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Private Reception/Buffet/Socializing, $ 90.00 before 07/28/2019, $ 100.00 after 07/28/2019. Informal Cocktail Attire Suggested. No Host Cash Bar. All reunion prices are per person.
Reunion alumni directory/biography booklets are complimentary with alumni reunion attendance. Walk-in reservations will only be accepted if space permits.
Sleeping Room Reservations: Courtyard by Marriott Pasadena/Monrovia or call 800-927-8195, mention Temple City High School Class of 1989 Reunion for very special pricing, space is limited, offer expires 8/28/19.
Make your music requests to the organizers before 8/28/19.
REUNION hashtag: #TCHS1989.
"Rampage newspaper staff member Philycius Tjong placed second in news writing. Rampage staff Kailyn Huang, Christina Zhang, Thalia Loi, Zoe Hsu, Kaiya Pomeroy-Tso, Kathryn Hoang, Steven Salas, Tuan Nguyen, Jackie Sun, Elisa Xu, Matthew Kwan and Michelle Le all placed in their competition categories."
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"In 2019 Temple City American Little League will celebrate its 65th season. If you have any pictures, stories, memories, or memorablia that you would like to share from your time or your children's time in the league, please submit them to email@example.com. Opening Ceremonies are tentatively planned for March 2nd. We invite all alumni to attend. Please spread the word to anyone you know who was a part of TCALL.
Want to do it? Email Judy Parker-Matz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Come one come all girls and guys. Fun!, Fun! Fun!
UPDATE 1/24/18 — No further information in the case has been received.
UPDATE 6/14/18 — According to the San Diego Tribune, Bentz has been declared dead, and "a former acquaintance is being accused in the death.
"Police said then that it was unlike Bentz to simply disappear without contacting family or friends."
Police investigators eventually identified Brian Hancock as a suspect in the death. Bentz’s body has not been found.
The Tribune continued, "Hancock, a San Diego County resident, was already in jail on unrelated charges that included cruelty to a child, burglary and possessing drugs for sale. He was re-booked on suspicion of murder on June 8, when he pleaded not guilty to a murder charge with allegations he has past convictions for arson and burglary going back to the 1990s."
Hancock is being held in lieu of $2 million in bail, facing 75 years to life in prison if convicted. Police and district attorney officials did not discuss the relationship between the two men.
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