Lowell High School Class of 1974
The largest graduating class in the history of Lowell High School!
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Scott Wood said:   September 22, 2009 11:24 am PST
Jon, Actually the committee did in fact thnk about that and discuss it at length. There were a number of issues, such as security costs, scheduling conflicts, distance from hotels for out of town guests, and inability to serve alcohol. A second option was a tour of the school prior to the reunion for those who would like to visit. That may happen for the 40th. We would welcome your input and help for the planning of the 40th, if you would be so inclined. Thanks for the input!

jon regas said:   September 22, 2009 10:50 am PST
I just found out that the reunion steering committee decided against having the reunion at our actual high school. why? because the school district won't allow booze. I think if we need booze to be the determining factor in selecting a reunion location we have a problem. If you need a drink to see your old chums, you might have a problem. on a different note, does anyone konw what happened to a 73 classmate named Michele Mountanous? (known by SMOOCH to her friends...and not for that reason...she also played the flute in the band)

jon regas said:   September 20, 2009 11:21 am PST
Whatever happened to reunions held at the actual school? Downtown San Francisco has no attraction for me. Seeing the old school with our class in it just might. Use the Stage or the gym...some night or afternoon when nothing is happening...the parking is a lot better too!

Jeff Shapiro said:   September 20, 2009 8:26 am PST
Sorry won't be attending the reunion. Did change my email though. jds1956@comcast.net. Hope everyone is well.

Maria Walsh Caswell said:   September 19, 2009 6:53 pm PST
I'll tell Kiki you said hello, and send her the website for our class. She is not a big internet user, but you can see her stuff at Kiki-Ketcham.de

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