Alumni names for each of the photos? We need some help with identifying names of alumni in all of the photos posted. Please use the web site contact button at the top of the page.
Please send us your good willed humorous captions via the Website Contact icon at the top of the page.
These are random photos taken at the Oct. 2009 Reunion. Reunion DVD ordering information is noted below
This is the 2nd in a series of photos taken during the October 2009 Reunion, wherein we are seeking captions from Alumni. The first two photos posted generated a total of seven captions, which may be seen here
We want to engage alumni to come up with photo captions for a series of photos taken during the October 2009 Reunion. We will post two photos at a time and wait for alumni captions to be sent in, as we receive them they will be posted under each numbered photo.
Wagon trains, settlers, Indians, cowboys, dust, floods, humor, unexpected severe weather and most certainly Chuck Wagons are a part of American history. Chuck Wagons, cooking and Model TT’s are a passion of Wayne Calk, Class of 1964. In fact he has been featured on the Food Channel at the Ruidoso, NM competition Chuck Wagon cook-off!!
There was a gathering of Old Del Rio High School grads on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at the Gruene Door Restaurant in Gruene Texas. The group is increasing in number and in diverse graduating dates from previous luncheons. Those present Wednesday included Max Stool, Gracie Lou (Daniels) Roberts, Carolyn (Wease) Brown, Yvonne (Reppeto) Ratliff, Dixie Dee (Harrison) Wallace and John Nyfeler, variously from New Braunfels, San Antonio, and Austin.
Click to enlargePhoto locations Top L-R1) Amistad Dam2) Black Brush Ramp3) Box Canyon Ramp4) Cow Creek5) Diego's fishing camp in Mexico below the mouth of the Pecos.6) Governor's Landing7) Hwy 90 Bridge8) Marker 289) Pecos High Bridge Ramp10) Salem's Point11) Submergered pickupCurrently Amistad is at 1,129.7 ft, preferred level 1,117, full 1,140 ftYou tube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1LojXqoWKo
My little sister, Mackie, was my first companion, my first intimate peer relationship. I was two and a half years old when she was born. From each other we learned "sharing", the process of give and take that makes human relationships work. I still remember when it dawned on me that of all the family I have, my closest kin is my sister. We have no other siblings.
Uniqueness defines who Del Rio Wildcats are and Barbara (Winn) Mangum, Class of 1959 exemplifies this definition.