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June 16, 2019

Alumni Join Celebration of Marylin Avenue’s 60th Birthday

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Posted: Thursday, June 6, 2019 12:00 am

For sixty years, Marylin Avenue Elementary School has been a fixture of the Livermore community – a place where children in the neighborhood gathered to learn, play, and establish bonds that would last a lifetime. On May 23, during the school’s Open House, Marylin Avenue celebrated its 60th anniversary as an elementary school – bringing together community members, families, and alumni to recognize the school’s meaningful impact in their lives.

The multipurpose room in Marylin Avenue Elementary School evoked generations of memories. The walls were covered with six decades’ worth of photographs, newspaper clippings, t-shirts, letters from alumni, and the school colors – both the old orange and black colors, and the current teal and black. Down the center of the room, six benches represented each decade of the school, decorated by students, for alumni, parents, and staff to sign based on when they were associated with the campus.

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