June 8, 2018

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Jim Morrison on June 27, 2018 1:04 PM
Hats off to the swim team. It brings back a memory when Tom Lane, Dennis Gaven, and I swam accross the the water from Weed Beach to Stamford late one summer night. We swam so fast you would have thought it was a race-- of course the Darien police were right behind us and the Stamford cops were waiting on the other side. A quick turn around and a return swim. Thought we got away--next stop the Darien Police Station. 
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Webmeister on June 30, 2018 9:44 AM
Funny Jim. I'm sure you had sponsors for such a worthy cause!
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James Morrison on July 24, 2018 8:38 PM
It's funny because we had a sponsor that night a guy by the name of Bud  Wiser. He seemed to be with us all through senior year.
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Patti Craig on August 7, 2018 11:50 AM
My, my we have good looking classmates.  Beautiful pic, Bev, Carol Ann and Sue.
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Patti Craig on August 16, 2018 4:42 PM

A talent show....what a great idea.  I know that we have several talented musicians in our class.  I would truly love to hear/see them perform.  Mardie Porter's voice alone will knock your socks off.  We also have several gifted visual and graphic artists as well as writers.  Let's hear it for '69 talent!
 
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Patti Craig on September 13, 2018 5:41 PM
Giving a shout out to Anaheid Kavoojian Vrana, Anna Lamberton Whelpley, Dick Costello and Tina Rollins McKay.  Am watching Hurricane Florence and hoping that you stay safe!
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Heuvel on October 11, 2018 11:38 AM
Here we go again Patti with Michael!
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Patti Craig on October 13, 2018 5:15 PM
These storms are just monstrous.  Fortunately, I don't know of any of our classmates who were living in the path of Michael.  But for the poor souls who were, I have great sympathy.  Mexico Beach has been obliterated.  And folks in Port St. Joe were already struggling in the aftermath of the paper mill closure. They may not recover from this disaster for a long time.
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Webmeister on September 15, 2018 4:17 PM
Hear, hear Patti. We wish all our classmates well.
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Patti Craig on September 16, 2018 1:42 PM
'Glad to report that everyone that I've heard from is 'OK'.  Both Dick Costello and Gary Swartz elected to successfully ride out the storm at home.  The most affected is Tina Rollins McKay who lives right in Wilmington.  Tina evacuated Thursday to Fayetteville, to a friend's home.  She reports that she has a tree down in her back yard and across her driveway in Wilmington but no sign of structural damage.  In Fayetteville it is still raining hard and the Cape Fear River is still rising, predicted to crest at @ 50 feet above flood level.  She is hoping to return home in a week.
 
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