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•   Gary L. Brandt  12/11
•   Bradley W. Sabelli  12/11
•   Karen L. Just (Miller)  11/27
•   Cathie A. Whaley (Hassler)  11/27
•   Richard E. "Rick" Mondell  11/18
•   Larry Gardner  11/14
•   Lee Grenci  11/14
•   Jim Grolemund  11/10
•   Priscilla Fleming (Sutton)  10/29
•   Diane E. Johnston (Eva)  10/8
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•   Paul Bergbigler  12/12
•   Mary P. Orloski (Otero)  12/13
•   Dennis C. Rickard  12/15
•   Kristine D. Keasey (Lyle)  12/16
•   Mary Ellen Walker (Linder)  12/17
•   Thomas Booher  12/18
•   Barb Fetterman (Goss)  12/20
•   Kathy A. Parsons (Martynuska)  12/21
•   Patricia L. Silk (Keene)  12/21
•   Linda Curry (Shipkowski)  12/22
•   Ronald M. Hans  12/22
•   Douglas Baird  12/23
•   Darlene Hertel (Kiser)  12/23
•   Thomas Hilliard  12/23
•   Julianne Linarelli (Mansur)  12/23
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We will be celebrating our Christmas get together on
Tuesday, December 17th
5:00 at the American Legion Victory Room
Those planning on attending...
we are asking you to bring from your home
a Christmas ornament or Christmas decoration  
(don't go out and buy it
and oh yeah...don't  forget to wrap it )
to participate in a fun Christmas Exchange.
(One per person)
For your security we are requesting anyone wishing to join our website be understanding that we have added a verifying step before they can view our password protected pages.  We hope all will be understanding for the extra step.  It's just one more level in our security to protect any information about you that you have made available.    


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 plannd, plenty of memories from our high school days, and a great way to see what's become of everyone and reconnect with old friends
December Federal and Observed Holidays
Dec 1       Sun First Sunday of Advent / Rosa Parks Day
Dec 2 Mon Cyber Monday
Dec 6 Fri St Nicholas Day
Dec 7 Sat Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
Dec 8 Sun Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Dec 12  Thurs Feast of Our Lady of Gaudalupe
Dec 13  Fri National Guard Birthday
Dec 15  Sun Bill of Rights Day
Dec 17 Tues Pan American Aviation Day/Wright Brothers Day
Dec 21 Sat December Solstice / First Day of Winter
Dec 23 Mon Chanukah/Hanukkah (First Day)
Dec 24 Tues Christmas Eve
Dec 26 Thurs Kwanzaa (First Day)
Dec 30 Mon Lst Day of Chanukah / Hanukkah
Dec 31 Tues New Year's Eve

Sagittarius - November 22 - December 21

Strengths: Generous, idealistic, great sense of humor

Weaknesses: Promises more than can deliver, very impatient, will say anything no matter how undiplomatic

Sagittarius likes: Freedom, travel, philosophy, being outdoors

Sagittarius dislikes: Clingy people, being constrained, off-the-wall theories, details


Capricorn - December 22 - Janaury 19

Strengths:  Ambitious, diligent, responsible, sincere, loyal, friendly, compassionate

Weaknesses: Fussy, moody, distrusting, conceited, materialistic

Capricorn Likes: Persistence, improving themselves, practical thinking, responsibility

Capricorn dislikes:  Laziness, gossip, public displays of affection, being angry, unnecessary foolishness

Interesting Veterans Statistics

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Christmas Tree Joke     
On Christmas Eve, a long time ago, Santa Claus was getting ready for his annual journey. But this year there were many problems. Four of the elder elves became ill and the younger more in-experienced elves did not produce the toys as quickly, so Santa started to worry that he would not be ready in time. Then Mrs. Claus tells him that her mother is visiting. This makes Santa Claus stressed even more so. When he begins to gather the reindeer for his sleigh, he discovers that three of them are ready to give birth and two have jumped over the fence. The elves begin loading the sleigh and one of the boards of the sled breaks off and the bag of toys falls to the ground dispersing the toys all around. It goes without saying that Santa was not exactly in his best state of mind and slightly triggered. Then the doorbell rings and Santa goes to the door and expects another problem. He opens the door and there is a little angel with a big Christmas tree brought to cheer up Santa. The angel says in a loving tone: "Merry Christmas Santa, is it not a beautiful day today? I have a big beautiful tree for you, is it not a beautiful tree, where do you want me to put it?" And so began the tradition of the angel on top of the Christmas tree.

       Man seaching for the right gift ...... for him
  After being away on business for a week before Christmas, Tom thought it would be nice to bring his wife a little gift.
“How about some perfume?” he asked the cosmetics clerk.
She showed him a bottle costing $50.
“That’s a bit much,” said Tom, so she returned with a smaller bottle for $30.
“That’s still quite a bit,” Tom groused.
Growing disgusted, the clerk brought out a tiny $15 bottle.
Tom grew agitated, “What I mean,” he said, “is I’d like to see something real cheap.”
So the clerk handed him a mirror.'s a blonde joke
Two blondes roam the woods looking for a nice Christmas tree. After hours of freezing and chasing away the odd wolf, one of the blondes brings down her axe and says, “OK that’s it. I’m taking the next right-sized tree we see and I don’t give a dime if it’s decorated or not!

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


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