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•   Kathy L. Huntsman (Piersol)  1/19
•   Bradley W. Sabelli  1/15
•   Duane P. Wetick  1/15
•   Kathie Hilliard (Saunders)  1/7
•   Paul D. Sankey  1/3
•   Peggy Thomas (Pete)  1/1
•   William J. Rogerson Jr. (Bill)  12/14
•   Nancy Adams  12/13
•   Donna L. Pflugh  12/5
•   Kathy Cross (Blackman)  11/24
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Sandy Geibel (Dubyak)  1/22
•   Shirley Green (Shurtleff)  1/23
•   Mary Joyce Hilderbrand (Schiebel)  1/24
•   Ronald L. Vensel  1/24
•   Robert S. Wilson  1/24
•   Cheri Farnen (Cagno)  1/25
•   Nancy I. Little  1/26
•   Devorah Cassel (Castor)  1/27
•   Marcia Canterman (Goldberg)  1/28
•   Gary M. Geibel  1/28
•   Sharyn Barger (McDonald)  1/29
•   L. Jean Beneigh (Mau)  1/29
•   Niles A. Wallace  1/29
•   Robert J. Morgus  1/30
•   John F. Magee  1/31
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Our class monthly get together is set 
for the Lyndora American Legion
at 5:00 PM
Tuesday , January 23, 2018
Please join us
                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Contact:  joeswife803@gmail.com 
or call 724-283-5814


 
 
   Our 70th Birthday Party
 
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
(Possible Friday events)
Where: Butler Township Park
           468 South Duffy Road
 
 
 
Freedom Child Band 2.0
Come and catch up with us...just started the page. New and old legacy photos as well as a current schedule.
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Several of our classmates and classmates family members have passed away.  Take a minute to click on "News On Classmates" and get the information we have.  If anyone of you have any additional information that has been missed please feel free to contract us located top of page.
 
 
 
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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
 
 
 

 

January Observed Holidays & Fun & Wacky Days, 


1st, Mon   New Year's Day, National Hangover Day

2nd, Tues   Run up the Flagpole and See If Anyone Salutes Day

3rd, Wed  Fruitcake Toss Day, Humiliation Day, Festival of Sleep Day

4th, Thurs  Trivia Day, National Spaghetti Day

5th, Fri   National Bird Day

6th, Sat   Cuddle Up Day, Feast of the Epiphany - Three Kings, Bean Day

7th, Sun  Orthodox Christmas Day, Old Rock Day

8th, Mon   Male Watcher's Day, Bubble Bath Day

9th, Tues Play God Day

10th, Wed   Houseplant Appreciation Day, National Take the Stairs Day (second Wednesday of the month), Peculiar People Day, Bittersweet Chocolate Day

11th, Thurs   Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friend's Day

12th, Fri   National Pharmacist Day, Feast of Fabulous Wild Men Day

13th, Sat    Make Your Dream Come True Day, International Skeptics Day,
Stephen Foster Memorial Day

14th, Sun   Dress Up Your Pet Day, Orthodox New Year

15th, Mon   Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday, celebrate on the third Monday, National Hat Day

16th, Tues    National Nothing Day, Appreicate a Dragon Day

17th, Wed    Ditch New Years Resolutions Day

18th, Thurs   Winnie the Pooh Day -The Birthday of Winnie's author A.A. Milne, Thesaurus Day

19th, Fri   National Tin Can Day, National Popcorn Day

20th, Sat   National Cheese Lover Day, Penguin Awareness Day, National Buttercrunch Day

21st, Sun   Squirrel Appreciation Day, National Hugging Day

22nd, Mon    National Blonde Brownie Day

23rd, Tues   National Handwriting Day, Measure Your Feed Day - we only ask...Why???, National Pie Day

24th, Wed   Compliment Day, Beer Can Appreciation Day

25th, Thurs   Opposite Day

26th, Fri   Spouse's Day, Australia Day

27th, Sat    Punch the Clock Day, Chocolate Cake Day

28th, Sun   Fun At Workk Day, National Kazoo Day, Data Privacy Day

29th, Mon   Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day - last Monday of month, National Puzzle Day,
National Cornchip Day

.30th, Tues   National Inane Answering Message Day

31st, Wed   Inspire Your Heart with Art Day, Backward Day, Tu Bishvat/Tu B'Shevat

January MOONS
January 1, Monday - Full Moon
Wolf Moon  
Full Moon on the 1st is called "Wolf Moon" by Native Americans of New England and the Great Lakes because at this time of the year,
the wolves howl in hunger.
 
January 8th, Monday - Last Quarter Moon
January 16th, Tuesday - New Moon
January 24th, Wednesday - First Quarter Moon
January 31st, Wednesday - Full Moon
Blue Moon

The Full Moon on the 31st is called a Blue Moon because it's the 2nd Full Moon in the month. You could also say
that it could be the "Snow Moon" that normally we see in February?

This will be the FIRST BLUE MMON
TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE IN 150 YEARS

On January 31st, there is also a total eclipse of the moon, visible in Australia, Asia, Australia, Pacific Ocean and North America.

The January birth flowers are the carnation and snowdrop

THE CARNATION comes in several different colors, which convey different meanings, much like roses. A pink carnation means affection, while a red carnation means ‘I love you.’

White carnations mean pure love, striped carnations mean regret that a love is not shared, and yellow means rejection or disappointment.

THE SNOWDROP used to be considered bad luck because it always seemed to grow in graveyards, but nowadays, this delicate flower signifies hope and beauty

 
The January birthstone,  GARNET 
is thought to keep the wearer safe during travel.
 
January Zodiac Signs
Capricorn December 22nd- January 19th
Strengths: Responsible, disciplined, self-control, good managers
Weaknesses: Know-it-all, unforgiving, condescending, expecting the worst
Capricorn likes: Family, tradition, music, understated status, quality craftsmanship
Capricorn dislikes: Almost everything at some point
Aquarius  January 20th-Febuary 18th
Strengths: Progressive, original, independent, humanitarian
Weaknesses: Runs from emotional expression, temperamental, uncompromising, aloof
Aquarius likes: Fun with friends, helping others, fighting for causes,
intellectual conversation,  a good listener
Aquarius dislikes: Limitations, broken promises, being lonely, dull or boring situations,
people who disagree with them
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interesting Veterans Statistics

 

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Tour different parts of America from the air in 5 minutes and 44 seconds...
I doubt you have ever seen anything like this one!
Left Double Click Your Mouse on this

https://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=KcuDdPo0WZk

             

   
 
 
 
 
                                                 
 
                                       
 
       
 
 
                    
                           
 
   
 
Ever wonder what Santa does after Christmas
 
             

Christmas Funny Stories and Jokes        How They Forecast A Cold Winter

One day in early September the chief of a Native American tribe was asked by his tribal elders if the winter of 12/2017 was going to be cold or mild. The chief aske his medicine man, but he had lost touch with reading the signs from the natural woods around the Great Lakes.
 
In truth, neither of them had any idea about how to predict the coming winter.  However, the chief decided to take a modern approach, and the chief rang the National Weather Service in Pittsburgh, PA.
'Yes, it is going to be a cold winter,' the meteorological officer told the chief.  Consequently, he went back to his tribe and told the men to collect plenty of firewood.
 
A fortnight later the chief called the Weather Service and asked for an update. 'Are you still forecasting a cold winter?' he asked.
 
'Yes, very cold', the weather officer told him.
 
As a result of this brief conversation the chief went back to the tribe and told his people to collect every bit of wood they could find.
 
A month later the chief called the National Weather Service once more and asked about the coming winter. 'Yes,' he was told, 'it is going to be one of the coldest winters ever.'
 
'How can you be so sure?' the chief asked.
 
The weatherman replied: 'Because the Native Americans of the Great Lakes are collecting wood like crazy.'
 
 
The girls above are the older version of the younger ones below. 
But we still have the pride.
  

 

 
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