2021 Community Wide Reunion

The Community Wide Reunion could be the largest since the annual event began seven years ago.

The Community Wide Reunion could be the largest since the annual event began seven years ago.

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Seventh annual Community Wide Reunion is coming together for the weekend of Aug. 20-22.
FRIDAY: Friday kicks off the annual reunion with a public library video yearbook display for most of the day, and music provided by The Coaches Band beginning at 7 p.m. at the Fallon Theatre.
SATURDAY: Breakfast and a Show-n-shine Car Show and Antique Tractors kicks off Saturday from 8 a.m.-noon at the William N. Pennington Life Center. Breakfast is $8 and $5 for children 10 and under. Open swim at the City Pool from 10 a.m.-6. p.m., a conversation with Billy Joe and the Dusty 45s at the Oats Park Arts Center at 3 p.m. and tour the galleries.
Enjoy a free concert with Billy Joe and The Dusty 45s at 7:30 p.m. The celebration continues after the concert at the Arts Bar and Oats Park Art Center.
The Dusty 45s have toured extensively and they backed Rock and Roll hall of famer Wanda Jackson multiple times. A highlight with Jackson was when they joined her opening for Adele's "21" tour in 2011.
The Dusty 45s have also shared the stage with many other musical greats including, Lyle Lovett, Brandi Carlisle, John Prine, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Lucinda Williams, Leann Rhymes, Michael Franti & Spearhead to name a few. Huels also enjoyed starring as Buddy Holly at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre and in 2019 interviewed Ken Burns for Seattle’s PBS affiliate (KCTS) regarding his 2019 documentary, “Country Music.”
The Dusty 45s have released seven recordings. The 2014 album, “Live and On Fire,” showcases the best of their bold and brassy sound recorded live in Seattle. The band is working on a new recording due out this year.
The reunion begins at 4 p.m.at Oats Park, and the Classes of 1960 and 1961 will be honored. Food, along with beer and wine, will be for sale or bring your own picnic to the park.
SUNDAY: Many individual classes are planning breakfast get-togethers on Sunday.
TOURS: Tours and activities planned for Saturday include the following: Churchill County Museum (10 a.m.-5 p.m.), Frey Ranch Distillery (noon-4 p.m.) Old High School, Cottage School, Fallon/Churchill Volunteer Fire Department, Douglass House, The Old Post Office and Chat with Mayor Tedford at City Hall, (all from 1-4 p.m.), and Oats Park School/Art Center (4-6 p.m.)
1950-52: Mamie Buhlig
1955 - Contact pgetto@cccomm.net.
1959 – Edna Diandra
1960-61 (Honorees)
1963 – Steve Hansen
1966- Pete Summerbell
The class of 1966 of Churchill County High School will be having a reunion luncheon Aug. 21 at noon at The Grid prior to the alumni concerts at Oats Park. Questions? Give Roger a call at 775-427-9648
1967 – Chuck Sanches
1969 – Eileen Montgomery
1970 – Crystal Wickware
1971 - Cindy L. Sullivan (775) 376-3705
Vicki Fudge Paul (775) 427-8173
1975 – Mike Berney
1976 – Ava Case
1977 – Karla Kent
1979 – Michelle Berney
1980 – Debbie Coverston
1981 – Mitch Young, Teri Peck
1983 – Kelly Smith Frost
1984 – Stacy Harriman
1987 — Rachel Dahl
1991 – Monyca Jensen
For questions go to communityreunionfallon@gmail.com or call 775-423-5465. Find the reunion on Facebook (Fallon/Churchill County Community Reunion)


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