumni do for all of us Pirates is remarkable, it goes far beyond funding scholarships - it’s keeping the Pirate Legacy alive. As a low-income student, someone who has worked their tail off knowing I couldn’t afford college on my own, it means EVERYTHING to me that your generosity propelled me to being able to pay for college and allowed me to fulfill a long time dream. Please never for one second think you or your generosity is not appreciated, because it is. Moving forward, continuing my education, I will always have thanks and a gratitude for you in my heart. All through my mind next year, and even looking back as an adult and elder, I will cherish this honor, remember it, and continue to make you, and the rest of Highline proud.
(Joseph will be studying Journalism at WSU.)
Why I Want to be a Teacher…
By Alyda Marincovich, winner of the Patti Stewart Burgess Future Teacher Scholarship
I want to become a teacher because I have been influenced by so many great teachers in my time in school. I want to be able to make a difference in the lives of my students like so many of my teachers have made in mine. In my opinion, teaching is about more than having the students learn the material and be able to recite it for a test, it’s about helping them grow their interests and explore their interests. I would like to teach language art and social studies because those are the subjects where creativity can thrive. In language arts, students are able to explore worlds and apply what they learned to our own world. They can see what decisions the characters make that didn’t work out and figure out what they could have done differently if they were in the same situation. They can also write down any of their problems and solve them in their own way that may not be possible in real life; it give them the opportunity to see beyond themselves into what might be. With social studies, students are able to learn about those that came before us and get to know their world and explore their stories. They can learn from the mistakes of our forefathers to see that those don’t get repeated. The humanities are a place where students can learn from others to bring them into a more informed adulthood.
How You Can Contribute
Use the "Contribute Now" Page
And Donate to the Highline High School Alumni Foundation
The Alumni Foundation has partnered with E commercce processing to install a safe and reliable ecommence solution on the Contribute Now page so you can simply donate by using your credit or debit card. This option helps reduce our administrative expenses and make it easier to reach out to a wider network of former alumni and friends directly through the web. Our system has been live for years and is available for annual donations, golf hole sponsorships, the annual golf tournament, and reunions and you will immediately recieve a tax deductable receipt!
Ray Conner 2017 Alumnus of the Year
Congratulations, Ray Conner, Class of 1973
2017 HHS Alumni Foundation Alumnus of the Year
Recently retired Boeing Vice Chairman Ray Conner, who was previously President and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. The second highest ranking executive in the company, Conner started out as a mechanic on Boeing’s Renton factory floor building 727s. Yet another Highline High School Alum success story
2018 All Class Reunion Information)
The All Class Reunion was held May 19th in the auxilary gym. We had 29 member from classes 1949 to 1979. Everyone had a great time visiting with old friends and new!
If you are planning a reunion in 2017 contact Michele Ham Miller (Class of 1978) - Email Memill59@comcast.net
Please provide the following information: Class Year, Date & Time, Location, Reunion Contact Names and Phone Numbers, and Internet Links to Your Website.
Thanks to our 2018 Hole Sponsors!
Sunrise Financial Services - Madeline Kissler
Vision Collision - Justin Knowles
The Ashley Family - Jeff Ashley c/o 1977
Proficio Financial Services LLC - Mark D. Flaten c/o 1977
Class of 1945 - Betty Carter
Class of 1955 - Linda & Alden Esping
Sabrina Mandich DDS
Class of 1967 - Nancy Raume Carr
The Tin Room - Dan Haus
Class of 1972 - Marc Anderson
Special Products - Scott Salzer c/o 1971
Class of 1950 - Patti Stewart Burgess
Class of 1957 - Howard & Jackie Call
Pancake Chef - Loren Sisley
Pape Machinery - Scott Benham c/o 1987
Burien Trophy - Angie Coy-Jackson
Class of 1964 - Gary Korsgaard
Class of 1971- Kevin & Beth Ostic
Class of 1960- Larry & Dian Olson
Linn, Schisel & DeMarco - Julie Schisel
Hawthorne & Co. Inc. - David Hawthorne
Class of 1957 - Jack Kalina & classmates
Mike Scarff Subaru of Auburn - Jim Read
Ray Conner - c/o 1973
Barry Rodda, Class of 1963
Highline High School Alma Mater
Through the halls our voices ringing
Praising Alma Mater
Proudly we hear praises singing
As we stand together.
The Purple and the Gold
Loyally we pledge ourselves
to our colors bold.
Words and music written by Diane Williams Read, Class of 1950. Diane received a $15.00 reward and says, "Too bad there weren't royalties!" Diane is one of our newest Lifetime Members. Thank you and welcome, Diane!
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