I'm not exactly sure how you're supposed to celebrate Flag Day -- but enjoy!!
The flags are just a coincidence, but I thought you might like to revisit the web page I posted on School Savings Stamps, Green Stamps and Blue Chip Stamps. Click HERE to check it out.
Sharon Whitley Larsen and Janet Chelberg Burgess (Colts from the Class of '69) recently had dinner near the London Eye with their respective spouses, Carl and John. Janet's once again involved in planning the Class of '69's reunion --t he 50th! --on August 17th at the Bali Hai. (I had to look it up. That's the London Eye below. I wonder what they had for dinner -- Bubble and Squeak?)
Here are four '70 classmates at the Lake Elsinore Storm baseball game Tuesday night. From left, Craig Juleen, Gary Gallerstein, Harry Krewsun and Wayne Zucker. Game time temperature at 6 PM was 98 degrees, so no sweaters needed for these geezers!
Remember when the airport was on Pacific Highway? This photo popped up on Facebook this week and I thought I'd share it. I'm not sure what year it is. That looks like a '57 Ford with the trunk lid up. The VW at the right has one of the old yellow on black license plates.
I've just learned of the passing of Bill Graham '64 on March 1, 2018 following heart surgery. Bill went to Majuro, in the Marshall Islands, as a Peace Corps Volunteer in 1969. In his obituary in the Marshall Islands Journal, it said he “spent over three decades of his life fighting for nuclear testing justice for Marshall Islanders”. He died on the 64th anniversary of the Bravo hydrogen bomb test at Bikini Atoll. Click HERE to read the complete obituary.