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Number of records:
Alumni: 10
Friends/Members: 2
Current: 1


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What's New?

30 Jun 2009   Alumni: William Ethan Enkey
15 Feb 2009   Alumni: Sherrie Ila Feist (Kindall)
09 Feb 2009   Friend: Laurie Davies
12 Nov 2008   Alumni: Gustavo Daniel Gramajo
08 Feb 2008   Alumni: Jorge L Branto
10 Oct 2007   Alumni: Tyler Wayne Jewkes
28 Sep 2007   Friend: Blaine Dennis
02 Jan 2007   Alumni: Mauricio Alejandro Guarda
14 Dec 2006   Alumni: Larry Matthew Christensen
26 Jul 2006   *Current: James Larry Manning
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