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Lincoln Northeast High School
Class of 1969

Class of ‘69 50th Reunion Countdown
40 Weeks

Let’s play. Name That Classmate.

I don’t know about anyone else, but when I was growing up without smart phones, video games, and assorted other electronic devices, we made up games to occupy our spare time. A lot of games.

My brothers and I used our imagination for all sorts of activities to challenge ourselves both physically and mentally. We made up board games, dice game, card games, travel games and an assortment of outdoor ball games. To do so we used existing resources, stuff laying around the house, and of course the omnipresent vacant lots that existed back in the day for no other purpose than for kids to gather and play. We’d play whatever game we had made up until it was time for the next family meal, or it was getting too dark to see outdoors.

All of that activity contributed to a sense of community and family.

So today I made up a very simple game - “Name That Classmate” and am posting three random pages of senior pictures from the ’69 Rocket.

How many classmates do you recognize from high school? How many faces are familiar but you just can’t put a name to it because . . . almost 50 years have passed? There are 54 photos representing roughly 10 percent of our graduating class. Take your time and see how well you do. The only hint I’ll give you: the first names on the three pages start with the letters C, L and R.

How did I do? Let’s say I scored less than 50 percent. To be totally honest, about 40 percent (21 right). I got a few more after I saw the names and the faces together and said to myself, oh yeah. I remember him or her.

See how you do. There’s no grade, so don’t be afraid to share the results. I will post the names by page in the comment section to you can compare.

And remember, at the 50th reunion on Oct. 18-19 of this year, there will be name tags!


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Welcome to the Lincoln Northeast Class of 1969 Web Site! 

We're coming up on 50 years since we were classmates at Lincoln Northeast High School and it is time for a reunion to celebrate that milestone.  This web site will help us be organized, enter and find out information about classmates and spread the word about the event.

The key to our site and reunion success is YOU!  We need you to let us know you found the site by registering and letting us know how to contact you. 

  • Select the "JOIN HERE" option then find and click on your name NOW! 
  • Enter your e-mail address and create a login account so we can keep in touch
  • Upload a recent "Now" photo so when we get together we can recognize one another

Add more information any time convenient including photos, videos, memories, and other bits of your life you'd like to share with your classmates under the "Edit Profile" option.  Your e-mail is NOT shared with anyone, including classmates, unless you authorize it.

So, WELCOME, and do your bit by entering your contact information NOW.

Even more vital, invite classmates that you are still in contact to come to this site and register as well.

Be well, all, and we look forward to hearing from you,

LNE Class of '69 Reunion Committee