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Jim Sholom Fine
Posted on the 2016-11-13 at 19:00
Comments regarding 55th Class Reunion:  Wow! What a great experience. Name tags to recognize everyone except Jerry Shink and Al Laven. Bill Cullen did not look much different. Jim Fulford would like everyone to forget about the zip gun episode and just think about him modestly sailing his catamaran around the world. (grass is always greener) At the end of the party, Dave Perlman was trying to lead the medical genius, Desnick, to his hotel.  We should have called Uber. We lost him on the one of the freeways. Hope he is alive. If not maybe I could pretend to be him and travel the world giving speeches. ( grass is greener) Someone pointed out that when asked my feelings about being liked by a few ladies for my corvette. After all these years my response us the same, I replied then and still feel the same way. Who cares why they like me, I’m enjoying it. Whatever works? Just like the attention from all the beautiful ladies at the reunion. Location was wonderful, service great, Bill hosted me with his lovely wife, Gretchen. I recommend the accommodations. The town was not recognizable nor the school nor the museum nor much of anything. I went to my old home and stared letting the memories flood in. One was, "Coming to get me for the Perkins pancake pajama party." "Having the milk man deliver chocolate milk, with the chopped ice." The neighborhood kids all ready for fun. Precious Memories. Bill drove me through the old neighborhood.And we reminisced about John and Paul. Good times. Carver county police action. Mixing Canadian club with coke? Was Miss McShane really a 1902 cheer leader? Seeing Jeff Levy with my memories of reading cowboy comics at his home. George Weyer, good seeing him, lives in the country, go bother him. Jo Ann, Leslie, Dave, good seeing and speaking with you.. Andy Cooperman still giggling and getting embarrassed at my outrageous comments. I could go on, I told Bill I wanted to buy the house next door to him and live there every summer. But I realized the best season in Mpls is June 6th to June 10th and Sept,Oct. No mosquitoes. I did get bit to make the trip complete. T.G. I am not expecting. Be well my Park High tribe and keep the silly good times going. What a terrific planning job. Thank you to all the ladies, and Dave for a once in a life time memory.  Jim Sholom Fine.  Please feel free to print this, I am not that concerned with the environment. Also somewhere that the wonderful, hardworking planners can read it. 
Gary Shaeffer
Posted on the 2016-08-26 at 20:00
Dear SLPHS '61 classmates:  Many, many thanks for all your hard work on our behalf.  So many happily-remembered names on the Planning Committee list.  I shall be thinking of you at the end of September but I shall not be able to join you.  Perhaps our 60th! As ever, Gary Shaeffer.
Susan (Nordberg)Shotzberger
Posted on the 2016-08-25 at 20:00
Hi guys,
I have to say, you guys do a wonderful job with these reunion plans.
Wish I wasn't so far away in PA.    Plus, we have a vacation planned for that
week..  Have a wonderful many great memories.
Grant Petersen
Posted on the 2013-09-24 at 20:00
I just wanted to pass along again my thanks to the committee members Jane, Mitzi, Arlene, Kay, Judith and Leslie on the wonderful job you guys did on the party this past weekend.  I had a wonderful time.   Just might have to do this again in the next not too distant future - 2 - 5 years maybe ?? overheard some conversation in that regard.  Hopefully, we'll still all be around.
Thanks again.
Vickie Anderson Lee
Posted on the 2011-10-02 at 20:00
 Big thanks to the committee for all your hard work and creative ideas.  so many of my friends were impressed by the scope of the events.  Especially enjoyed the pep fest and the website.  Need a bigger space for the classmates only night however.  We also had a campfire girl troup reunion that was so much fun !! Looking forward to the next reunion.  Thanks again.
Sue Tillmans Anderson
Posted on the 2011-09-22 at 20:00
Thanks for putting together a wonderful reunion.  I thoroughly enjoyed all of the events I attended and appreciate the effort put into offering so many different events!  It was fun to see so many of my high school friends again!  
Roger Bjornstad
Posted on the 2011-09-04 at 20:00
 Dear Reunion Committee,Fantastic job on a very unforgettable event. Great planning on the early notifications, funding, website,  scheduling, sites, staffing, themes. scholarships, spirit and memories of St. Louis Park overall. Thank you, Roger Bjornstad
John Schultz
Posted on the 2011-09-03 at 20:00
Great job and thanks to everyone involved in putting this event together.  I really enjoyed the golf scramble.  The pep fest and parkettes were terrrific and it was great seeing everyone at the classmates only on Friday night.  I\'m looking forward to the next one.
Al Laven
Posted on the 2011-09-01 at 20:00
Thank you again Committee for throwing a wonderful reunion. You guys really outdid your selves and should be proud.
Richard Heimerl
Posted on the 2011-08-28 at 20:00
Judy, Jill and I want to thank you and all your people for a top notch/first class event throughout.
Lynn Rankka Monge
Posted on the 2011-04-13 at 20:00
I am really looking forward to seeing everyone.  Thanks to all committee members for the hard work in planning what looks like a great reunion.
greg amluxen
Posted on the 2010-12-17 at 19:00
bro. george told me of this site today, it\'s great !! hope ours, class of 63 works out as well too !! Greg
BobbiBuettgenbach (Meier)
Posted on the 2010-07-02 at 20:00
Hi there.  I\'m a 61 graduate.
Marilyn Giffis
Posted on the 2010-06-30 at 20:00
Sounds like fun
Tom Owens
Posted on the 2010-05-01 at 20:00
Great "theme" planning meeting on Saturday....happy to get involved.....