Serena High School Class of 1964 donates $22,192 to school

Gift to be used for a digital touchscreen legacy board

(From left) Larry Baxter, Lynn Misselt, Robert Sebby, Don Revelle, Superintendent Rich Faivre, Karen Risk, Elaine Ostrem, Richard Selvig, Jane Walters, Darrell Cochran, John Hougas, Dale Morsch, Jim Temple, Robert Combs and Emma Larson take part in a donation from the Serena High School Class of 1964 to the school.

The Serena High School Class of 1964 recently held its 60th reunion and donated a class gift of $22,192 to the school for a digital touchscreen legacy board.

Class member Keith Lucas gave each attendee a thumb drive with four hours of music from the class’s high school years. The program pointed out that this class went through high school without the benefit of Google. Typing and shorthand were among the classes taught, and there were no competitive sports for girls.

During this class’s high school years, John F. Kennedy was assassinated, Elvis Presley and The Beatles came into popularity in American culture, and the Vietnam War and civil rights movement were starting.

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