Lincoln Lynx Alumni Association
Lincoln High School, Seattle, Washington

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About Us

This is the official website of the Lincoln Lynx Alumni Association of Lincoln High School in Seattle, Washington. The school closed in 1981 but reopened as Lincoln High School, home of the Lynx, in the fall of 2019! The building was refurbished several years ago and housed several Seattle schools while their buildings were being rebuilt or upgraded, including Ballard High School (1997-1999), Roosevelt High School (2004-2006), Garfield High School (2006-2008), and Hamilton International Middle School (2008-2010). The building has now been renovated and is open for business. The"new" gym, as we knew it, and the auditorium have remained the same. The Mission of the Lincoln Lynx Alumni Association is to: • Promote and preserve the history of Lincoln High School of Seattle, Washington. • Promote activities that strengthen bonds between Lincoln graduates, attendees and staff • Provide scholarships to lineal descendants of Lincoln High School, Seattle, Washington graduates. An Annual Luncheon is held every spring to bring together all classes, to share in the memories, and to promote the spirit of Lincoln High School. Lincoln alumni have participated in the Wallingford Family Parade and St. Benedicts Wurst Festival. In 2007, we organized events to commemorate the school's 100th anniversary. We held an Alumni Open House on September 25 to celebrate the reopening and recently established a Community Outreach Committee to make more connections with our LHS neighborhood. Let us know if you live locally and would like to be a part of that! The Totem II newspaper (usually 28 or 32 pages) is published three times a year and sent to all current paid members. It can be delivered in paper form or delivered electronically by email as a PDF file. Our members who do not live in the USA receive the PDF form unless special arrangements are made. The Totem II is packed with information of interest to all Lincoln alums as well as having a column specific to each class. There's a link to the recent Totem II on the Latest News page. As a non-profit organization, we are always looking for volunteers, whether it’s reviewing scholarship applications, getting in touch with alumni to verify contact information, product research and helping with merchandise sales to support our scholarship fund, or assisting with our Totem II newspaper.

Contact Class Rep

Click here to send your class representative an email.

Totem II

Most Lincoln High School Alums remember the school newspaper.The Totem II can be postal mailed or emailed to you with a paid membership.

History of Lincoln

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Download By-Laws (revised 11/19/16)

The Building

Visit the Class of 1953 website for historical details about Lincoln High School

Executive Committee

President Jackie Bauer King 1967
Vice President Suzanne Santwire Lundquist 1963
Treasurer Lynne Moehring Emmons 1972
Recording Secretary Judy Armstrong Roe 1964
Financial Secretary Steve LaVergne 1960
Immediate Past President Jack McKay 1957
Member-at-Large/All Class Luncheon Liaison Linda Ungar Strock 1962
Totem II Editor Monica Fosmire Weber 1973
Member-at-Large Sandra Stuart Smith 1957
Standing Committee Chairs
Merchandising Chairperson Beverly Anderson Washburn 1957
Merchandising Co-Chair Merry Pritchard 1974
Scholarship Chair Monika Aiken Lirio 1979
Database Committee Chair Linda Ungar Strock 1962
Website Committee Chair Judy Armstrong Roe 1964
Nominating Committee Chair James Raptis 1980
Historian/Archivist Verna Sorlie Rossevelt 1966
Class Representative Liaison Jackie Bauer King 1967
Hall of Fame Chair Monica Fosmire Weber 1973

The Board of Directors consists of the Executive Committee,
Standing Committee Chairs, and Class Representatives.