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•   Marilyn Marney (Johnston)  9/22
•   George Anderson  9/23
•   Dean Thomas Nicholson  9/27
•   Paula Crowley (Ayer)  10/3
•   Joan Simpson (Dainer)  10/3
•   Darrell Agnew  10/6
•   Rae Ann Gallagher (Sforza)  10/6
•   Mary Travers (Phelan)  10/6
•   Robert Aleksun  10/7
•   Richard Caliri  10/7
•   John Walsh  10/10
•   Viola Kavaljian (Paquette)  10/13
•   David Dahlroos  10/14
•   Ellen Graf (Witalis)  10/17
•   Gayle Bradley (Buchwalter)  10/19
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North Quincy High School
Class Of 1963


60th NQHS Reunion September 23, 3-7pm 

Best Western Adams Inn in Quincy, MA

Some of you can't make it (boo hoo) we are trying to include you using the technology available via ZOOM at 3:00pm.  Here's the zoom meeting link (if it doesn't work by clicking on it, do a "copy" in your edit function and "paste" it where you put your addresses at the top, and then open as you do any website):

Our hope is that you can join your classmates as they check in to say "hello"!!  Understand that this is an experiment...  

Make sure that once you join, you click on the "audio" and "video"  buttons (mine are at the bottom of the screen) to allow full access.  You can then greet your classmates as they arrive, just like we will in person!

The weather for those of us attending in person, is typically New England...who knows?  Right now it looks to be between 56-61 degrees, with a 70% chance of rain that day, so bring whatever you need to stay warm/dry as you desire.  The Gazebo is covered overhead, but is definitely outdoors (by the river). If necessary, we can close in the sides with provided plastic flaps to prevent rain and wind from penetrating the area.  We will keep it lively with all the chatter, background music, and fun...with warm hearts!!!  Although investigated, we have been told that the indoor venues at the Adams Inn are being used.  Another possibility is an outdoor tent near the Gazebo, also closed in with side flaps.  We will check that out Saturday morning and make the best decision we can.  Best bet...Plan to come to the Gazebo.

No matter what, it will be great with the rain adding a "finishing school" mystique to the gathering!!!


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