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6/8/2013 A message from Lynn Pollard Stevens on turning 70. Yikes...!
Now, it's 2013, and I've turned 70 !!! For a low-key celebration, my two "kids" took me on a 3-day cruise out of Long Beach. We kayaked off Catalina Island and rode horses in Ensenada, Mexi
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Mike and I married in July after Graduation. We just celebrated our 50th ann. After the wedding we lived in many small towns around the state, as Mike worked for the Az.Dept.of Transportation. He was transferred back to Phx. in 1967. I was a home body until our daughters were born, Kelly in 1969 then Jenny in 1971. After that I was a home mom until Jenny was in 2nd grade. At that time, I took a job at Indian Bend Elem. School as an Instructional Aide in the Special Ed. Dept. where I taught reading for the next 12 years. I then transfered to the Title I program and continued to teach reading to 1st thru 6th grades. I retired in 2001 and we moved to Dewey in 2003 where we built a wonderful home. After Mike's retirement from ADOT he worked for IBM in computer security. We are both retired now and doing all the things we love to do. He does wood working, oil painting, and he is an amateur astronomer withe his own observatory. I love quiltmaking and tole painting. We have 4 grandchildren, Evan 19, Caroline 14, Ben 4, and brand new Violet, 2 1/2 months. Life is good!!!!!
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