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January 11, 2019 by Kim Falk (Register to contact)

Joe Manacci and Elwood Thompson, both class of 1973, passed away in April of 2018.


April 5, 2016 by Catherine Furci DeAngelis (Register to contact)

Hello classmates! The invitations are being mailed tomorrow for our 50th reunion. On the front of the invite it reads the price is $45.00 per person, which is correct. On the inside, on the reservation page, it reads $40.00 per person - THIS IS INCORRECT. Please remit the $45.00 per person as it states on the front page. Yours truly missed a typo! sorry! thank you! Can't wait to see you all at the reunion!

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