Reunion 2004, Spartanburg High Class of '64




Page 1, Welcome

Attendees list

The Beacon 1

The Beacon 2

Friday evening reception

Saturday morning walkabout 1

Saturday morning walkabout 2

Page 2, Preamble

Page 3, Gateway to the group picture

Group photo

Group photo of guests

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Page 11, vintage pix

Page 12, vintage pix

Page 13, vintage pix

Page 14, vintage pix

Page 15, note from Blackburn

Page 16, portraits

Page 17, portraits

Page 18, portraits

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Page 21, portraits

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What you see is a screen supplied by the hotel.   Projected on the screen is a picture of several members of the committee.  Judging by the red white and blue ribbon on the wall behind them, this picture was taken in 2003.  In the picture to the right of the group are photos of departed classmates. A wall of remembrance, if you will.   This time, in 2004, thanks to Tommy Durham, we saw a short digital presentation of those classmates and several others who've been added to the list.  To say we miss them would be an understatement.



As we filed into the banquet hall our pictures were taken for posterity.  Not with this camera -- Lynn McKeown and her husband are looking at the official camera.  The distinguished-looking gentleman to the left is Nelson Terry.




Beyond our two classmates, people are lined up at the buffet.  The food was excellent.  No kidding.  Cooking for large crowds isn't the same as cooking for a family -- the recipes are different, and not just because the portions are larger and the equipment isn't quite the same.  That's just for starters.  As noted, the food was unusually good for a hotel in a small Southern city.  No offense, but it was.


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