Foundation member Susan Marshall Gordon '64 is still hoping for a portable air conditioning unit for the Crawford Student Store. Email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help.
After three years in the Manzanita League, Crawford is returning to the City Conference. The Colts left the City to get their football program in order. That was accomplished as Crawford won the Manzanita League title and finished 10-3 overall, losing 21-7 to Coronado in the section Division V title game last season. The City, like the North County Conference, will releague every two years.
Here is what the City leagues will look like for the 2016 football season:
League 1 — Cathedral Catholic, Madison, Mira Mesa, Point Loma, St. Augustine.
League 2 — Christian, Lincoln, Mission Bay, Morse, Scripps Ranch.
League 3 — Hoover, La Jolla, Patrick Henry, Serra, University City.
League 4 — Clairemont, Coronado, Crawford, Kearny, San Diego.
The City Conference leagues will be called City, Central, Eastern and Western, but names have not yet been assigned.
Doug Kelimoff lived at 5495 Redwood Street when this photo was taken in 1955. The family moved to El Cajon the following year and he graduated from Grossmont in 1969. Click HERE if you'd like to see the rest of the snapshots he shared.
Kathy Keeyes Antus '68 sends a link to "Gratitude" the 6-minute film her classmate Louie Schwartzberg shared during a TED talk.
I'm trying to get caught up on the Golden Anniversary Pacers. Click HERE to check out the November 10, 1965 issue. Candy Groves was elected Homecoming Queen, Linda Todd was named ROTC Cadet Queen, Peggi Blackman was chosen November Girl of the Month and Steve Luttbeg and June Reznikoff were the Senior Sketches