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Jose' Boix

What a great way to start the morning with such an uplifting letter by Ms Dinh-Zarr. A tremendous story of a community, school and an immigrant family. A shining example defining the benefits of having an awesome diverse culture. Thank you for sharing your immigrant experiences!

Charles Douglas

Tho> I'm elated that you and your family are prosperous and well. I see where you were the class President at BHS, and also that your brothers are surgeons in the medical profession. Seeing that Vietnamese Refugees like your family had an opportunity to live full lives in peace is why many of my fellow Americans and comrades in arms were willing to risk our lives so others could do what you are doing now,....enjoying a wonderful experience of living. Congratulations on all your accomplishments.

Kelly Naschke

Ball High class of 86 here. It was such a mixing pot of cultures that it was pretty much impossible to graduate without multi cultural friends and appreciation of different cultures.

Paula Flinn

Congratulations, Ball High class of ‘89.

May you have 30 more years to celebrate!

I graduated from Ursuline Academy in 1959!

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