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•   Bill Boxley  11/6
•   Mike Felitti (Michael Felitti)  11/8
•   Sarah Venson (Twitty)  11/11
•   Vicky Kasimirsky (Perzanowski)  11/12
•   Barb Molt '67 (Zonitch)  11/15
•   Monica Zaffuts '69 (Biggs)  11/20
•   Max Sammons  11/22
•   Lorraine Singer (Rappoport)  11/22
•   Marilyn Schlegel (Meyer)  11/30
•   Don Hems  12/1


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Regret to announce that our 3rd classmate has passed away this year: Joann Marcus, on April 4, 2014

Just discovered this article from 1972 about our classmate:

2013 Class of 68 Donna Palitsch Memorial Award Winner:  Michael Mannix

Michael will graduate with a total of 23 college credits from Hudson Valley Community College  Michael has been a member of  High Honor Roll, The National Honor society, Student Council, Spanish Club, Art Club and Environmental Club. He has been a member of the Varsity Baseball team for 3 years and was named Captain his senior year. He will be attending SUNY Oneonta where he will continue both his educational and baseball career.


2013 Class of 68 David Biggs Achievement Award Winner:  Krystyn Knockwood

Krystyn participates in the Federal Lunch program.  She is economically disadvantaged but that does not hold her back from being successful academically.  Krystyn works very hard against the hand she has been dealt in life and is very successful.  She has a very bright future both academically and on the basketball court. Krystyn is a beautiful (both inside and out), hard-working individual who sets high goals for herself and works extremely hard to achieve those goals.  I believe in Krystyn’s academic ability as well as her character.  I have come to know Krystyn personally over the last two years.  She has shared many personal struggles and she has a fabulous way of handling and overcoming those struggles. She will attend Sage College of Albany in the fall.