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Happy Thanksgiving Class of '78!

With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it's a great time to share your high school Thanksgiving memories. To kick off those memories, here is a walk down memory lane from our senior year Thanksgiving week.

November 1977 - Thanksgiving Festivities Excerpt from our yearbook:

The “Spirit” took hold in full measure as the student body prepared to celebrate Thanksgiving and an anticipated victory over Maloney. The excitement began with the Student Senate’s Blue-Gold Dinner Dance at which Homecoming queens Linda Van Emburgh, Hope Lemoine, Ellen Kranich and Lisa Mason were announced. The excitement continued to mount as the Platt girls took on Maloney’s girls in the Powder Puff Football game. The game, the first-ever girl’s game in Meriden, saw Platt overwhelm their cross-town rivals 8-6; Tammy Woodeshick ran for thirty-three yards to score Platt’s only touchdown. The game which was meant for fun, helped bring a new level of spirit to the student body which was also preparing for the Senior Pep Rally.

Featuring “Alice In Wonderland” as the rally theme, seniors appeared in various costumes to recreate Lewis and Carroll’s Wonderland. One thing Carroll didn’t author was a false alarm that forced everyone to evacuate the gym at the height of the rally. With the “all clear” signal students returned to the rally to be greeted by Alice (there were two), the Cheshire cat, faculty hares, and a host of characters that were a tribute to senior creativity.

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Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families!!!