The class ring that Jay Hiltgen found at Cessna Stadium 33 years ago is about to be reunited with its owner.
The class ring that Jay Hiltgen found at Cessna Stadium 33 years ago is about to be reunited with its owner. Courtesy photo
The class ring that Jay Hiltgen found at Cessna Stadium 33 years ago is about to be reunited with its owner. Courtesy photo

Facebook reunites ring lost at Cessna Stadium in the ’70s with owner

July 30, 2017 6:26 PM

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