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Welcome to the Tascosa High School Class Of 1971 web site!


Hello fellow grads,

As we, finally, start to crawl out from under the cloud of the Covid pandemic our thoughts have turned towards the planning of the 50th class reunion.  Some of us have been ready to bust out of our Covid confines for months while others are a bit more cautious, or maybe even fearful about being around a large crowd.  We have always tried to plan a reunion that everyone can have a great time and, also, feel comfortable in attending.  For these reasons and other considerations, such as time constraints in planning an event of this size, we want to push back the 50th reunion from our traditional July 4th weekend to Labor Day weekend.  We feel Labor Day weekend will give the reunion committee the extra time needed to plan and give our fellow grads more time to adjust to our post-pandemic world. 

        Also, we have decided to keep our format of a mixer event on Friday evening and a dance on Saturday night.  We feel this gives everyone the greatest opportunity to reconnect with as many of our old friends as possible.  So, mark your calendars now for Friday September 3rd & Saturday September 4th to attend what may be the last class reunion. 

        What can you do to help?  Obviously, we need money and volunteers to pull this off.   Soon, we will start collecting donations, scouting out locations, paying deposits, and organizing the various committees.  Please help where you can and send your money as soon as possible. 

Contact Us

For questions contact:

Jim Rayburn (website and Facebook page)



For questions regarding volunteering and payments contact:

Brad Wilson