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Welcome to the

TJHS Lasso Alumni Association

a nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicated to preserving the traditions of the current Lasso pep squad and supporting the current Lassos at Thomas Jefferson High School in San Antonio, Texas.

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The Lasso Alumni Association joins The Big Give S.A. on May 5, 2015!

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Welcome New LAA Members

Life Memberships

Diana “Valenzuela” Chilcutt
Class of 1980

Yvonne “Luna” Daniel
Class of 1979

Deborah Oliva
Class of 1976


Annual Memberships

Elsa “Rangel” Arriaga
Class of 1984

Jane “La Badie” Arriola
Class of 1982

Rose “Aguilar” Castillo
Class of 1983

Esther “Rangel” Cervantes
Class of 1982

Norma “Moreno” Hamilton
Class of 1980

Norma “Castillo” Hodge
Class of 1983

Tina “Saldana” Luna
Class of 1981

Elsa “Utley” Roldan
Class of 1982

Nancy Rosales
Class of 1982

Angela Sanchez
Class of 1991

Olga “Utley” Utley-Rodriguez
Class of 1991

Roseanne “San Miguel” Valenzuela
Class of 1980
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Destiny Ramos
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Kahlia Langram
LAA Awards Two Scholarships

The Lasso Alumni Association is proud to announce its 2015 scholarship winners:

Destiny Ramos
Constance Douglas Scholarship of $1,500
Traditionally awarded to the qualified applicant with the highest grade point average, this scholarship honors Constance Douglas, founder of the Lasso pep squad. She provided the vision for the traditional Lasso uniform and for developing roping skills. She was named to the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and was known for her motto: “Always saddle your own horse.”

Kahlia Langram
Jack Long Scholarship of $1,500
Traditionally awarded to the qualified applicant who has demonstrated strong community service and exceptional roping skills, this scholarship honors Jack Long, experienced roper who taught the Lassos to rope in the 1930s. For three decades he devoted himself to helping the Lassos develop the roping skills that today still set them apart nationally as a unique pep squad. His daughter, Patsy Skeels, is a member of LAA.

LAA Board member Beth Bender Wells chaired the Scholarship Committee. Serving on the committee were Susan Hollingsworth. Beth Smith, and Nancy York.
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