Gail Mueller, left, and Mary Ellen Smithson stand proudly next to the Kennewick High Lions reunion sign at their 60th class reunion Friday. Both were cheerleaders and have known each other since elementary school. Mueller let the alumni hold the first part of their reunion at her family owned funeral home on First Avenue in Kennewick.
Gail Mueller, left, and Mary Ellen Smithson stand proudly next to the Kennewick High Lions reunion sign at their 60th class reunion Friday. Both were cheerleaders and have known each other since elementary school. Mueller let the alumni hold the first part of their reunion at her family owned funeral home on First Avenue in Kennewick. Sean Bassinger Tri-City Herald
Gail Mueller, left, and Mary Ellen Smithson stand proudly next to the Kennewick High Lions reunion sign at their 60th class reunion Friday. Both were cheerleaders and have known each other since elementary school. Mueller let the alumni hold the first part of their reunion at her family owned funeral home on First Avenue in Kennewick. Sean Bassinger Tri-City Herald

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