Five S.B. High Alumni Inducted onto Wall of Fame

After a vote by students, five Santa Barbara High School alumni were selected and officially inducted onto the school’s Wall of Fame last week. They are: Harriet “Hattie” Feazelle (Class of 1930), an 80-year staple of the Fiesta Parade; Donnie Yee (‘50), a longtime staff member of Boys & Girls Club in Santa Barbara; Taylor Hackford (‘63), an Oscar-winning producer and director; Dr. Lynn Kern Koegel (‘73), an expert on autism and the co-author of a best-selling book; and Jesse Orosco (‘76), one of Major League Baseball’s most celebrated relief pitchers.

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