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Aug 27/28/29

Great weekend Party!!    Thanks for responding so well.      

The list of who came: click here  See 2010 Reunion Alphabetical Photo "thumbnails" here

See hundreds of the full sized photos here. Special Thanks to JoAnn McDowell who took a large number here on the website, with a large set from Ian Black for Saturday Night; plus others from Les Larkin, Dave Harper, Barb Langdale, Jack Vlug, Norm/Sheila Behan and others.

If you have Photos that will help complete the record and can share them for this website, please contact Dave Florence

We had 106 for the Dinner Saturday, and have about 100 for Friday and 80 for Sunday  

 

Friday 27th- meet and greet 

7 pm:  We met at the Marine Inn for a simple get-together. Memorablia; Bar service; hot and cold finger food. Cost for this event was $10 per person.
See more of the Friday here

 

 

Saturday 28th- Dinner Dance

106 classmates, partners and teachers enjoyed Dwight Hall for a dinner-dance. Cocktails 6 pm; Dinner at 7.  Food was by Dave Bowes, owner of the Laughing Oyster Restaurant at Okeover Arm.  After-dinner show and music was by the Jim Baron Band (click her for more about Jim Baron in PRLiving), an exciting local group that played tunes from the 50s and 60s, in particular  Buddy Holly covers.  Dance floor active. Memorabilia table and wall displays.

Anyone associated with the Class of 60 was welcome, not just Grads.  Teachers, both high school and elementary, and school staffs were especially encouraged to register. Cost for this event was $50 per person.
See more of the Dinner Dance here 

 

Golf     Four Foursomes golfed at Myrtle Point at 11 am.

See more of the golf  here

 

 

 


 

Sunday 29th  - Beach Party at Clive Kent's

We started at 11 am so ferry travellers could get away on the late afternoon ferries. Some great Pork'n'Beans and Weiners/Buns by Clive. Cost for this event was $5.
See more of the picnic here  

 

 

 

 

Click below on the > for ...Kents Beach Picnic .... the video!

 

See Bud Smith's home in San Carlos Mexico in the Updates section

We're embarrassed!  Somehow Tom Preiss' name found its way onto our deceased list on the classmates page.  We've sent along our apologies and hope to see Tom at the next reunion.

We've added an "updates" section in the Photo Gallery for everyone to add  recent photos and 25 or so words to summarize their life at the moment. Please email Dave one or more photos plus words. Especially encouraged from those who didn't come to the Reunion; but attendees also encouraged to send an update report. We'll include Obit reports here too in case that happens.

 Earlier viewers: 77 more photos from Ian Black were added September 2 to the Saturday night sets, plus a stitched-together group photo on the homepage. Thanks Ian for that - we regret not taking more time to set up the group photo better. and.. See the Picnic Video here

Great weekend Party August 27-29, 2010!!    Thanks for responding so well.     
 Details Here

The list of who came: click here 

See 2010 Reunion Alphabetical thumbnails Here

If you have Photos that will help complete the record and can share them for this website, please contact Dave Florence

We had 106 for the Dinner Saturday, and have about 100 for Friday and 80 for Sunday  

Neat (click) poem sent in by Cody

 

Photos scanned from the past 50 years welcome

Thanks Lorraine for these: (click)

We scanned photos of JP Dallos elementary held by Joann Taylor McDowell and posted them here.

Ron Gerard Sent in this Class of 1959 photo from JP Dallos in 1953 that has a few of our 1960 class who stuck around an extra year.

Neil Wilshire sent in some Cranberry Elementary photos that can be seen  by clicking here.

Some of the 1960 Annual can be seen by clicking here.

Pat Krell sent in photos of Henderson Elementary that can be seen here.

A poster with relevant details of the 50th Anniversary can be seen and printed from here