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Shelter #2, Edmonds City Park
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book cover

 EXTRAS!   60th Reunion Keepsake Book (2018)
  Some 60th Anniversary Reunion books are still available (2018 print overruns). Click on photo for a larger view. If you'd like one, or more, call Sue Embree at to arrange delivery.

Edmonds Waterfront Center, under construction
 Edmonds Waterfront Center
Donate to the solar panel project at the new Edmonds Waterfront Center (previously the Edmonds Senior Center) and help the Class of 1958 be named a "Solar Champion" on a plaque to be mounted inside the Center.

list of contributors UPDATE: Mar 04, 2023:
Temporary list honoring contributors to the center showing our Class of 1958 (for its contribution to the solar panels project). A permanent plaque will be installed when all donations are complete.    -photo by Sue (Embree) Hoekstra-

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UPDATE: Feb 15, 2021: Per notice from Ward Phillips, well over $10,000 has been donated by various classmates.
UPDATE: April 19, 2021: Our class will be remembered on a plaque at the Center congratulations to all who contributed! A 'Virtual Tour' with Rick Steves is being given on Thursday, April 22nd, during the Grand Opening. EWC Videos
How you can help:
1. Make your donation check payable to: Edmonds Senior Center
2. On your check memo line, enter: EHS'58 Solar Panel Fund
3. Mail to the attention of: Daniel Johnson, Edmonds Senior Center, P O Box 717, Edmonds, WA 98020
4. Please DO NOT use the Donate option on the Center's Website, as your contribution will NOT be included in the Class of 1958 total.

To learn more about the Center, visit:  Edmonds Waterfront Center
For the local newspaper article about the Center and our classmate Ward Phillips' interest in and support of this project, go to: "My Edmonds News" Article

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