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•   Kathy Buol (Steiner)  3/16
•   Joanne M. Schubert (Taylor)  3/15
•   Larry Spahn  3/10
•   Veronica Soley (Steinkirchner)  3/9
•   Duane P. Wetick  2/26
•   Linda Campbell (Beilstein)  2/24
•   Kathy M. Zarnick (Grossman)  2/19
•   George "Mike" J. Kelly  2/18
•   Catherine Atwell (Gresh)  2/15
•   Paula Stein (Chaney)  2/6
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•   Ann C. Hinchberger (Landwehr)  3/22
•   Peggy Thomas (Pete)  3/23
•   Wes Vaughn  3/23
•   Dale Benson  3/24
•   James F. Dittmer  3/25
•   Mary E. Kornick (Angert)  3/25
•   Robert Boda  3/26
•   Toni Yost (Tassey)  3/27
•   Roger Constantino  3/28
•   Janet Cygan (Isovitsch)  3/28
•   Joseph Cornibe  3/29
•   Sharon L. Phillips (Correa)  3/29
•   William L. (Bill) Quigley  3/29
•   Carolyn Summerville (Powell)  3/30
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Our class monthly get together is set 
for the Lyndora American Legion
at 5:00 PM
Tuesday, March 27th
Please join us

   Our 70th Birthday Party
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
(Possible Friday events)
Where: Tanglewood Center
10 Austin Avenue, Lyndora, PA 
(Right off Hansen Avenue  & Fairground Hill Road)
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This site has been created and is managed at zero cost to you. It exist to promote, celebrate, and reconnect with all members of our class 
Once you join you'll find announcements with  up to date reunion and/or other activities being planned, plenty of memories from our high school days, and a great way to see what's become of everyone and reconnect with old friends
A special birrthday wish to all our Leap Year Classmates 
Gayle Anderson Hoffmeyer
Karen Barbati Dero
Kathy  Bellaji Evans 
Bill Rogerson
Denny Uram 


March Observed Holidays & Fun & Wacky Days, 

Mar 1 Thursday World Compliment Day   Plan a Solo Vacation Day   Purim
Mar 2 Friday Old Stuff Day   Read Across America Day   Employee Appreciation Day
Mar 3 Saturday I Want You to be Happy Day
Mar 4 Sunday March Forth and Do Something Day
Mar 5 Monday Learn What Your Name Means Day  Cinco de Marcho
Mar 6 Tuesday Dentist’s Day
Mar 7 Wednesday Alexander Graham Bell Day
Mar 8 Thursday Proofreading Day
Mar 10 Saturday Mario Day
Mar 11 Sunday Oatmeal Nut Waffle Day   Daylight Saving Time starts
Mar 12 Monday Napping Day  Alfred Hitchcock Day
Mar 13 Tuesday Jewel Day
Mar 14 Wednesday Pi Day
Mar 15 Thursday Everything You Think is Wrong Day  Absolutely Incredible Kid Day
Mar 16 Friday Every Thing You Do is Right Day
Mar 17 Saturday Submarine Day   St. Patrick's Day
Mar 18 Sunday Awkward Moments Day
Mar 19 Monday Let's Laugh Day
Mar 20 Tuesday World Storytelling Day  Proposal Day   March equinox First Day of Spring
Mar 21 Wednesday Common Courtesy Day
Mar 22 Thursday International Goof Off Day
Mar 23 Friday OK Day  Puppy Day   Near Miss Day
Mar 24 Saturday Chocolate Covered Raisins Day
Mar 25 Sunday Waffle Day  Tolkien Reading Day   Palm Sunday
Mar 26 Monday Make Up Your Own Holiday Day
Mar 27 Tuesday Spanish Paella Day
Mar 28 Wednesday Something on a Stick Day
Mar 29 Thursday Smoke and Mirrors Day   Maundy Thursday
Mar 30 Friday Take a Walk in the Park Day   Good Friday
Mar 31 Saturday Bunsen Burner Day,   Holy Saturday   Passover (first day)


Double Full Moons for March 2018

After a rare February with no Full Moon, March 2018 gets Two! The first on March 1st in the USA and March 2nd in Europe is commonly known as the Full Worm Moon by early American Indians for the time of year when the frozen earth begins to thaw bringing Earth Worms to the surface. The Second Full Moon falling on March 31. This is not a common event and is refered to as a Blue Moon.

March 1st, Thursday - Full Moon
March 9th, Friday - Last Quarter
March 17th, Saturday - New Moon
March 24th, Saturday - First Quarter
March 31st, Saturday - Full Moon 



The March birth flowers are the daffodil and the jonquil

The Daffodil
The daffodil stands for unequaled love, so giving this flower to someone expresses quite a lot. With their bright yellow petals, daffodils seem the perfect way to say that the sun is always shining whenever your significant other is around. 
The Jonquil
The other March flower is the jonquil, which actually is a particular kind of daffodil.  It signifies a desire that affection be returned. It also is used to convey sympathy.
The March Birthstone, aquamarine, was thought to cure heart, liver, and stomach diseases—all one had to do was drink the water in which the gem had been soaking. Early sailors believed that aquamarine talismans, etched with the likeness of the sea god Neptune, protected them against ocean dangers.
March Zodiac Signs
Pisces February 19th - March 20th
Strengths: Compassionate, artistic, intuitive, gentle, wise, musical
Weaknesses: Fearful, overly trusting, sad, desire to escape reality, can be a victim or a                          martyr
Capricorn likes: Being alone, sleeping, music, romance, visual media, swimming,                                      spiritual themes
Capricorn dislikes: Know-it-all, being criticized, the past coming back to haunt, cruelty                                   of any kind
Aries  March 21st - April 19th
Strengths: Courageous, determined, confident, enthusiastic, optimistic, honest,                                 passionate
Weaknesses: Impatient, moody, short-tempered, impulsive, aggressive
Aries likes: Comfortable clothes, taking on leadership roles, physical challenges,                                 individual sports
Aries dislikes: Inactivity, delays, work that does not use one's talents

Interesting Veterans Statistics


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Tom: What do you get when you cross     
 a four-leaf clover with poison ivy?                  
Pee Wee: I don’t know.                      
Tom: A rash of good luck on St. Patrick’s Day.



A man from Dublin moves to County Cork. His first night there he patronizes the local pub, and orders three pints at the same time.

The bartender is curious, but doesn’t say anything. He serves the man his three pints. The new customer sits quietly and drinks all three beers.

The next night and the next, the same thing happens. Each night the man orders three pints all at once, and sits quietly drinking. Since nobody knows him, he becomes known to the locals as “The Three Pint Man.”

After a week, the bartender’s curiosity gets the best of him. He asks the man why he always orders three pints at once.

The friendly customer explains, “My two brothers have moved away. One to Canada and one to New Zealand. We all miss each other, so we agreed to always order three pints as a way of remembering each other every day.”

Word spreads. The locals respect and admire this quaint family ritual. Eventually “Three Pint Man” becomes a minor celebrity.

Then the day after St. Patricks Day he comes into the pub as usual, but only orders two pints. The bartender and the locals are shocked. They realize one of the brothers has met with an untimely end, and they respectfully let “Three Pint Man” drink in peace.

After a week, the bartender decides to offer his condolences. “I’m sorry about the loss of your brother,” says the barkeep. “Which one was it? The Canadian or the Kiwi?”

“What?” says Three Pint Man. “Oh no, nobody’s died, nothing like that. My brothers are both fine. It’s just that I overdid it a bit on St. Pats, so I decided to give up drinking for the rest of Lent.”



Over breakfast one morning, a woman said to her husband, 'I bet you don't know what day this is?'

'Of course I do,' he answered indignantly, as he slammed the door, and drove to his office.

At 11 o'clock, the doorbell rang.  The wife answered, and there at her front door was a UPS driver, in his had was a box containing 12 red roses. 

Later, at 2 pm there was another knock at the door, this time it was a deluxe box of Belgian chocolates.

Eventually the husband came home, tired after a hard day's work.  His wife greeted him by saying: 'First the flowers, then the chocolates, I've never had a more wonderful Groundhog Day in my life!'

The girls above are the older version of the younger ones below. 
But we still have the pride.


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