Are You Proud to Be A Tiger?

If you fondly remember your years at Chaffey, keep in touch by joining the Chaffey High School Alumni Association. As a benefit of membership, you’ll receive the Tiger Rag alumni newsletter three times a year. Each 40-page issue has information on CHSAA activities, class reunions, campus news, alumni who has passed on, and interesting historical and community information.

Joining is easy – just click the “Join” button in the menu and choose your membership level. You’ll receive an acknowledgment of your membership, a welcome letter, the latest issue of the Tiger Rag and a membership card to confirm your membership. Once a Tiger, always a Tiger.

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Nelson Gray - shot putter- 1931
Whatever Happened To

1932 Olympics

William Graber – CHS Class of 1929, Nelson Gray – CHS Class Unknown, Ernest Payne – CHS Class of 1925; all 3 had Olympic-sized dreams for 1932.

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Zoom Class Reunion
Reunion Reports

Class of 1959 Uses Zoom for Monthly Mini-Reunions

Sharon Chez Salcido ’59 and James Kilgore ’59 began exchanging e-mails regularly following the CHS ’59 60-year reunion in 2019. When they realized they were both participating in a lot of Zoom meetings with various community organizations, friends and relatives, they wondered if they should try it with CHS classmates.

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Alumni Nostalgia

Rudi Pock's Hi-Fi - Front Window
Alumni Nostalgia

Rudi Pock’s Hi-Fi

Rudi Pock’s, there was a certain smell to the place, probably from a combination of paper record jackets, album covers and an admixture of fumes from the records and vinyl. – Vern Kerr

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