Blog 17, May 6, 2014

Our reunion is now a sweet memory. Having been involved in last eight of the ten reunions our class has enjoyed, I can say unequivocally that it was the best. Since it was our last, it is correct to go out on top. The sentiment was to continue, but realistically, there are enough classmates with health and other issues, that we would see the numbers dwindle.

Do you have special memories to share with those who follow this blog? Just click on “Leave a reply” and type it in. That is what will make this effort worthwhile continuing. In the coming days, I will include some of my observations and conversations, as well as some photos of this reunion and some photos from 1954.

Today, I heard from David Mills with some information that will appear in the booklet that we put together.

Here are a couple of teaser photos of what is to come:

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Patsy Patterson, Louise Rawlings, Janet Mathes

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Dick Brusenhan, Sam Bell, Jack Davis

That is it for today. Please add your comments, tall tales, and other reminisces. More after returning to town.

3 thoughts on “Blog 17, May 6, 2014

  1. Jeanine Price

    Oh, my gosh Jack, this reunion was soooo much fun. Yes, we are getting older, but we do know how to party. It was so nice to see so many old friends and thank goodness for name tags. The hospitality room was amazing with all the pictures and information. The food and service was excellent at the two dinners and the dinner Tuesday was a great idea. A great big THANK YOU to you and all the folks on the committee for all the hard work. I know it was very stressful but I also know everyone appreciated your thoughtfulness of trying to keep us all together. Enjoy your weekend and then come back and keep us in the loop with this blog. Again…..Thank you….Thank you !!!

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  2. Rich Kaufman

    Thanks to the committee for a great reunion. Your hard work really showed. The old neighborhoods looked older. The old schools looked older. All my old classmates looked younger. See you all at the next one.

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