HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
 
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Winter Season Postponed


The CIAC announced they have postponed winter sports until January 19, 2021. They continue discussions with the CT Dept of Health and CT State Medical Society regarding the start of winter practice. The sports of winter affected are:

Basketball
Hockey
Indoor Track
Girls Gymnastic
Boys Swimming
Wrestling
Cheer/Dance

 
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No Turkey Bowl This Thanksgiving
 
The football field will be quiet this year as Covid 19 shut down the annual Thanksgiving classic between Darien and New Canaan.

The game had been played on ThanksgIving since 1994.

In last year's classic, the New Canaan Rams ended Darien’s previously unbeaten season, winning the final game 20 –0 . This marked the Rams third consecutive Bowl victory.

All told, the Darien and New Canaan football squads have squared off since 1928, with the Rams coming out on top with a 59-32-2 record.


 
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New Restaurant 

While many restaurants struggle under the weight of pandemic fears and social distancing, some see opportunity. We previously reported on the grand opening of Baja Joe’s Tex-Mex, located at 23 Tokeneke Rd. Another restaurant has recently opened in Darien. The café, Barvida, just began business last week at 879 Boston Post Rd.
 
The brainchild of Brennan Branca, 2013 DHS graduate and soccer player, it is 100% organic and a 100% plant-based café. Along with fresh juices, his new establishment also features acai bowls, smoothies, salad, wraps and wellness shots, among other food items.

“We source ingredients from all over the world to ensure that our menu items are the cleanest and healthiest they can possibly be,” he said, including cacao from Guatemala, mushrooms from Japan and Siberia, and organic açaí from the Amazon Rain Forest in Brazil.

“I love Darien and I really wanted to bring health and wellness back to my hometown,” Branca said. “I thought that Darien was lacking in healthy food and I really wanted to make that change.”

 
Other News

Caryn Lynn Diller, 1952 - 2020

Caryn Diller Melia, Darien town clerk, passed November 14. The family were long-time residents of Darien and lived at the corner of Holly Lane and Hollow Tree Ridge Road. Caryn’s grandmother Rettig even donated the property bordering Nutmeg and the High School to the town.

Superintendent

Darien's Superintendent of Schools Alan Addley is quarantining after his spouse tested positive for COVID-19 this week. Addley said in a statement to families that he has tested negative for the virus, but has started a 14-day quarantine.


 
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In girls volleyball, Darien ended their regular season in second place behind the Greenwich Cardinals. Darien entered tournament play with a record of 7-3, while Greenwich was a perfect 10 - 0. 

Darien faced Greenwich in the Western regional final of the FCIAC.

In a wild shootout that stretched five sets, Greenwich emerged victorious with scores of 27-25, 26-28, 25-21, 24-26, 15-12.

For the players, just having the opportunity to play under these difficult circumstances may have outweighed any championship disappointment.


 
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Darien boys X-Country finished their abbreviated season with a perfect 5-0 record. Two Darien runners were included in the top 5 FCIAC All-West Region Awards.

The DHS girls team finished 4-1 and also had two of the top 5 runners mentioned in the FCIAC All-West Region Awards.

 
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Darien girls soccer had a great year, finishing the regular season undefeated at 9-0 and top of the FCIAC West.

In tournament play, Darien won its semi-final match against the Stamford Black Knights, only 2-6 in the regular season.

In the FCIAC West Regional finals, Darien faced off against rival New Canaan and lost a heartbreaker 2-1, the Rams scoring the tie-breaking goal on a corner kick in the second half.

 
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Cross Country

Results are in for the FCIAC West Region Championship. The event was held 11/4 at the picturesque Waveny Park in New Canaan on a beautiful fall day.

The 5000m boys race was won by Team Darien with the low score of 45, followed closely by the Rams of New Canaan at 46.

The actual winner of the race was Colin McLoughlin of Westhill with a time of 15:36.

For the girls, Team Darien came in third (out of four) with a score of 49. The winner, Greenwich, came in with a score of 29.

Mairead Clas, the outstanding Darien junior, finished second at 15:30 for the 4000m event.


 
Long Lines to Vote
Long Lines to Vote
Election Results:

Election results are in, and for the second time in a row, Darien supported the Democratic presidential candidate. Joe Biden received over 60% of the votes, a little more than 7,400, to Trump/Pence with 4,600 votes (38%).

Darien voters turned out in big numbers, and nearly 6,000 absentee ballots were cast.

Surprisingly, Darien also supported Democratic Congressman Jim Himes over Republican J. Riddle.

 
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Update:

Darien High School just closed the school Thursday, 11/5 to in-person learning after a Covid case was reported. The school is now only offering remote learning. All after-school activities were canceled as well.

This is the second time that Darien High School has gone fully remote since school reopened on Sept. 29 to in-person learning.

Middlesex Middle School also went fully remote last week due to a COVID-19 case.



Forty people at Darien High School have been requested to quarantine after being considered “close contacts” with a person testing positive for COVID-19 last week. Family members have also been instructed to self-quarantine and get tested.

Additionally,

Travelers to and from CT from hot-zone states may be able to avoid quarantining. If you have been tested for Covid-19 within 72 hours and the results are negative on a PCR test, self quarantining is not needed. Travelers should send results to DPH.Covid-Travel @ CT.gov or Fax (860) 326-0529.

Otherwise, the quarantine period is 10 days.



 
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The Blue Wave cross-country runners have a new home course this year. So far, the new course has brought luck as both the boys and girls are 2-0, first beating New Canaan and then Stamford HS.

Against the Black Knights, standout Mairead Clas was first for the girls, finishing 15:32 for their 3000m course. Darien won the boys 4,800m event with a time of 16:25.

More than 15 years ago, the Blue Wave ran home meets at Wee Burn Country Club, but were limited to Mondays when the golf course was closed to members. When the club shifted the layout of its greens, the course was virtually wiped out, and the runners had to use the road. The new course brings welcome relief. 


 
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Darien HS beats Fairfield in Football (Yes, football) 38-0
 
The students at Darien still have not given up playing tackle football this year. In the first game of a new "independent" season, Darien beat the Fairfield Mustangs 38-0.

The new independent league is hoping to play between six to eight games.

Right now there appears to be at least eight teams – Darien, New Canaan, Danbury, Stamford,  St. Joe’s in Trumbull, and two teams from Fairfield. Including players, coaches and officials, 100 people are allowed at games.

An independent football competition would run counter to guidance by the Connecticut Department of Health, which has recommended against playing 11-vs.-11 tackle football at the high school level.
 
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Bill Frate, DHS Class of 1973, still owns and operates the iconic Darien News Store on Tokeneke Road.

The store itself was built by Bill’s grandparents, Lottie and Gennaro Frate, opening in 1928. Gennaro Frate, born in 1906, also served 14 terms in the Connecticut General Assembly. 

The Darien News Store is one of a few historical businesses on Darien’s Tokeneke Road strip near the Darien train station.

Just down the road, Johnny’s Records has been business since 1975. Lounging with his feet atop a small counter at the front of store is John Konrad, proprietor of Johnny’s since 1975, and DHS Class of 1968.

 Ernie’s, the historic bar on Tokeneke Road, has been in business since the early 1930’s.


 
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While school has started with a hybrid model, they’re on track to have a full reopening Sept. 29, with five days of school in person. However, full remote learning will still be available for those who request it. There has been 11 COVID-19 cases reported for Middlesex Middle School and one suspected case at Tokeneke Elementary School,. The plan is for quarantining those with direct exposure while keeping schools open as long as possible.

Darien teachers have held a rally to raise concerns about being in school full-time

While pandemic problems has caused many Darien businesses to close, a new restaurant has opened called Baja Joe’s Tex-Mex Bistro. Located next to Ernie’s on Tokeneke Road, it specializes in tacos, burritos and quesadillas.
 

 
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For High School Students,
A Complex Way to get Around

Hallway patterns will promote social distancing:
  • One-way hallways.
    • The first floor will go clockwise - from the Welcome Center in, you'll go straight down the A wing hallway.
    • Each floor rotates directions.
  • One-way staircases
    • green = up
    • red = down
  • Staggered exits from classrooms to control flow into hallways
  • Longer passing periods to allow additional travel time for increased distance
 All clear?
 
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Fall sports (cross country, swimming, soccer, field hockey, volleyball, and football) can now begin low risk conditioning and non-contact sport-specific drills through September 20, 2020.

At the 2 week mark from the general opening of member schools, September 21, the CIAC will examine COVID data to determine if on-campus instruction will impact extracurricular offerings.

The decision for full team practicing will be made at that time.

It is believed that the in-person instruction of students is the highest priority of member schools. At the same time, structured physical activity is widely supported, especially under these difficult and isolating circumstances.
 
If COVID metrics prohibit team sports, the CIAC will seek to allow member schools to continue engaging students in low risk, small grouping, sports activities. Under extreme conditions, the CIAC will suspend all extracurricular activities.


 

Hard to Believe
One Year since our 50th Reunion !
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See You Again Soon!
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Jed Sells Lawrence Funeral Home

Darien’s only funeral parlor, Lawrence Funeral Home, has been sold. As of Tuesday, the Edward Lawrence Funeral Home was officially sold to Lesko & Polke Funeral Home of Fairfield. This sale marks the end of the 127-year family ownership.
 
Originally located in New Canaan, the Edward B. Lawrence Undertaking Business began in 1893. In 1931, Edward B. Lawrence’s son, Edward (Ted) Lawrence moved the business to Darien. Eventually, the business was passed to Jed Lawrence’s father, Edward Green Lawrence. Jed began working in the family business in 1973.
 
Lawrence, a lifelong Darien resident and Darien High Class of ‘68 grad, said he is ready for a bit of a “less demanding” lifestyle as a semi-retiree. Jed remains an elder and member of Noroton Presbyterian Church, Kiwanis Club of Darien, Darien Chamber of Commerce, and the Noroton Fire Department. He also coached Darien Little League and the Darien Junior Football League. He and his wife Debbie have two adult children
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Some Historical Photos of Darien

 
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Town officials at Bell gravesite
Town officials at Bell gravesite
Darien Celebrates 200 Years

It was June 12, 1820 that a gentleman named Thaddeus Bell called to order Darien’s first town meeting. Right after the American Revolution, five towns stretched across the shoreline of Fairfield County.  One of the towns, Stamford,  included today’s Darien, and most of New Canaan. A local religious society, or parish, Middlesex Parish was recognized officially in 1741. When parishes lost their civil standings with the new state constitution in 1818, towns were drawn along political lines and our area petitioned for incorporation.

Thaddeus Bell came from a family who first settled the town of Stamford in 1640. Thaddeus was a leader in the community and perhaps it’s best known veteran of the Revolutionary War. A man of ‘substance’, he owned a large farm in the Ox Ridge area. Under his leadership, the Connecticut Assembly approved the petition to form Darien in 1820. 

The original charter listed the town’s name as Belltown, and it was Thaddeus who decided on the name Darien.


 
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Post 50th Reunion Get-Together
 
Great shot of classmates Kenny Peliksza, Mike 'Lope' Lopriore, Dick Costello, and Ben Bruno in Jacksonville. Nobody mentioned any golf scores but all were sad to see former Jax resident Paul Hepp leave for Texas. 

 
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DHS Class of 1970 to Hold 50 + 1 Reunion


DHS Class of 1970 has abandoned, given up, thrown in the towel - on hopes of holding a 50th reunion this year.

Understandable - considering places like The Goose have all the seating capacity of three outdoor tables.

Their plans, which are outlined on the DarienHigh70.com webpage, are to hold a 50+1 Reunion in August 2021. Good luck to them!

Looking on the bright side, at least Rick Weber doesn’t have to go to back to back 50th reunions!


 
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Teachers, Students Celebrate End of School
 
DHS seniors celebrated the end of the topsy-turvy school year but not before one more tough decision had to be made. The event was scheduled for Thursday but with rain predicted it was moved to Friday.
So on Friday morning the Darien High seniors drove colorfully decorated cars and waved posters as they took a victory lap around the campus and collected their diplomas.

 
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Brooks Brothers Darien to Close

Tony retailer Brooks Brothers is closing its Darien store. The iconic company, founded in 1818, has had many celebrated clients including Abraham Lincoln, who wore a Brooks Brothers coat to his second inaugural. The company trademark, a wooly sheep suspended in a ribbon (Golden Fleece), was adopted in 1850.  This had long been a symbol of British woolen merchants.

Opened in 2008, the 9,800-square-foot retail building in Darien was recently sold for $7.5 million
 
Currently all Brooks Brothers stores in the United States are closed due to the pandemic. The company is also planning to close all its US factories, making all merchandise overseas.
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DHS Ranked High by U.S. News

U.S. News magazine recently released a list of top high schools, and nationally Darien High School came in a very respectable #214th place. The school has a graduation rate of 97%.

Additionally, DHS is ranked tied for FIRST (!) in the nation in the ranking of Math and Reading Proficiency (determined by state administrated tests).

The high school is also ranked No. 3 in the state. Local high school Weston was ranked higher in CT but ranking slightly below the Wave were Westport (4), New Canaan (5), and Greenwich (7).

Darien’s national ranking in the important Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) category was a respectable #84.


 
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Great DHS Athletes

Anybody remember Bob Staak? Bob was a DHS graduate in 1966, a year before our class arrived. He is the all-time DHS basketball scorer with 1,166 points. And this was before the 3 point shot.

Bobby started playing basketball at the age of 5 or 6 and was always good at it.

After graduating from high school he transferred to UCONN his sophomore year. He was co-captain his junior and senior years, MVP his senior year, and at graduation was the 4th all-time leading scorer at UCONN with 1,288 points.

Bob eventually entered coaching, where he worked with a number of college teams including being the head basketball coach at William and Mary. Bob has also been in the NBA for nearly 20 years in various assistant coaching and front office positions.

There is now a movement to have Bob’s DHS No. 21 jersey retired. 

 
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Go Team!

We know things are rough right now. So who better than some cheerleaders to keep up our spirits to finish the fight!

Front row left to right:
Anahid Kavookjian, Josie Mullen, Joni Dobson
Back row left to right:
Sue Geiger, Sharon Denunzio, Cinny Cobb, Sue Perschino, Peggy McNeil, Sue Venarde
Sandy Young, Carol Ann Augustus



 
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Bill Wright, Steve Craig, and Paul Hendrickson attended the CIAC State Track Open Championship in New Haven on Saturday. 

In the 1969 track season, Mark Tinker, Rick Poccia, Steve Craig and John Fitzsimmons ('70) ran a DHS record time for the 4 x 220 yard relay. The event is now the 4 x 200 meter relay, so their record will remain on the books. 

This year's winning time for the 4 x 200 m was 1:32.18.  The 1969 record time for the 4 x 220 was 1:31.20. The 1969 relay was a full 45 feet (13.72 meters) longer and yet  run 1.5 seconds faster then this year’s time! Well done!


 
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The Blue Wave boys and girls track teams competed in the CIAC Winter Track Championships held at Hill House HS in New Haven. Class L events were held Saturday, Feb 15. Both Blue Wave squads came into the event each having finished second in the FCIAC East Division behind Ludlowe.

In the state championships Darien boys finished a distance 12th behind State Champs and host, Hill House HS. Darien was fourth in 55m Dash (6.73), fifth in the 4X400 (3:32.95), and second in the Long Jump (21.00’).
 
For the girls, the team finished sixth in a field of 22 behind Champs Windsor HS. Darien was second in the 600 m Run (5:08. 50), fourth in the 4 x 400 m Relay (4:21. 00), third in the High Jump (5 – 0) and first in the Long Jump (16 – 11).

In the Open Event the Darien boys team finished tied in 29th place.
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Mardie Porter shares her winter adventure:

Another ski adventure! Three days at the Appalachian Mountain Club  Lodge “Gorman Chairback”. We left home when the temp was a freezing -14 below.  We trekked eight mile to the lodge as temperatures  warmed to near 17 degrees. 

The second day was on snowshoe on back-country trails. Day 3 we skied back out to our cars on a glorious day, with temps above freezing!!!

Sounds like a ball!

 
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Steve and Patti Craig did well in their apple orchard this fall. They report harvesting over 20 bushels of apples. (Note: 1 bushel = 48 pounds). The Craigbo Cider Co. made 16 gallons of unadulterated apple cider, while also donating apples to a local farmer and food pantry.
 
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Wave Football Coach Retires

Darien High head coach Rob Trifone is retiring. Taking over as head coach in 2007, Coach Trifone has compiled a 129 – 26 record (.832) including four FCIAC and three State championships. From 2015 to 2017, Darien ended each season ranked  No. 1 in the state. Trifone has had four of his sons in the Blue Wave program: Kevin of the Class of 2007, twins Bobby and Christian of the Class of 2016, and Mark, a senior who will graduate in the spring.
 
Trifone has been with the Darien football program for 15 years, joining as an assistant coach in 2005 and then taking over as head coach in 2007. Including his earlier time coaching Brien McMahon, the Coach has compiled a 252-86-2 record (.741).
 
Trifone was inducted into the FCIAC Hall of Fame in 2014, and has also been named Coach of the Year 16 times, including two times by the National Football Foundation, one by the CT High School Coaches Association and four times by the FCIAC.
He was inducted into the Connecticut High School Coaches Association (CHSCA) Hall of Fame earlier this year.


 
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The Big 5-0
Reunion Central

 
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Check Out the Photo Album page with Pictures from all 3 Nights
Send Us Your Pictures
From Our 50th!


 
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Chris Eng Leventhal, Kate Mason Gredinger, Sue Geiger Johanson
 
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Benny Bruno, Mark Tinker, Gary Gibbs
 
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Tim and Jamila Potts
 
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Folks From Hindley School
 
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Sue Venarde Mahoney, Sue Geiger, Anahid
 
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Thomas Lane and Edward Tyler
 
Upload by going to the Photo Album tab on left side
or send them to tapotts@darkfield.com or johndvdh@gmail.com



 
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Georgianna Smith Bloom, Rick Bloom, Tom Lane
 
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Charlie Smith and Lauren Fair
 
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Carol Ann Augustus Summers and Bev Bonfoey
 
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Patti Shaw Craig and Mardie Porter
 
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Mark Paddock, Dennis Sullivan, Sue Venardi Mahoney, Janet Martin Fisher, Martyn Goossen, Kathy DelleFontane Goossen, Steve Craig

 
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Dave Lynch, Barb and Jim Tully
 
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Cliff Powell, Gork Boneman, Sandy McGill
 
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Chris Eng Leventhal, Dennis Sullivan, Patti Shaw Craig, Dick Costello
 
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Rick Weber, Chris Weber, Eric Joosten, Paul Hendrickson

 
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Josie Mullen and Lauren Fair
 
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Peter Johnson, Paul Dominis, Paul Buckley, Carolyn Johnson

 
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Sue Geiger, Anahid Kavookjian Vrana, Ann Back Price

 
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Josie Mullen and James Tully
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Bill and Annie Schade
 
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Ed Tyler and Bob Mercer

 
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Dick Costello and Rick Poccia

 
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Janet Martin Fisher and Sally Armus Shutts
 
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Anahid
 
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Charlie Smith, Bill Guptill, Kathy Strachan
 
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Tom Lane, Stu Traver, Jay Baker, David Miller

 
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Bruce Frail, Eric Joosten, Vandy Van Wagener

 
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Sue Venarde Mahoney, Kathy DelleFontane Goossen, Marty Goossen, Ed Tyler
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Gary Gibbs and Chris Bischof

 
Our Schedule of Events

Friday


The Goose Restaurant at 7:00 pm.
Cash Bar, Refreshments, Free Appetizers 

Saturday


Breakfast at the Sugar Bowl

A golf outing at Ridgefield CC 11:00 

Main Event at Tokeneke Club
6:00-11:00

Dinner and music at the Tokeneke Club


 
Sunday

Weed Beach Paddle Pavillion
Lunch and refreshments




 
    Our Guest List

 
Pete White Dave Terry
Claudia Smith Davenport Kathy DelleFontane Goossen
Dennis Gavin Pete Johnson
Rick Poccia Janet Martin Fisher
Mark Beckwith Anita Conway
Bruce Frail Paul Dominis
Patty Mazza Sturges Sue Dickman Klein
Sally Armus Christy Rodgers
Mardi Porter Ed Tyler
Bill Guptill Mark Blackman
Georgiana Smith Bloom Kate Mason Gredinger
Pete Franklin Gary  Gibbs
Tom Lane Billy Harper
Anahid Kavoojian Vrana Dave Lynch
Lauren Fair Jimmy Valente
Tim Potts Casey Nickerson
Suzanne Nikola Baldino John van den Heuvel
Jim Morrison Chris Bischof
Josie Mullen Paul Buckley
Johnny Maul Skip Kennedy
Bev Bonfoey Barb Thorne
Marni Kent Hansell Bob Mercer
Bob Ierardi Eric Joosten
Dennis Sullivan Tom Milek
Gary Swartz Dave Miller
Steve Verses Jay Baker
Cliff Powell Ann Back Price
Steve and Patti Craig Anne Marie McGarry
Vandy Van Wagener Bill Schade
George Farrington Todd and Martha Robbins
Rick Weber Jane Seyferth
Sue Venarde Mahoney Mark Tinker
Joan Dobson Glazebrook Paul Hendrickson
Sandy McGill Ted Vanech
Jim Tully Stu Traver
Dick Costello Mike Lopriore
Charlie Smith Chris Eng Leventhal
Jane Genster John Wuerthner
Carol Ann Augustus Summers Anne Irvine
Ken Broska Paul Hepp
Dave Jefferson Sue Geiger
Allison Poccia Joanne Schoepf Reisser
Benny Bruno                 Kyle Hepp    
Kathy Strachan Pam Burkhardt Mele 
Peter Scholtz  
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Comments from Class Members!

 
Mary Bass Brown: Have fun everyone! Enjoy - post pictures.....lot's of pictures!
 
 
Anna Lamberton Whelpley: So sorry to be missing this great time😫Have a blast!

Thank-you!!
 
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Important Contact Info

Where to send Classmate info : darienhs1969@gmail.com

Where to update your profile and see classmate's info: www.50thdarienhigh69.com

Where to post your pictures: On Facebook, join

Darien High School Class of '69 members group

Thanks, and see you soon!
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Christy Rogers on the Camino de Santiago
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Pete White
Thanks for the Update!

 
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Joanne Schoepf Reisser

Thanks for the Update!
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We Thank the DHS 1969 Classmates Who Served
 
 
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Skins and Terry Cummings
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Mike Lopriore and Paul Hepp get together in Jacksonville, FL.

Hey, where's the invite? It's freezing up here!


 

 
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Vandy Van Wagener - Good to hear from you!

Thanks for the Update.
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Anne Marie McGarry
 
Thanks for Your Update!
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Deb Ridabock preps for the end of summer
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Greetings Anahid!
Great to Hear from You
 
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Hot Fun in the Summertime
 
The perils of missing class on senior 'Skip' Day
 
 
 
 
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George Wehmann's Pontiac Super Chief
 
 
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Mary Grace Joynt and Suzanne Ferree
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 Terry Cummings, Tim Maul, Cliff Powell

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Tina Rollins McKay in Bali
Tina Rollins McKay in Bali
 
George Farrington, Mark Tinker and Jay Baker  Photo by George Wehmann
George Farrington, Mark Tinker and Jay Baker Photo by George Wehmann

 Shot of trip out west during summer of '69 when we hitchhiked to California. Mark Tinker's dad bought us the car to roam around California and back to CT. Thought I lost this. Great memories from that trip. Those were the days!  -George Wehmann
     

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The names just keep on coming in!

(starting bottom left): Chris Garr, Ellen Johnson, Martha Whelan, Jane Hindenlang
Sue Dickman, Kathy McIntyre, Pam Burkhart Melee, Co Koppert (Young LIfe)
Bobby Grant, Kathy Fricke, Jackie Fitzpatrick, MaryLou Sivos
Heidi Gerber
Carol Augustus Summers, Anna Lamberton, Louis Belfour, Sara Schyler
Man in hat- L. (Ron) Hubbard, the kid on far right with hood is Mardie Porter's brother, Clark Porter 
The guy near top row hat and glasses: Middlesex science teacher "Booger" Bates
Right Center back row: The man in the hat and woman next to him-
Mr and Mrs Hendrickson (Paul's parents)! 
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Reunion Quiz
What is the DHS Motto?

Cheaper than Prep School!
Ivy League Here I Come!
Best partyin' school in Fairfield County!
Veritas vos liberabit
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