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Welcome to the Northfield Mount Hermon Class Of 1957 web site - your "home base" for exchanging messages, news, pictures, announcements, etc. with our classmates.

NEW:  Jerusalem (hymn and video of NMH)

Enjoy our class website, and if you have suggestions for improvement please share them.



Geneva Point Center has given us a green light for us to have our Fall Fling 2020 using Lake View Lodge as our home for September 22-24, 2020!.  Please respond to survey after reading this to let us know whether you plan to attend.

Lake View Lodge has ten (10) rooms on two levels, each with two double  beds

Based on our experience last year we are booked for two nights  9/22-24 (Tuesday and Wednesday.

GPC will not being serving meals this year and thus our meals will be our responsible starting on Tuesday Noon (12 Noon and closing Thursday 1 pm cleaning up time!

Once we know who is coming we will have to work on a plan for our meals

We will be able to have swimming access without GPC supervision.  We will not be able to use their kayaks or canoes, but we are free to bring our own

There are many trails along the shores of the lake and trails in the woods. 

Like last year the cost per room will be $110 per night.

Once we determine who and how many will be attending we can let you know the procedure to register and how we will put together our meals.

If per chance too few are willing and able to come this year, we can register for Fall 2021 and that will lead us into our 65th Reunion on campus in June 2022!

Cheers, Dave Williams smiley

You must be logged in to submit this survey. Please use the login box in the upper right corner.

1)   * Do you plan to attend our Fall Fling 2020 in person at Geneva Point Center this September?

2)   If you cannot attend in person, would you be interested in participating in the class meeting via Zoom?


Click this NMH Magazine link to see the Spring 2020 edition, and follow this Class Notes link to view our class's reflections on reaching the tender age of 80!  This digital-only issue highlights alumni, the Class of 2020, and the NMH campus community as they navigate the world of COVID-19.

Did you ever imagine what it would be like to be sailing across a stormy ocean without a navigational chart? We have not… however, in some ways we are experiencing something similar these days of the Covid-19 pandemic. It is unprecedented in our lifetime.

Above is the lead paragraph of a note you received via NMH from Darell and Joyce reaching out to all of our classmates during these challenging times.  If you haven't already, please read the entire note by clicking here.  We'd love to hear from you.


In case you didn't receive the official notification from NMH click here to read in full.

Vespers, sports, classes, events - you name it, and there are pictures of it in this wonderful collection of NMH campus photos.  Take a look and enjoy.  Just think, we used to look that young!!!

You'll laugh - you'll cry - you'll be amazed!  OK, slight exaggeration maybe.  In any case, just before our 60th reunion the following classmates contributed updated bios.  Click on a name below to go directly to their profile and take a look at what they've been up to!  If the School Story window does not appear, click on the link next to Profile Questions.

Andy Aldrich, Bill Ballou, Pat Butterworth, Tony Cameron, Darrell Cooper, Jim Dunne, Dave Hamilton, Aaron Henschel, Lloyd Mitchell, Ed Olsen, John Parker, Jim Payne*, Malcolm Peck, Steve Springer, Peter Stone, Chuck Streeter, Ralph Wadleigh, Dave Williams, and Oliver Woshinsky

* record will download

Malcolm Peck provided us with fascinating insights into Islamic Terrorism during our reunion.  Follow the link to read a summary of his presentation -  Islamic Terrorism: How Great Is The Danger And How Do We Defeat It

The Kelloms:  Marilyn Kellom was our class's Faculty Advisor at Northfield, so she and her husband, Dick, were invited to join our 60th reunion celebration.  Marilyn honored us with a presentation covering her "secret faculty courtship", discussion of some of the school rules and practices back in the day, some insight into behind-the-scenes decision-making regarding sale of the Northfield campus, and other interesting events during her tenure.  Click on this link - KellomsVideo - to view the video.

NMH Strategic Plan: Want to learn about the direction in which our beloved school is headed?  Follow the link to the booklet providing an overview of the NMH 2020 Strategic Plan -

Please use Info Exchange Forums to initiate or comment on discussions and topics.  Note that for each you can specify whether you want to be contacted via email when any change or addition is made.

Want to send an email to one or more classmates?  Go to Message Center and specify recipients.  Note that emails can only be sent to those classmates who have already joined this site.  If you are having any problems navigating this site, please email Lloyd Mitchell - many others probably have the same issue!