Open to all Cougars — no matter what year one graduated — the has generated a lot of interest among Half Moon Bay Patch readers.
The three-day weekend event kicking off on Friday, July 20, is soldout with 625 alumni and guests attending, said Cathy Voisard, reunion committee member. No tickets will be sold at the door.
Still, there are other ways to join in on the weekend fun. A radio station will play hits from the 1970s all weekend long. By tuning into KHMB Radio 1710 and calling 726-1710 with comments, dedications and requests, Cougars can hear tunes and more from the "official radio station of the reunion," said Voisard.
Other reunion highlights include a dance at the on Friday, a reunion at the on Half Moon Bay's Main St. on Saturday, and a goodbye get-together at on Sunday.
Can't wait, or are unable to attend? Bring back all the memories by viewing the , courtesy of Voisard.
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Here’s a look at the reunion’s itinerary:
Friday, July 20
12 p.m.: As you arrive in town, tune into KHMB Radio 1710 the "official radio station of the reunion." Call in to 726-1710 with comments, dedications, requests, and enjoy 70's music all weekend!
6 p.m. The Icebreaker Party begins at the Old Princeton Landing. This is a free event. If you haven't eaten, the Silver Star Grill will be open until 10 p.m. serving food right in the bar.
7 p.m. The music begins and will go until midnight. Many surprise special guests as well as publicized bands will entertain you.
Saturday, July 21
8 a.m. Cougar Coffee Klatch will commence at the Moonside Bakery to cheer the runners on.
8:30 a.m. Reunion Fun Run meets at the Half Moon Bay Review for a four-mile run/ walk down Main Street up to Higgins Canyon and back and ending at the Half Moon Bay Coffee Co. to revive.
3 p.m. The doors open to the reunion at 3 p.m. at IDES Hall. Come wearing school colors! (The event is sold out. No tickets sold at the door.)
5 p.m. The bar opens.
6 p.m. The buffet opens.
7-10 p.m. Live band, awards, teachers recognition, and more surprises than you can imagine. The will hold a raffle. Cougar Boosters will be represented as well.
11 p.m. Reunion karaoke event. Grand Prize is a 1,500-song karaoke set.
Sunday, July 22
11 a.m. Reunion sponsored free brunch at Cameron's. Limited continental breakfast will be offered, but you are welcome to order off the menu as well. A good place to unwind after what promises to be one of the most exciting weekends the Coast has seen in a long time.
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