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Rifle High Schools class of 1967 is planning a reunion June 16 and 17 at Rifle Gap. Plans include a catered picnic, and those attending are invited to bring musical instruments to entertain and join in an old-fashioned hootenanny.To secure reservations and for more information, contact Gail Layne Coombs at, Bob Wood at or Beckie Garlits Poucher at

Ceramic artist Joe Brecha of Clay Art Center in Tacoma, Wash., will present his techniques April 5-8. A specialist in terra sigillata and special firing techniques, Joe will lead participants in the hands-on preparation and use of terra sigillata. This workshop will also focus on two different firing techniques utilizing the unique qualities of terra sigillata: foil sagger and naked raku. Participants will love the results. Call the Clay Center at 963-2529 to register; deadline is March 30.

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