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07/21/13 09:12 PM #13    

Donna Winslow (Bialozor)

Thank you to the Reunion Committee for a great time at West Side Grille.  It was awesome to see so many classmates some of whom I have not seen in 40 years.  Wow, what a blast.  South High Class of '73 rocks!!  Donna Winslow Bialozor


07/23/13 11:44 AM #14    

 

Dale Clark (Hager)

Class of '73----you are amazing people. I am so thankful to have reconnected with so many classmates. Thanks for all of your kind words and participation. It was wonderful seeing you all---fondly--Dale


07/23/13 04:07 PM #15    

 

Dan Rourke

Hello All from Corning, New York,

I'm still recovering from all the fun I had over the weekend:)

It was great to see all of you and attempt to catch up on what everyone has done for the last 40 years.

Many, Many thanks to the committee for your attention to detail and how well the weekend went!

 

Hope you all enjoy the rest of the summer.

 

Take Care,

 

Dan


07/24/13 07:36 PM #16    

 

Frank Palmer

I never would have foreseen the great time I had seeing everyone.  It was a magical evening and I will think about all of you until I see you again.  Until then, I wish you all the best!


07/26/13 08:55 PM #17    

 

Vicki Hazelton (Bauman)

Thank you, Dale, Gloria, Roseanne, George, Kevin, Vanessa (have I left anyone out?) for the wonderful job you did organizing our 40th reunion.  I can't even imagine how much time and effort it must have taken to pull everything together.  I truly enjoyed seeing everyone, some whom I have not seen in 40 years.  Pete's prayer topped off the evening for me.  I returned to Minneapolis today with only fond memories of the great time I had at our 40th!  


07/28/13 08:31 PM #18    

 

Regina DeMarsh (Galiulo)

Gina DeMarsh Galiulo

Thank you to all my classmates who worked on the reunion. I had a great time even though i was only able to attend one portion .Considering the 70's it appears as though we all turned out to be very successful. With all my best wishes to you all. xoxoxo gina  


07/28/13 11:32 PM #19    

 

Robert Passineau

A huge thank you to the reunion committee for the job you did putting all this together.  I really enjoyed seeing everyone again.  Frank Palmer did an amazing job hosting and I think he kept the hair he had in the 70's;-).  I cannot wait to see the photos taken during the reunion.

Cheers to all!

Rob

 


07/31/13 11:39 PM #20    

 

Frank Palmer

Hi again Fellow Classmates.  I have a summer class assignment that you will thank me for later...I promise!

My friend Marcus Luttrell is a retired Navy SEAL who wrote the New York Times Best Seller, "Lone Survivor", which is now available in paperback.  Marcus was the lone survivor of Operation Redwing in 2005 when 16 Special Forces lost their lives.  This may just be the best book you'll ever read and I doubt that a dry eye has ever scanned it's pages.

Now, after many years and a lead change, the Universal major motion picture of the same name will premier this November.  Mark Wahlberg will play Marcus and I am here to tell you that those are hard boots to fill.

Today, I received an email containing the first trailer for the movie.  Please drop me a line on this site or to palmer@precor.com with your email address and I will gladly send you the eBlast I received from the Boot Campaign.

I sincerely hope to hear from each of you.  Thank you.

And a special thank you to the US Military Service Men and Woman who attended our reunion dinner...

Donna Winslow-Bialozor

Randy Soderholm

David Calhoun

Thank you, and all our troops, for your service to our great Country and for protecting our freedoms!

   


08/01/13 06:32 PM #21    

 

Cheryl Bodkin (Briggs)

Thanks to all of our reunion organizers! I had a great time (even more than I expected).

I thought our High School seemed smaller than I remembered but was encouraged to see all of the new computers and electronics that were being incorporated.

I knew a lot of you were talented but had no idea we had such a talented commedian in our class! How will you top the 40th reunion performance at the next reunion?

Many of my friends here in CT couldn't wait to hear how our 40th reunion went. They are close to the same milestone and I think were very encouraged to hear how much fun we had. The primary lesson I passed on to them, be sure to have name tags with high school pictures on them! Some of us have changed just a bit over the past 40 years.

Since our reunion I've been looking through a lot of my old photo albums and I have found some priceless photos. I will pass these on to our organizers in preparation for our next reunion.

 

Hope we can keep this site up and running!

 

Cherie


08/15/13 09:07 PM #22    

 

Daniel Cottrell

What a great weekend for the 40th Reunion!  Many thanks to the organizers who put forth a tremendous amount of effort to pull this off. It was fantastic to see everyone.  Wishing you all the best of health.......because at our age.....that's all that really counts!

 

Dan


08/28/13 03:42 PM #23    

 

Dale Clark (Hager)

We are hoping to have the classmate that brought the photo of Spring Street school scan it to the photo page on the website. People have been asking about copies.  If anyone has photos to post---please do so before we forget!! We all look forward to seeing what you saw. Thanks--Dale


11/27/13 09:48 PM #24    

 

Craig Pratt

i read tonight that this site will be running through to 08/2014.. i know it takes a lot of work to maintain this web site and money to keep it up and running. i thank you for all your time and hard work maintaing this site for us.. i for one would hate to see it come to and end.. anyone i have talked with really enjoys this  site. i would be more than willing to help out by donating to help keep this site up and running i hope more of our classmates feel the same way...

  Thank You,

    Craig Pratt


11/30/13 10:40 AM #25    

 

Stephen Reynolds

Hey All,

           This is a little late in posting, but I was never on time much anyways. First I would like to thank everyone who worked so hard to put our reunion all together. ( You did a fantastic job and I'm sure put many of your own hours into this THANK YOU ) It was great to see everyone who showed up, not many have changed much. I find it hard to believe that some traveled so many miles to come, that is a big committment on your part thank you for traveling. My only disappointment was that more didn't come, but times are not the best for everyone. The informal get together was a little warm but we servived. At the formal gathering there were many surprises and lots of laughs. Frank Palmer you were outrageous, great job. I know I haven't kept in contact with anyone over the years, but when I saw all the old faces it was like time had stood still, the more things change the more they stay the same. I wish all our classmates peace and good health as we approach our golden years and retirements. Good to see you all !!!!!!

 


12/04/13 11:11 PM #26    

 

Kathleen Mahoney (Michalski)

Thank you for all the people who worked so hard putting the reunion together. It must have been quite a difficult job finding alumni.  Many times I have wondered how members of our class are doing. It was wonderful to meet our classmates and hear where life has taken them. I am so proud of the people I was able to talk with, hear about the different paths they chose, and where they are now. Looking forward to the next time we can get together!


01/09/14 09:39 AM #27    

Donna Winslow (Bialozor)

Hello Classmates.  Am wondering if whoever brought the group classmate photo of the 1st grade Harrison Avenue Elementary School could scan and share on this site?  Thanks in advance!!  Donna Winslow (Bialozor)


01/09/14 06:05 PM #28    

Robert Knapp

Thank you for making the donations - both are terrific causes.


01/09/14 09:19 PM #29    

 

Craig Pratt

i would once again like to thank all involved in maintaing this web site and if donations are needed to help keep this site up and running past 08/2014 i will be more than happy to donate to this site its for all of us to stay in contact with each other. I would hope that more of our classmates feel the same and would be willing to donate.. i hope to see more classmates feel the same way.

Thank You

Craig


01/10/14 10:37 AM #30    

 

Cheryl Bodkin (Briggs)

I would also be willing to donate to keep this site up and running.

Cheryl


01/10/14 01:47 PM #31    

Kevin Chamberlain

Good news for site users: the hosting company is coming out with a new option that does not require any fees.  Instead, they will be displaying ads.  Our paid registration continues until July and so there won't be any ads until then.  At that point -- and If the ads are not too intrusive -- we can keep the site open indefinitely without further costs.

Meanwhile, if anyone has any ideas of things to include, let us know!


01/11/14 07:50 PM #32    

 

Cheryl Bodkin (Briggs)

Kevin,

Thanks for the great news!

Cheryl


04/25/14 12:52 PM #33    

Cathy Rosati (Flickinger)

For those of you who don't know yet, Gary Dickinson passed away on Wednesday April 23, 2014.  Calling hours are 3pm to 6 pm on Sunday the 27th at Carleton's Funeral Home with the funeral on Monday the 28th at 11:00 am at the First Presbytarian Church on the park in Hudson Falls.  He was a great guy & we will all miss him.

 


04/27/14 11:07 AM #34    

 

Debra LaRouche (Carroll)

Hi Everyone,

I have an extra 1973 Arrowhead yearbook if there is a classmate who never got one.  It is unmarked.  Contact me through this site with your mailing address and I'll send it out to you.

Debbi 


05/05/14 08:29 AM #35    

 

Kevin Jacobie

Do any of you who attended Moreau school remember any of the following names,  Jay Lamica,  Jay Holtz,  Gregg Yeoman, and Craig Walden,  I think I've come close to spelling their names right.  Anyway, all these people went to to school with us there and then moved away,  except maybe Jay Holtz,  he seemed to have just disappeared.   Have any of you ever heard from any of these people?


05/06/14 07:57 PM #36    

 

Keith Gilligan

kevin ,

i haven't talked with jay in awhile but i do talk with his step brother ( carl graves ) who actually lives in their old house on old west road. i will ask him next time i see him how jay is doing. keith 


03/05/16 02:00 PM #37    

 

Debra LaRouche (Carroll)

Hi Everyone,

This weekend is the SGF Marathon Dance and one of our own is a recipient.  Ed Allen, Class of '73 has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma and has been fighting this cancer for 7 years.

Here is the link to see the video of Ed and his family.  Very proud of my Alma Mater and all those kids who danced! 

https://youtu.be/3LYjlCQw050

 http://www.active.com/donate/shmd2016/shmdna


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