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Alhambra High class of 2003 hosts reunion

The Alhambra High School Class of 2003 Reunion Committee is hosting the class' 10-year high school reunion on Nov. 30. Alumni will be dancing to tunes from the early 2000s and snacking on all-you-can-eat Mexican food. The party will also include two complimentary drinks, a cash bar, a photo booth, and a raffle.

Reunion committee chair Tiffany Chin Luong, a former member of AHS student government, is looking forward to reliving her favorite moments from high school. "Homecoming was a highlight of senior year because it was a culmination of so many aspects of high school for me," Luong said. "With the crowning of homecoming court, as the fireworks burst into the air, all of the Associated Student Body erupted into cheers because it was our first time ordering pyrotechnics. We got to see all this come together in a magical way on a night that celebrated Alhambra High School."

Luong urged all members of the class of 2003 to attend the reunion and catch up with old friends. "I'm excited about the reunion because I've always been inspired by and believed in people returning to their roots to revisit and reflect on the journey into adulthood," she said. "I'm interested in exchanging travel stories, hearing about how people are navigating parenthood, and supporting my classmates in their business endeavors."

The AHS Class of 2003 reunion will take place on Saturday, Nov. 30, from 6:30-10 p.m. at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra. Members of the class of 2003 can purchase tickets for $40 on the event website and $45 at the door. Dress code is cocktail attire.

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