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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Mikell Becker  4/19
•   Randy Duran  3/21
•   Gary Bland  3/19
•   Sharon Catt (Pomykala)  3/2
•   Janie Mestas (Reyes)  2/22
•   Ed Vaillancourt  2/15
•   Ty Self (Hise)  2/13
•   Nick Pavlakovich Jr.  2/10
•   Hugh Formhals  1/31
•   Dawn Higgins  1/27
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


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 Official Website for VHS Class of 64

Updated Monday, February 15, 2016

Occasionally, some youngster makes a comment about how 'easy' our growing up years must have been, compared to today.  

OK...we choose to remember the best moments, and the fun times.  But, ours was not a history without some incredible changes.  Have your younger generations watch this SlideShow and the Billy Joel song.  EVERY generation has it's moments... bet you forgot some of these:

 

PS  After you watch it through to the end, this slide show has some wonderful tricks.  If you right click on any slide, you'll be taken to an explanation of what the slide is about (doesn't work in Fullscreen Mode).  Fascinating!!

 

 

And this didn't even touch on Viet Nam and 'the rest'.  As the song says:

Click Here    We Didn't Start the Fire...             

 

 

Or Here→  And here's another link..            

 

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Mr Beaty and Mr Babcock's great articles are still on the website

Click on 'Our Teachers >>In the News' on the Left Margin

Or GO HERE

 

 

Our Bulletin Board for Classmates

Click Here ⇒     Bulletin Board                     

 

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If you like Oldies and Videos here's a great website:  

Click Here for 'Oldie' Videos

Thanks to Classmate Nick Pavlakovitch for the tip 

 

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To visit the 'Yesterday' page: Click here

 

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Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of this page for additional content

(*Note to visitors: Links and pages marked with asterisks* are available only to signed in and validated Classmates.  Visitors please check details in this link)

               

**This Web site is completely free to all Class of 64 Valley classmates.  The website is run by your classmates, not by a 'for profit corporation'.  All the information and pictures for the recent (Sept 2014) 50th reunion are on this website.  Also many pictures provided by your classmates are viewable on classsmates profiles when you sign in (and have been validated).  You'll also find pictures from many previous reunions. 

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We have 168 classmates signed on to our website.  Join us! 

Go Vikings!

 

 

 Our Website has had 48190 visits since we started up in September 2012

Wow!  Somebody likes us! 

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

From Leslie Fluke to the Class of 64:

 

This is the year that most of us hit that mile marker of 70 years of age.

In my youth I was an inveterate fan of Simon and Garfunkel and with recent events, including the passing of our classmates and their children... I once again find solace in some of the words penned and sung by Paul Simon.

At the ripe old age of twenty-three, this song stuck in my head and never left.

Old friends
Old friends
Sat on their park bench like bookends
A newspaper blowin' through the grass
Falls on the round toes
Of the high shoes
Of the old friends

Old friends
Winter companions, the old men
Lost in their overcoats, waiting for the sunset
The sounds of the city sifting through trees
Settle like dust
On the shoulders of the old friends

Can you imagine us years from today
Sharing a park bench quietly?
How terribly strange to be seventy

Old friends
Memory brushes the same years
Silently sharing the same fear

A time it was, and what a time it was, it was
A time of innocence
A time of confidences

Long ago it must be
I have a photograph
Preserve your memories
They're all that's left you


Yes how terribly strange, yet wonderful , to be 70. I wish some classmate could be here to share a park bench, however many have passed. I will preserve their memories. I thank those who have contributed to this preservation. When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.

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Old Friends/Bookends = Full Version