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.
Yes, this is a legitimate project of CHSAA. Beginning in 1990 and continuing every four years since, CHSAA has contracted with Publishing Concepts, Inc. to publish an all-alumni directory. To do this, PCI undertakes the task of adding the names of alumni from the four most recent graduating classes + contacting all other alumni to have their contact information updated. Many alumni purchase the directory (usually between 400 and 600) and tell us how useful it is. In addition, PCI provides CHSAA with the updated database at the end of the project.
Keeping the CHS alumni database current without PCI’s help would be impossible for CHSAA. As an all-volunteer organization, we lack the training, skills, equipment and time to do what PCI does. Having accurate records means CHSAA can help reunion committees, and we can also include in the Tiger Rag the names of alumni who have passed away.
Please call 1-866-379-2023 soon to verify your information.
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.
Growing up in Ontario in the 1950s, our neighborhood gang of boys was blessed to have two major influences for a happy future life: the Boy Scouts and the Ontario Daily Report which allowed us to layer on some real-life work experience. – Vern Kerr