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Are you ready for our 50th High School Reunion Cruise! If you haven't signed up yet, the current pricing through May 12, 2016 is:
Interior $599 with onboard credits up to $150 per stateroom
Oceanview $799 with onboard credits up to $150 per stateroom
Balcony $999 with onboard credits up to $300 per stateroom
Mini-Suite $1299 with onboard credits up to $300 per stateroom
Suite $1999 with onboard credits up to $300 per cabin
Taxes and port fees are $155 per person.
This is a 6 day cruise on the Ruby Princess on April 29, 2017 from Los Angeles to Vancouver with stops in San Francisco, CA, Astoria, OR and Victoria, and Vancouver, BC, Canada. If you have not been to Butchart Gardens in Victoria before this is a must see! The flowers are unbelievable!
I hope you will join us on this fun filled cruise. As with all of our reunion plans, you don't have to be from our class to join us. To book in our group, please contact our AAA agent Kathryn Kiperash at 208-666-5701 or e-mail her at KathrynKiperash@aaawa.com.
Mention the BHS reunion cruise. Do not go thru Princess cruises to book because Kathryn is the agent and deals with Princess. There may be other perks added for the group as we add more bookings.
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
We are sad to learn from Michael's wife, Kathie, that he passed away September 15, 2015, after a two- year battle with cancer. We send our deepest condolences to Kathie and the family.
Michael Howard Lewis
Aug. 15, 1949 - Sep. 15, 2015
Michael Howard Lewis, son of Howard and Hazel Lewis, husband, father, brother, uncle, and constant helping hand, is loved as acutely as he is missed. Always eager to help others, Michael sought out and valued close-knit communities wherever he was. From Guam to Oklahoma, Michael enjoyed being a part of something larger than himself. He made friends everywhere he went, with his offbeat sense of humor and appreciation for the kindness of others. Michael loved flying, sailing, travelling, eating good food, listening to live music, playing with kids and dogs -- but above all, he loved his family and friends. Michael spoke fondly of his childhood in Burbank, CA. It was there that he found his passion for flying, which eventually led him to Continental Airlines and Guam. Michael loved the community and looseness of island life and spent his free time on the beach and sailing. After his contract in Guam Operations was up, Michael transferred to Hawaii, where he got to know Kathie. Just a week after they started dating, Michael began applying for jobs that would take him to the mainland, where Kathie lived. Ten days after he got a job in Los Angeles, Michael and Kathie were married.
The next 34 years would see Michael in three different states -- Oklahoma, California, and finally, Nevada. In each state he found lifelong friends, whether it was in his neighborhood in Broken Arrow, Thursday breakfasts at Nini’s in Burlingame, or at LifePoint Church in Minden, where he loved working Guest Central and being in fellowship with his small group. He also treasured the community at Century 21 Clark Properties, where he was a realtor for the past nine years. Michael was known for his good attitude, his example of perseverance, and his will to live. He was baptized in Lake Tahoe and had a quiet and steady faith. He loved seeing the colors change in the Genoa wetlands and watching the sunsets and sunrises. He will be remembered for having a spirit even more full than he would pack the dishwasher.
Michael continues to live in the hearts of his wife, Kathie, his daughter, Erin, his son-in-law, Chris, and the rest of the Lewis, Hughes, Carpenter, and Churchill families. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, October 17, 2016, at LifePoint Church, 1095 Stephanie Way, Minden. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to the Carson Tahoe Health Foundation for either the sponsor of a stay at the Merriner Cottages or their Cancer Resource Center -- both in support of the comfort and care of cancer patients.