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•   Don Nabozney  2/15
•   Bonnie Bukowski (Laughlin)  1/9
•   Barbara Gates (Berdan)  12/23
•   Chere' Denczek (Wasco)  11/14
•   Diane Burns (Doan)  11/11
•   Patrick Maurer  10/27
•   Marilyn Austin (Francisco)  9/29
•   Suzanne Faust (Buckler)  9/23
•   Robert Schneider  7/11
•   Paul Johnson  5/21
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•   Gail Stevens (Herber)  2/22
•   Bonnie Kiley (Lewis)  2/26
•   Patricia Davis (Zink)  3/6
•   Gayle McIntyre (Hutchins)  3/17
•   Judith Kennedy (Kuschel)  3/19
•   Lewis Myron  3/20
•   Linda Lewis (Nelson)  3/23
•   Diane Gunn (Collier)  3/24

Class members, spouses, family members,

neighbors, & friends are invited to come for

lunch the 3rd Thursday of every month,11:30 a.m.

One of our regulars missed lunch because she

thought it was the following week, so in March

we'll share stories about things we've done that

have surprised us. Come & add to the fun!

Mar. 15th   The Red Lobster

               4240 24th Ave.  

Apr. 19th   Pompeii's Pizza & Italian Eatery 

              1120 Military St., Port Huron 

May 17th    Palms Krystal Bar & Grill,

              1535 Pine Grove, Port Huron 

June 21st   Black River Country Club,

              3300 Country Club Dr., Port Huron




Check out the link below to look at any PHHS yearbooks from the 1900's through the 1990's




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Port Huron High  School

(PHHS) was founded in 1868, and has been in continuous operation as a secondary school in Port Huron, Michigan since then. It was the sole high school in Port Huron until the founding of Port Huron Northern High School in 1964. PHHS athletic teams competed in the Eastern Michigan League (EML) until the 1990s; upon dissolution of the EML, PHHS joined the Macomb Area Conference (MAC). The athletic teams are known as the "Big Reds", a reference to the school colors—red and white. PHHS is most famous for its excellent marching band, called the "Big Red Marching Machine". The "Big Red Marching Machine" has performed in many high visibility fori, including the Summer Olympics (Munich, 1972), the Detroit Thanksgiving Day Parade, Walt Disney World, and at the 2010 Detroit Lions thanksgiving day game vs the New England Patriots (at halftime). The school's annual yearbook, The Student, has been honored with Awards of Excellence at the state and national levels. In 2009 was honored with a Gold Medal from the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA), and First Place by the National Scholastic Press (NSPA). In 2010 it received a Gold Medal from MIPA with high ratings for it's exemplary photography, and ranked First Place again from NSPA with a Mark of Distinction in theme development. The yearbook is one of the oldest in the state, being continuously published since May of 1905.



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This site isn’t about waistlines, hairlines or credit lines.

                      It’s about lifelines.

It’s about reconnecting with our friends from some of the

                   best years of our lives!





"It's funny how friends can come in and out of your

life so quickly...yet leave footprints and memories in

your heart forever."






Our Friends Are A Very Important Part Of Our Lives.  Treasure The Tears, Treasure The Laughter, But Most Importantly, Treasure The Memories