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Mary's Farm: High School Reunion

Mary’s Farm: High School Reunion
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3 Responses to Mary’s Farm: High School Reunion

  1. Harold R. Brink, PE May 24, 2010 at 12:20 pm #

    “The trip home is never as hard as the one away.”

    Is home the home of today or yesteryear?

  2. Sallie Dodd Butters May 24, 2010 at 10:12 pm #

    Damn you’re good! Jim Diverio sent the site to me….he and his family visited me 2 years ago…delightful Gill folks! Are you ready for your Iceland trip? Seeds started ? Plan to come west to Chris’s whenever we have our next reunion at her place sometime in the future. I have reconnected with the Barbatelli ‘kids’ who lived in the next house who I babysat for befire they moved away in about ’59! Patty, now Lovdey, her given name reminded me thet “I had taught her how to canter like a horse ” !( or burro)…what a wonderful trip !
    I MISS YOU !

  3. Maureen Anderson May 3, 2012 at 11:49 am #

    I come from a school that has held an Alumni Banquet and Reunion for 128 years. I think my school might be about the only school that continues this tradition in the United States.
    This will be my 50th class reunion. The 50th class is the Honored Class, the 25th class hosts the reunion. I will be returning for the Reunion to reconnect with my classmates.

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