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Las Cruces High

Las Cruces High School (LCHS) Class of 1966 will be celebrating its 50th Class Reunion this coming October! Our Reunion details are confirmed:

WHEN: October, 14, 15, 16, 2016
WHERE: Hotel Encanto
COST: $85 per person
ACTIVITIES: Friday, October 14, 6 – 10 pm: Sign –In and Reception, Hotel Encanto, Azul Patio
Saturday, October 15, 2 – 4 pm: Tour of extensively remodeled school
Saturday, October 15, 7 pm – MIDNIGHT: Dinner/Dance
Sunday, October 16, 1 – 4 pm: Memorial service for our Vietnam Veterans at Veterans Memorial Park

Judi Ewing Monet:
Sandy Carson:
Frieda Chavez 575-640-7082
Nora Marrujo 575-649-0086

LCHS Alumni: also see the alumni site at (This site is not affiliated with nor sanctioned by Las Cruces Public Schools.)

Call for 1991 LCHS Grads: We are looking for 1991 LCHS Graduates interested in being on our Reunion committee. Please contact Sandy Wilcox-Moulton at if at all interested. Thank You.

Mayfield High

No information available.

Oñate High

Oñate Alumni: Contact Debbie Trevizo, (527-9430, for information not found here.

Other Schools

Attention Miss Wood’s 1966-1967 class at Booker T. Washington: “My class of third graders were very special to me and I loved them dearly. We were in a temporary classroom in the school yard and became rather like a little family. I would very much like to find out what they are doing now. Could you put out a request asking anyone who was in Miss Woods 3rd grade class in 1966 to get in touch with me at I live in London now as I have done for the last 26 years, but I would love to hear from anyone of them!”

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