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•   Chere' Denczek (Wasco)  4/18
•   Frederick Pelton (Pelton)  3/5
•   Patrick Maurer  3/3
•   Jay Smith  3/3
•   Diane Burns (Doan)  2/24
•   Don Nabozney  2/15
•   Bonnie Bukowski (Laughlin)  1/9
•   Barbara Gates (Berdan)  12/23
•   Marilyn Austin (Francisco)  9/29
•   Suzanne Faust (Buckler)  9/23
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   William Kellogg  6/25
•   Vivian Patrick (Martain)  6/25
•   Herbert Falk  6/28
•   Dave Palmateer  7/3
•   Mary Weygandt (Huhtala)  7/3
•   Joan Hill (Andre)  7/5
•   Wanda McMillan (Moore)  7/10
•   Marianne Brooks (LaComb)  7/18
•   Harvey Drouillard  7/19
•   Donald Campbell  7/21

 

Welcome PHHS Class of 60               

 

Number of visitors to our

website since

January, 2010

 29,283

 

 

On to the beautiful month of June - all class members, spouses, significant others, and friends are invited to join with the PHHS Class of 1960 for lunch on the 3rd Thursday, June 21st, always at 11:30 am. We're meeting at the Black River Country Club on Country Club Drive, Port Huron. Take Water Street to Strawberry Lane, turn left onto Country Club Drive and follow it to the end. We're always glad to welcome everybody and reservations are encouraged, but not required. We'll save you a seat!

CLASS LUNCHEONS - 3rd Thursdays 11:30 am
Everyone welcome
July 19 The Voyageur ********* Oct 18 Olive Garden
Aug  16 River Crab *********** Nov 15 Atrium Cafe
Sept 20 Red Lobster ********** Dec 20 Dorsey House
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Jan 17  Red Lobster*********** Apr 18 Anita's Place
Feb 21  Olive Garden********** May 16 Black River CC
Mar 21  Atrium Cafe*********** June 20 St. Clair Inn

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

http://phhshistory.com/yearbooks/

 

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Then and Now in Green Valley by Fred Pelton

Then All I wanted for Christmas was my two front teeth
Now All I want is for my gums to heal so my dentures for better!
Then All I wanted is batteries for my new toys
Now All I want is batteries for my hearing aids!
Then I was proud of my Big Boy Pull ups
Now I get my depends delivered in a brown wrapper!
Then I was so proud the ride my bike
Now I will not be proud when they say, “You should not drive a car!”
Then I used to start fires with a magnifying glass
Now I use it to read the Green Valley News!
Then I sat in the big chair to watch cartoons
Now I sit in the big chair and take a nap!
Then When the teacher held up flash cards I tried to remember the answer
Now when my Wife holds up pictures of our grand Children I try to remember their names!
Then I was always glad to get a Happy Meal at Mc Donald's
Now when we go to Mc Donald's I am glad I remembered my teeth!
Then I always hated to take a bath
Now After I get in the walk in tub, fill it with water I hate it when I forgot to take off my clothes!
Then On road trip I would always look to out of state license plates
Now I look for “Rest Stop” ahead clean rest rooms!
Then I always got to ride in the shopping cart
Now I look for a shopping cart I can drive!
Then when I was young I would have multiple partners each night
Now I make multiple trips to the bath room each night!
Then I would use the blender to make a cold shake
Now I use the blender to drink my meal with a straw for goodness sake!
Then When I was young I would go on a walk with a nice girl
Now I named my walker “Sue”
Then I was always happy
Now In Green Valley I am almost always happy!

Fred Pelton
951 W Tenniel Drive
Green Valley AZ 85614
314 954 9642
fredpelton74@gmail.com

 

Blue Water Area

 

Blue Water River Walk - Port Huron, MI

Blue Water River Walk - Port Huron, MI from Eighth Day Media on Vimeo.

 

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

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