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Save the Date:  September 20, 2014 “Blast From the Past”  50th Reunion Party!

Can you believe it’s been 50 years already!  The 50th Reunion Committee has been working hard and making great progress on planning this very special event. 

This reunion will include North, South and Marian alumni from the 1964 graduating classes and we need everyone’s help to find and contact these former classmates.  Click on the link below to access the list of classmates who do not have complete contact information. 


If you have any contact information (email address is best) for anyone listed, just click on their name to email your planning committee automatically.  Information is kept private and any help is greatly appreciated!

“If you send your information”, we’ll be contacting you on a regular basis to give you additional information and updates.  Thank you from your reunion planning committee (fhs1964gayle@aol.com) and we look forward to seeing you this September!

Interrobang January 07, 2014 at 08:23 AM
Why are you posting this in Wheaton, Maryland?
John Fitzmaurice January 07, 2014 at 08:38 AM
If you notice the year, "1964", it has been almost 50 years since our classes graduated. Most do not live in Framingham,Ma. now; many went off to college & stayed in that area; many moved to new jobs around the country and live in that area; many when they retired moved to warmer climates or they did not. So, you see we do not have an up to date list of their locations (only an old list from the 20th Reunion). Therefore, I came up with the idea of using my Patch (Framingham) and am going into all Patches through out the U.S.. It is time consuming but it is worth it.


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