It has been brought to my attention that we are now counting 59 years since our graduation day in 1958. As we look forward to reaching the 60 year mark, some of us hope to have enough classmates left who want to celebrate the achievement in some meaningful way.
So let me put this question to you all: Shall we have a party, a picnic, a luncheon or shall we gather in small groups to celebrate in another way?
We need your feedback on this. Some of us live far and can no longer travel very easily. Those who have stayed close to South River would like to celebrate there as we did all those years ago.
I am willing to help promote the gathering in any way I am able to, but I am now facing surgery and the recovery that will follow, so I will be out of commission for a time. Pat Iko has been faithful in doing more than her share to keep me up to date on the health and well-being of our classmates. She has also volunteered to arrange any gathering held in South River itself. She will need your help and advice as will I, and anyone else who would like to participate in this milestone event.
We have a great class and our history of staying close and in touch is heartwarming. Let's keep that tradition.
This site isn't about waistlines, hairlines or credit lines. It's about lifelines.
It's about reconnecting with our friends from some of the best years of our lives.
it's about caring for our classmates and their families!
No matter where you are in life -- take the time to keep in touch with friends.