Archives for August 2011

1963 State Basketball Tournament

Send us your old photographs in jpg format.  Send  to contact@sshs63.com

Pictures and Mini reunions

I’m adding a few pictures to the website so that I can test the slider.

Be sure to check the Puget Sound Mini Reunion Post for contact information.  This Mini reunion is in September.

Looking for old pictures

We will be adding to this website with old pictures from previous reunions or mini reunions.  If you have some to share, send them to contact@sshs63.com

This will also give us a head start on collecting pictures for the 50th reunion.  If you would also put in the e-mail a note about the picture and the people in the picture, that would help.

a newsletter

Here is the newest newsletter.  You can find this newsletter and all previous newsletters on sshs63.blogspot.com

Summer-Fall Color 2011

Communications

We had about 15 e-mails that bounced when we sent the last newsletter.  Be sure to let us know if you move or change your contact information.  We also appreciate your help finding people on the “missing classmate” list.  We are happy to communicate about mini-reunions.  Just let us know!!

Puget Sound Area Classmates – Mini reunion in September

September Get-together Planned for Puget Sound Area Classmates

An informal, mini-reunion is planned for Friday, September 23, Noon-4:00 pm, at the northeast Seattle home of Glen and Susan Johnson. Lunch will be potluck (salad, main dish, or dessert); cups, plates and utensils provided. Bring a beverage of your choosing. Come and enjoy some good conversation with “old” friends!

 

If you plan to attend, please email either Glen (gjohnson@u.washington.edu or call 206-527-8258) or Sue Gleckler Palmason (sgpquilts@hotmail.com). The address and/or driving directions will be provided to you. We look forward to seeing you there!

mini reunion 2006

  This year we met at a Mexican Restaurant in West Salem.

Mini Reunion in 2005

What fun to have a mini reunion in someone’s back yard.  I actually think this party was in someone’s new shop.   The class of 1963 can party anywhere.