I came to San Pedro at age 7 and have lived here since then. I love San Pedro! My deceased husband, Donald Mihovil Sr. and I both graduated from San Pedro High School and we raised 4 children that also graduated from SPHS. We now have grandchildren attending SPHS and they will also graduate from there. As far as I'm concerned, I'm a native San Pedran!
My San Pedro hangout
Mostly my home, but every Monday morning a group of my former Classmates (S'56) meet for breakfast at Coco's Restaurant on Western.Avenue. We've had as many as 25 to 30 women, and as few as 2 gals. Anyone that graduated from SPHS is welcome.
My San Pedro secret
A REAL San Pedro person, loves San Pedro and would not consider living elsewhere!!! Additionally, there was no other High School in San Pedro prior to Mary Star.
MSHS or SPHS
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