50th Reunion

Click HERE for 50th reunion pictures. Thanks to Doreen Beach Jones for sharing.

Doreen Says: If you want copies either click or cut and paste to your computer.

Just to let you know I have no plans on taking my link to photobucket down.

If you click on a photo it will enlarge if you right click it will allow you to do a save as and you can make a file on your computer with the shots you want.  You can also just bookmark the site for your pleasure.  Enjoy! Doreen

After you hit the Click Here above and get to the photobucket website you may have to click the middle button in the upper right corner next to the red X to view full screen. Then click the red slideshow button.

Here are more pictures!   



See a letter from Carolyn (Kaye) Lee below:

May 5, 2010

Dear Classmates:

For a brief moment in time, there was CAMELOT. The HHS 50th reunion was truly fabulous. There was a special aura, buzz, hype, electricity, excitement... however you want to term it. EVERYONE appeared to be having a great time and everyone DANCED...even me with titanium hips! WHAT FUN!

I loved talking to everyone I could corner, although the conversations were too brief and often interrupted. I apologize to people I did not recognize right off, but frankly, you all look marvelous!

It was like being in a huge re-vitalized community. Some of my first "loves" (both real and fantasized) returned, and some of my chums and academic rivals. The re-connections made it feel like family. It was coming full circle for me, back to times and friendships that had sustained me through an abysmal home life and helped me chart a path to my own redemption out of the area.

Thank you all for being there, for HUGS and HI'S. I appreciated queries about my son, Dave, now 40, half of his life a paraplegic. He became quite the athlete, and went to the PARALYMPICS in China in 2008 in handcycling.

For those who were "Keepers of the Flame" and orchestrated this grand symphony--bless you for your time, your creativity, your dedication.. I have planned events for my medical school class, but none turned out nearly so well.

As we all transition into the next decade (middle "old age"), let me close with part of the Irish blessing my grandfather taught me: ... "until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand."

Best wishes for your health and happiness,