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Thursday, August 28, 2014

August 29, 2014

 IT’S DARK, BUT STILL WARM at the beach — and gonna get a lot warmer.  Nancy and I might stop at Broken Yolk on Midway enroute to what’s left of the Midway Post Office. 

Sandy Robbins Knox ‘61 and -- from the Class of ‘69 -- Linda Dederman, Keith Froehlich and Greg Thomas have checked in and are now on their respective email pages.  In addition, Linda subscribed to the quarterly 12-page newsletter.  Thank you, Linda.

Someone sent me a photo of their Crawford auto taken at Colina del Sol and their current truck photographed at the same location.  I’ve forgotten who it was and erased the email thinking I’d downloaded the information  Please send it again.

n response to the troubles in Ferguson, MO the U-T ran a piece about five deadly encounters faced by San Police over the years.  One of them led to the death of Officer Denis Allen ‘60.  Click HERE to read the article.

Jeez, they look like twins!!  Kathy Keeyes Antus ‘68 and brother Joe Keeyes ‘63 pose for a photo at Joe’s residence in Chino Hills, CA.  Visiting from Fredericksburg, TX Kathy also visited brother Bob Keeyes ‘67 and sister-in-law Arlene Cymberg Keeyes ‘69 in San Diego.

f you live in Escondido you might want to oil up the walker and clank your way over to Orange Glen High School.  They will be hosting Crawford’s Football Team tonight at 7 PM.  Click HERE if you want to read the 2014 Prep Football preview that appeared in Wednesday’s U-T.

Yikes!!  Next Thursday is THE FIRST THURSDAY at the Amigo Spot, so there will be a contingent of Colts in the mix.  I’m thinking of forming a backup group for guitarist Paul Caston.  I’m going to call them the Castonettes.