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Who Moved My Cheese?

Can you believe how far this site has come since it's first appearance on in 1999? was my first website and got me interested in web design. Today it is still hosted and paid for by me. However most the content is provided by you. Thank you to all the alumni over the last 20 years who have made this site a success.

Original Homestead Site 1999
2001 Moved to
2010 Upgrade Design
2013 WordPress

You haven't seen much activity from me on social media or blog posts because I've been busy updating the site design to catch up to modern technology. The new Design has the important announcements up front and easy to find.

And is mobile friendly


The nearly 20 years of content is still here. I have 127 paged to manually look at and reassign custom templates to so please keep returning to see more. And THANK YOU for following us.

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- Julie Krejci Class of 1979

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Music: Good for the Soul

Meet your host and help her raise funds for her favorite nonprofit.



Keep the music alive!

In 2018, you can give beginning August 1st until 5 pm on September 14th

I played the flute from 5th grade until I graduated from High School, then played in the Bishop California Community Band a couple times right out of high school. I moved to Jackson for a summer in 1980 and stayed, life, work, family, children, and Jackson Hole activities filling my life and my flute collecting dust in the closet.

In 2004 I was sitting in the stands at my son’s little league game. One of the other moms, Nancy Ninnemann, who I also know from Boy Scouts, was talking about paying the flute. I told her I played the flute in High School, she immediately said “why aren’t you in the Community Band”. After a bit of arm twisting I agreed to come to a rehearsal.

I had not played with an organized group in almost 25 years and had not played more than a few notes in 20 years. I pulled my flute out of the closet and put it together. The Cork on the head joint was loose but it still worked and I could play a scale from memory. Remembering how to play it was like riding a bicycle, no problem. However remembering how to read music proved to be a bit more challenging, I pulled out my fingering chart and went to rehearsal a couple days later. Continue reading Music: Good for the Soul

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