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Here is the latest information we have on members of the Class of '66. In some cases the information is ten or 15 years old. Please let us know if you find errors or have new information.
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Class of '65
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In Memoriam

Sounds of LHS
The Way it was in '66
Reunion Photos

10th Reunion -- 1976
20th Reunion -- 1986

25th Reunion -- 1991
30th Reunion -- 1996
40th Reunion -- 2006
45th Reunion -- 2011
50th Reunion -- 2016
Norway Trip-- 2016

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Class of '64
Class of '67
Class of '68

Classmates in the news...

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“Molly, Deeter, and Susie”
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Chieftain Chieftain 1966
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Vets


Many members of the Class of '66 served our country in various branches of the Armed Services following high school. At our 50th Reunion in September we showed a tribute to them that Ron and Mary Sue Albers created. As we celebrate Veterans Day this week we are happy to provide this link for you to watch the presentation.

Class of '66 Veterans Tribute

Thank you for your service!

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Fabulous 50th was fun! Let's do it again.

Half a century, five decades, 50 years. Can't be. But it is. Half a century after picking up diplomas at Loveland High School, the LHS Class of '66 celebrated its 50th Anniversary Reunion the weekend of September 16-18 in Loveland. We hiked, we golfed, we talked, we got up close with alpacas, we drank, we visited, we danced, we ate, we talked, we toured, we ate, we listened, we laughed, we got serious, we discussed, we ate, we talked, we worshipped, we ate, we talked, we reminisced, we ate and talked, and then we danced some more. For one glorious weekend we turned the clocks back 50 years, and it was as if we were still in high school.

The original Meteors, Loveland's own rock and roll band from the sixties, came back together again to entertain, and the dance floor was full. It was just like the good old days when they played for Wigwam in the basement of the Community Building.

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