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Class of '61 Ladie's Bi-Monthly Luncheon in Burlington at Two-For-Tea, 8/2/2011

Maiden Names: Seated L to R: Betty Sue Mann, Sue Mitchell, Brenda King, Willard Ann Foster, Brenda Melton
Standing L to R: Lea Mitchell, Pat Moylan (she drove in from Fairfax, VA for our lunch today!!!) Judy Littlejohn, Nina Stanfield, Joanne Goodson
Maiden Names...

Class of '61 Ladie's Bi-Monthly Luncheon in Burlington at Two-For-Tea
, 3/1/2011,   and Brenda Melton

Front Row:  (Maiden names)   Peggy Carroll,  Ann Aaron,  Margaret Simpson, Brenda Melton
Back Row: Nancy Grissom, Sue Mitchell, Brenda King, Judy Littlejohn,  Joanne Goodson

Brenda and Roger Graves took the above photos at the Vietnam Wall.



Miss Brannock on the left and Miss Pender on the right.

Above is a picture Ron Steele took at the Ground-Breaking for Pat Harman and Phoebe Norville Harman's Children's Museum of Alamance County NC. The museum will be in Graham and you can follow the link below to the web site.

http://www.childrensmuseumofalamance.org/

 Anyone wanting to contribute to the museum, please contact
Aaron Lockamy  or Ron Steele
 
Also, here is an article in Triad Living Magazine about the museum.
http://www.whs61class.com/childrens_museum.htm



View Paul Ellis encouraging the saving of the Ocean Reefs of the world in the link below. Paul currently lives in Cozumel Mexico, owns a 46 foot diving and fishing boat, and would enjoy having people from WHS '61 come on down. His contact information is on his web site. Paul is the oldest person to swim the 35-mile Cozumel-Cancun Channel, and he did it in rough ocean conditions. He was interviewed by CNN Headline News about his support of his cause for the reefs. In the video below, you will see some of his grandchildren and children.

Click this link to see video:  http://www.swim4thereef.org/

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