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and I'll post it here for everyone to enjoy. It's nice to have things
to share other than obituaries.
Speaking of Obituaries.... We are missing obituaries for many of our classmates. If you have a copy of an obituary and would be willing to share it, I'd be glad to post it on our Obituary Page.
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Reunion a Hugh Success!
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If you have any reunion pictures you'd be willing to share with us... please e-mail me at Chat@Classof58.org
(The Grim Reaper) is maintaining a class list of about 280, with 63 deceased. Amazingly, Gordon
has been able to find addresses or phone numbers for everyone except about 20.
Check out our Truant web page... and if you have any information regarding anyone listed... please send us that information so we can contact them.
Contact Gordon at Gordon@Classof58.org
03/10/2009 From The Santa Maria
Valley Historical Society.
This month’s highly successful “The Valley Speaks,” sponsored by both the Santa Maria Valley Historical Society and the Santa Maria Public Library, will feature Tetsue Furukawa and Jack Morishima, talking about the history of the Japanese people in the
Those of you who were able to attend last month's Valley Speaks will remember that there was standing room only.
For reservations, please call the museum at (805) 922-3130
Shirley tells me they have speakers lined up through
Laura (Tognazzini) Dias and Norma DeBernardi talked on the 14th of February about the dairy farms that once flourished here in the valley; Tets Furukawa, who'll talk about his history of the Japanese in the area, will be our guest speaker in March; Shirley Boydstun will be talking in April about the history of Guadalupe; Angel Bourbon, long time bartender at the Santa Maria Inn, will be the May speaker; Glenn Battles will be talking about the Battles history in June; Patrick Sheehy will be talking about his family and strawberries in July;
Dorothy Benford will play the parts of the pioneer women in August; Dick Adam will be talking about water in September and John Wickenden will be talking about the Foxens/Wickendens in October.
07/02/2009 From Mack Petty