This stunning 1972 T-top Corvette convertible is a bit young to be representing the Class of ’64 for their 50th Reunion entry in the Los Alamos High School Homecoming Parade, but it is so beautiful and its owner, Mike Luna is also a LAHS grad . . . well, we just couldn’t resist.
In spite of the closed street and construction project, the County agreed to allow the LAHS Homecoming Parade to proceed from 4th Street on Central all the way to Canyon Road and then to Sullivan Field.
We were excited to showcase our community to returning classmates and are grateful to Mike Johnson, Debbie Garcia and LAHS, the Holiday Inn Express, The Lodge, Ashley Pond, Urban Park and Los Alamos County Staff, Los Alamos Public School Foundation, Georgia Strickfaden of Buffalo Tours, the LA History and Bradbury Science Museums, Valles Caldera National Preserve, the LA Golf Course, Rick Nebel, Mike Luna, Armando Jaramillo, LA Daily Post, KRSN, the Monitor, Betty Ehart Senior Center, Smith’s, Sue Dummer and the Manhattan Project, Red Barn Screen Prints, LA Chamber of Commerce, and all the wonderful individuals, businesses and groups in the NNM region that helped us make this event (Sept. 19, 20 and 21) a great success.
This is a truly nifty experience for so many who have spread out so far from Los Alamos to be back in the Enchanted part of the Land of Enchantment! A huge thank you to each and every one of you!