IT’S STILL DARK IN PACIFIC BEACH but the sun should come up in a while. My Mom passed away last July and I’m still working through probate. Nancy and I will stop by the lawyer’s office in OB then head to the Midway Post Office to mail the Class of ‘66 newsletter renewal envelopes. There’s a good chance we’ll breakfast at Broken Yolk on Midway. You may remember it as Bit ‘O Sweden smorgasbord.
There will be a Crawford Foundation booth at the 18th Annual Rolando Street Fair this Sunday, March 30th. Don’t ask me for directions — I assume it’s on Rolando Blvd. Click HERE for more information.
Speaking of Rolando, here’s a photo of yours truly in 1966, shortly after moving into College Village Apartments, 4881 Rolando Court. Hard to believe, but the women stayed away in droves.
Get back to me if you’re interested in a DVD copy of the 1959 Centaur. Click HERE to send me an email.
Linda Coleman Peterson has a 5 PM reservation for the back patio of the Mission Valley Buffalo Wild Wings for the Class of ‘69 Reunion August 23rd. You may remember it as Seau’s. She’s keeping it real simple, but would like to hear from you if you plan to be there. Click HERE to send her an email.
I’ve just learned of the passing of Judy Sisler Pedro ‘66 last year on July 8th. Click HERE to sign the Guest Book
Belated word of the passing of Eileen Oshefsky Sommers ‘69 also arrived, with only a date — February 1, 2010
April 3rd is the First Thursday at the Amigo Spot. Don’t forget your Colts Club at the Spot card for a 10% discount — or pick one up on your arrival. If you’re an Early Bird, this is your crowd. With Daylight Savings Time it may still be light when they head home.