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                                This year, the alumni picnic will be hosted at the recently rebuilt Federal Way High School in the lower commons courtyard.

Olivia Sullivan/staff photo This year, the alumni picnic will be hosted at the recently rebuilt Federal Way High School in the lower commons courtyard.

81st Annual Alumni Picnic welcomes graduates from all four Federal Way high schools

The picnic will be held from 12-3 p.m. at Federal Way High School.

From Eagles and Titans, to Gators and Raiders, all graduates from Federal Way are welcome to attend the 81st Annual Alumni Picnic this Sunday, Aug. 18.

Organized by members of Federal Way High School’s class of 1963, this summertime tradition has been ongoing for more than eight decades.

This year, the picnic will be hosted at Federal Way High School in the lower commons courtyard from 12-3 p.m. The day includes a class of 1965 plaque dedication ceremony at 1:45 p.m. and a tour of the recently rebuilt high school at 2 p.m.

“2019 now brings the Eagles home to the new Federal Way High campus,” stated an event flyer.

Hot dogs and trimmings will be provided; alumni are encouraged to contribute potluck-style with salads, desserts, chips and non-alcoholic beverages or water.

The annual alumni picnic is open to all graduates from any of the four Federal Way high schools. Federal Way High School is located at 30611 16th Ave. S.

For more information, visit fwclass63.com or text Christopher Stone at 253-569-6901.

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