Thursday, December 3, 2009

Woo Hoo…what a night!!!

Several weeks ago I blogged about meeting with some friends concerning a school reunion. One of these people came up with the idea of having a reunion of everyone who had ever attended our local high school. This was a very big undertaking that turned out beautifully.

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There were a few more that left early or came in late that I didn’t get photos of…We had wonderful entertainment…

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Kevin Black was there live and in person…Kevin is Clint Black’s brother and a wonderful entertainer in his own right. He didn’t have his band with him this time but is scheduled to come back with his entire band soon…

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Classmate Wayne with Kevin and Clint Black…

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Kevin has a favorite charity and is involved in a lot of work with them. Unfortunately Kevin lost his 16 year-old daughter to Rett's Disease. In her memory, and for the hope of those girls who get the disease, Kevin and Clint do a benefit every year to raise money for a cure at the Dosey Doe in Texas.

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One of the photos from our reunion…see what a group of reserved professionals we are!!!

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The “real” Class of ‘70… fun loving, goofy and ?????????

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I haven’t seen some of these “kids” since we graduated…

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The lady in the middle was a great friend of mine that I haven’t seen in ages…we didn’t graduate the same year so this reunion made our meeting possible…

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On the left is my good friend Jackie, Gary (we went to school together from grade 1-12) and myself…

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Jackie, Cheri and myself ( something had my attention)…

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The reunion planning committee…r to l first row…Linda, Greg, Dianne, Becky

back row l to r…Wayne, Russ, RT, Melba and Glenn

Thanks guys, it was great fun…

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Donna Boucher asked on her blog for us to paste our senior photo…so here goes…if you notice in the above yearbook photo…my hair was just like everyone else’s!!!

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