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David Loehr's 2002 Fan Appreciation Weekend was a complete success.  As always, newcomers were instantly part of the family, and whoever couldn't make the trip this August was discussed and missed, but not dissed.   Here are some of the best photos to lead you to the other pages.  Thanks to Mark Kinnaman for the reporting.  

Sunday, even the heat could not detour the faithful from venturing out to the Gallery for a marvelous cookout hosted by David and Lenny. The food was excellent and the afternoon was filled again with the talent of James Byron. Members of the Road Rockets Car Club came with their classic cars and hot rods to lend more '50s cachet to the affair.

Always a great time, plan to come next year!

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Which player won Jeopardy???????  See the new Jeopardy page!

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The biggest hit of the weekend was either Del Rey or his Buick.  Take your pick.   He drove lots of people around for hours and hours.  Oh, I shoudl have said they cruised.  Thanks, Del!  And come back for a Jeopardy Tournament of Champions, since you are a Jeopardy winner. 

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More Links

Click this link for the banquet report and photos.
Click this link for the Jeopardy-style contest
Click this link for the Friday night dinner-dance
Click this link for the huge Deaners e-zine index with links to the last four fan weekends.

Mark Kinnaman's art website
David Loehr's James Dean Memorial Gallery website

This page made by Sandra Weinhardt. Photos by Sandra Weinhardt.  Send all additions and corrections to me at editor@tentativetimes.net
and be **sure** to include which **exact** page you refer to. I won't know otherwise.
James Dean Remembered fan club magazine can use any pictures they want.