Fifty-Year Reunion for JWHS

We invite all JWHS alumni to attend!

Jackson, Wyoming USA, 2016-Jun-22 — /EPR Network/ — Jackson-Wilson HS class of 1966 will celebrate its 50th Reunion as all Alumni gather for a two-day event September 2-3, 2016 in renowned Jackson Hole, Wyoming!

Join the graduates of Jackson-Wilson High as they gather for their 50th reunion in the well-known “Last of The Old West” resort community Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Find yourself near the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park this Labor Day! We expect a powerful turnout as many well-known guests and potential surprise celebrities get involved.

This small Wyoming town has been host to millions who have made it one of the choice vacation spots in the United States. Known for its wooden sidewalks, rustic atmosphere, wildlife, recreation, delightful shopping, and the gorgeous Teton range, Jackson is now a mecca for the well-heeled visitor throughout the world.

America’s most recognized film stars made Jackson Hole famous. Wayne, Berry, Ladd, Douglas, Ford, Fonda, Eastwood, Heston, Rutherford, Main, O’Hara. Tarantino, Foxx, and dozens of other film icons contribute to the popularity of Jackson Hole. Over the years, the home of JWHS has also been popular for winter sports, art, music, political and media favorites.

Most returning graduates of JWHS are not among the rich and famous, but during the last fifty years they’ve been witness to the change that occurs when the millionaires drive out natives, and billionaires finally move in. Yes, Labor Day will be a milestone weekend this year for everyone!

More information about the JWHS reunion can be found at  Media should contact Sharon Nethercott, head of the 50th Reunion Committee at (307) 733-4633,

Jackson Hole was originally named Jackson’s Hole for Davey Jackson, a mountain man who trapped in this area during the late 1800’s. “Hole” was a term used in that day to describe a high mountain valley. Only 3% of the land in the Jackson Hole area is privately owned. 97% of the 3,826,407 acres in Teton County are federally owned or state managed, including the Grand Teton National Park, the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and the National Elk Refuge.

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