There is an interesting discussion recently started between a bunch of classmates who live near each other in Florida. You should arrange a meet up and send some pictures. Use the discussion section. I started a new topic there.
Hello - A "Back to School" Message
No "general" message for a long time. Sadly, a few deaths to report and also birthdays during the first eight months. Well, time to ask everyone to take a few minutes to please, please update your profile. Some profiles are 10 years old. Surely, you have something to report in all those years. Maybe a grandchild, a relocation, a retirement, some recent pictures. Let us know.
Thanks to all who have supported this site with donations - they are greatly appreciated. It isn't an expensive undertaking but any contribution is welcome. We can also use these funds for a reunion. The funds are mainly used to keep our subscription to the platform on which we run and also for purchasing the domain name.
Also - I can use some old pictures to liven up our home page. Forward some to me.
Welcome to the Haverford Senior High Class Of 1965 web site. Back in October of 2010 we had our 45th reunion. We just held an amazing 50th reunion. I don't know what is next. In the meantime, we will be looking for "lost" classmates and allowing us all to interact through this site.
Please email or contact your friends and tell them to sign on. We are trying to build our list. Also, please fill in your profiles and upload some pictures. I get the statistics for activity on the site and it seems that most of us are reading the profiles and are re-connecting with long, lost friends. I am also looking for some old pictures - even as far back as 1-6 grade class pictures. Feel free to contact me if you have some or if you have any questions about the site.
HHS 65 Facebook Group
Please join us on Facebook. The class group is HHS65. Here is the direct link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/107660325987486. We have more "current" postings over on Facebook - especially birthday greetings.
Pictures of the day
Oakmont School - Sixth Grade - 1959.
Thanks to Marianne Portelli D'Elia for posting this on our Facebook page. And a huge shout out to Hugh Johnston for knowing who everyone is/was. Starting from the front row left: Rick Chalmers (deceased), Allan Schatzell, Sally Reiss, Bob Thompson; Edie Campbell (deceased), Marianne Portelli, Bill Hutchinson; Don Fries, David Younger, Dorothy Inverso, Bob Wexler; Chris Seiss, Sara Bent, Aileen Heathman, Hugh Johnston; Leslie Small, Ann Kolson, Karen Perry; David Allen, Randy Clouser (deceased), Barbara Cram; Bill Murray, Carol Dornseif; Francis Philip Xavier Murphy.
A bunch of these folks didn't graduate with us - most likely moved to another school for Jr. High. We lost touch with a few of them - if you know their whereabouts, please let us know or contact them and ask them to join and catch up.
Feel free to comment on pictures in the User Forum Section