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RHS recognizes alumni success

Ruston High School has produced numerous graduates who have made a significant impact in their career fields.

Take 1962 alumnus, Joel B. Tellinghuisen, for instance, whose research led to the discovery of LASIK surgery. Then there is Cherry Pratt Kirkpatrick, who built a school in Africa to educate a village.

These are among the many alumni who have been recognized by the Ruston High School Alumni Association during an annual homecoming luncheon presented at Squire Creek Country Club.

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