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12/20/16 05:33 PM #65    

Clifford Minkler

Merry Christmas everyone have fun love you all 

 


12/20/16 06:24 PM #66    

Holly Harton (Hernandez)

 

 

Rick,

      Thanks for your holiday message, I do not use this site but had to tell you that you were and still are a good person. Merry Christmas to you and yours. Happy Holidays to all the class. 2017 will be a good year, I feel it in my old bones.

Holly Harton-Hernandez


12/20/16 07:15 PM #67    

Nancy Williams (Sequest)

We need to hold good thoughts for 2017 . . . Best to all. Nancy Williams

 


12/20/16 09:02 PM #68    

Diane Deen (Toci)

Our class of 1968 had a lot of heart and a lot of spirit. I wish you all and your families a holiday full of laughter and joy.

12/21/16 10:41 AM #69    

John Johnson

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Everyone. I am looking forward to seeing everyone st our Fifty Year Reunion in 2018.


12/21/16 11:07 AM #70    

 

Jeanne Dawson (Gonzales)

Merry Christmas and Happy new year everyone

12/21/16 08:17 PM #71    

Jack Delman

Happy Holidays to all you 68ers.   I took off a year last year and decided I wasn't ready yet so am working again  Head of a school in Lake Mary Florida.    Near Orlando.   So if any of you are in the area please look me up.  And I too look forward to our 50th in 2018 !   All the best for a healthy new year.  


12/21/16 11:21 PM #72    

Carey Brink

Happy Solstice everyone! Gorgeous day here in Southern Oregon as the sun gets ready to shine longer and longer into the new year.

 


12/22/16 12:09 PM #73    

Nancy Brokaw (Piantanida)

Love seeing the messages.  Thank you Rick for not giving up on the messages and for keeping us connected - even a little!  I look forward to the 50th (YIKES!) in 2018.  Everyone stay healthy - and we'll see you soon!

 


12/23/16 08:39 PM #74    

 

Melinda Hollomon (Nichols)

A Merry Merry Christmas amazing friends of 1968! Much happiness and health in the New Year!

Hope to see or bump into some of you during the year!

Best wishes,

Melinda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


04/09/17 03:00 PM #75    

Susan Bedford (Dunavan)

To the Class of '68:

Some of you may know that for the past eight plus years our family has been battling the Keystone XL Pipeline. We were notified by TransCanada in May 2008 that a high velocity, high pressure major oil pipeline was coming through our property whether we liked it or not and there was nothing we could do about it.

We decided to fight.

A foreign country piping foreign "oil"(aka Bitumen") through a foreign pipeline to a foreign refinery to be shipped around the world was not something our family wanted any part of. We have fought TransCanada through county court, district court and even the Nebraska Supreme Court where 3 judges refused to give a judgement over a constitutional challenge. This project is trying to use eminent domain for private gain and to take our land for corporate greed. It threatens the Ogallala Aquifer which supplies water to many states. It threatens to pollute our land.

There is no legal route for KXL through the State of Nebraska. On August 7-11, 2017 we will stand in front of the Nebraska Public Service Commission which will decide the fate of KXL. This pipeline serves no public interest for the people of the United States, 

The Class of '68 was "The Year that Shaped a Generation." Together let us also be the "Class that Shaped our Nation". We can stop the Keystone XL Pipeline and protect our Nation's land and water for future generations.


04/10/17 10:31 AM #76    

Lynn Regalia (Rode-Lamuth '70)

Best of luck to you.     I hope you can stop it ...... our country is being torn apart right now.!


04/11/17 11:57 AM #77    

 

Blair Wardlaw (Hunt)

I am so with you on this, Sue, and so grateful for your continued fight. Blair


08/22/17 01:15 PM #78    

 

Rick Edwards

ONCE AGAIN ITS AUGUST BIRTHDAYS   JUST WANT THE DYNAMIC THREESOME TO HAVE A GREAT BIRTHDAY AND KNOW THAT IM THINKING OF YOU.   WISHING YOU GOOD HEALTH AND CONTINUED HAPPINESS.

MELINDA, BLAIR, AND CAREY YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART

 

RICK


08/23/17 07:56 PM #79    

Carey Brink

Thanks, Rick,

You are such a sweety!

Hope to see you and Camille again.


08/24/17 12:10 AM #80    

 

Melinda Hollomon (Nichols)

   Thanks Rick! Spending some quality time in Washington with the girls!                   

Melinda

 

 

 

 


08/24/17 01:04 AM #81    

 

Blair Wardlaw (Hunt)

Rick, you are the best! To remember our birthdays every year is so special to us old women. I am so looking forward to seeing you at the reunion in April 2018.


10/06/17 07:42 PM #82    

 

Blair Wardlaw (Hunt)

Hi Everybody,

I am working with the 50th reunion commitee to find all our missing classmates to invite them to join this site and attend our 50th party, 28 April 2018. You can look on the Missing Classmates section of this website for the list of their names. Any hints you can give me to find any of them are greatly appreciated. Please message me on the private Message Center with anything that would help me find them. Thank you so much!!! I look so forward to seeing all of you at our 50th. Blair Wardlaw Hunt


10/10/17 02:44 PM #83    

 

Blair Wardlaw (Hunt)

Our classmate and my dear friend, Melindal Hollomon Nichols, lost her home to fire in Redwood Valley, CA iduring the early morning hours on  Monday, October 9 when sections of Sonoma, Mendocino and Napa Counties were going up in flames. She and her family and animals  are thankfully safe. Luckily, Mark and Melinda's gas station/mini mart in Redwood Valley was not damaged. This is a very tough time for Melinda and all those who have lost their homes and livlihoods to these terrifying fires. Our prayers go out to them. 


10/11/17 12:26 PM #84    

 

Deborah Lochert (Bourne)

My thoughts and prayers are with all that experiencing the terror of the wild fires that have hit the beautiful areas of Napa and Sonoma Counties! What is happeining and is continuing to happen, is so very awful and devastating! My heartbreaks for those affected and terrified by these fires! Stay safe all that live or work in those areas and know that we are thinking and hoping for the best for all affected!

Debbie


10/11/17 01:50 PM #85    

 

Louise Jacobs (DeValk)

Melinda and Mark,

With heart felt sadness my thoughts and prayers go out to you both. The best thing is that you, your family and animals made it out safely. Life is extremely precious.  Wishing you the very best in rebuilding your lives and new memories.

Louise 

 

 

 

 


10/11/17 03:32 PM #86    

Elizabeth Anderson (Vonder Hulls)

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Melinda and Mark,

This is the time to remember that nothing can be taken from you.  You can rebuild and those wonderful memories that you have of your home are always with you, tucked safely away in you hearts. Wishing the very best. 


10/11/17 11:02 PM #87    

 

Melinda Hollomon (Nichols)

 

Thank you all for the loving thoughts , my family is close and safe. Thank you all!!!

 


10/12/17 10:25 PM #88    

Dave Ganapoler

THE B SHARP BLUES BAND IS PLAYING A FUND RAISER FOR THE FIRE VICTIMS IN SONOMA AND NAPA AT THE RANCHO NICASIO, OCTOBER, FRIDAY 13TH. WE ARE DONATING THE $10 COVER CHARGE AND ALL THE PROCEEDS FROM OUR TIP JAR.  

PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: RANCHO NICASIO (415) 662-2219

 


12/11/17 04:02 PM #89    

 

Blair Wardlaw (Hunt)

Check out our Terra Linda High School '68 50th reunion Facebook Group if you have a Facebook account. 


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