This reunion is being organized on Facebook. The page for the event may be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/675589952516553/
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Charleston Civic Center
Designed by the Class of 1969. Was made into a metal sculpture that was on the side of the building until the new gym addition was added.
All years are invited to join in for this ALL YEAR REUNION. We will have memorabilia from THE HILL. Asking each Class to have at least 1 representative to help plan. Main event will be on a Saturday evening.
Classes may choose to have separate activities on Friday.
Attendees may want to spend more time in the area to enjoy attractions such as: Charleston Town Center, Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of West Virginia, WV State Museum, White Water Rafting, Zip Lining, Mardi Gras Casino, Kanawha State Forest, Coonskin Park, Live on the Levee, Golfing, the Mystery Hole and so many other wonderful places.
Please join this event. Share on your page. Invite others. We want as many as possible to attend.
It’s going to be EPIC!!!
“On the occasional Saturday, Hack would pick me up and we would go ride. Sometimes we would ride with his dad, sometimes not. But we would go. We would ride into the mountains of West Virginia. By that time, I had travelled a number of roads and had seen many parts of the state, but all through a car window. I was now seeing it from a new perspective and with new sensory input. The change of temperature in the warm spots of the sun, the cool spots in the hollows. Light shifting through the trees. Wonderful smells would sift through the helmet; wildflowers in bloom, horses in the meadow, fresh baked bread, something dead in the ditch, car exhaust, flowing water, fresh air. I was in the wind, exposed to the elements. It rained and I got wet. The temperature dropped as we rode north into higher elevations and I got cold. The sun burst through the fog and the extra layer I put on to fend off the morning chill was now too much. Bugs splatted off my helmet, jacket, and boots. My clothes got covered in road grime and saturated with sweat. And all I could do was smile.”
via Moving the Soul | by Brent Aikman.
See the reunion photos for some beautiful new smiling faces — Kim Eplin in the QSA; Karen Clark, Roger Adkins, and Jeff Miller at the KSF picnic.
Still need some other faces….Sandi Hackworth, Matt Yeager, Angie Webb, and Pat Cole for sure. Here are other names given as attending, but I am not sure they made it. Can anyone confirm if I need pictures of these fine people? Thanks!
- Lisa Redman
- Lori Arrington
- Harvey Harmon
- Kelly Kight
- Chris Krivonyak
- Jeff Vickers
- Frank Lambert
Check Your Bags. And I Love You. | Esse Diem
The link above is to a blog post written today about the reunion. I hope you enjoy it!
Photos from this weekend are starting to roll in!
Please check back over the next few days to see how the digital scrapbook unfolds……They will be posted by event: QSA Reception, Picnic, and Dinner at Fazio’s.
FRIDAY NIGHT: QSA (and tour of building – sort of) 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. (family)
SATURDAY: Shelter 8, Kanawha St. Forest (near pool and playground) 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. (family)
SATURDAY NIGHT: Fazio’s 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. (adults)
BABYSITTING: available – drop a comment here and we will get back to you with details
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New photos from the old days are up! Many more to come……While there are some charming pictures from Senior Skip Day (really), we will not be posting any of those out of fairness to people who are not aware their picture is up and may not be excited to find out later.
If I have any questions about your photograph, I will contact you to get permission. Happily, Kurt Lundgren has greenlighted the shirtless image so it’s all good. 🙂 And I don’t know why, but every time I look at the photo titled “Thad Keener driving” I fall out laughing. Thank you so much to everyone who is sending in pictures! I will keep putting them up as time allows.
Finally, heard this on the radio in the car this morning, it brought back some good memories. Enjoy!
New page is up for photos from the 10th! Special thanks go to Lisa Jackson for these earliest photos. FYI, there is no deadline, ever, for sending in pictures, so any time is great.
Also, per a recent inquiry into “dress code” for events (ahem…dress code? Come on now…..), there is none other than your common sense. We’re 40 something, yes? We’ve earned the right to wear whatever we so please. Plus, it’s casual at the school, very casual at the picnic, and even Fazio’s is a pleasantly nice but family-type environment — though please do remember this event is adults-only. Child care options are available, just let us know you need more info and we can connect you with Jane Perry Brewer and her set-up at her house during dinner on Saturday night.
Given all this and the crazy heat, if I see any jackets or pantyhose anywhere, citations will be issued.
Instead of actually dressing up, I say enjoy some ZZ Top from 1983: