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Thanks for visiting the home page of the Lynnfield High School Class of 1968.  

Reunion committee, left to right:  Jim Marshall, Larry Ragone, Biz Reed, Chris Dawe, Bruce Langmaid.  Missing:  Arthur Bourque, Paula Leavy, Faith Carter, Susan Graf and Ellen Rizzari

 

WE HAVE BOOKED A VENUE AND DATE FOR OUR 50TH HIGH SCHOOL REUNION.   IF YOU ARE ALREADY REGISTERED, CLICK ON "50TH REUNION" IN THE TOP BAR. 

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Over half the class is profiled here and we are still waiting for some of you to update us on what you are doing.  It was a lot of work finding you and letting you know that this page exists.  If you have not already done so, please help us out by logging in and completing your profile.  We know people are visiting but not updating their profiles and that makes it tough on all of us that are trying to find you.  Please click on "Classmate Profiles" above, click on  your name and update your profile.

I know it is hard to believe but it has been almost fifty years since we graduated from Lynnfield High School.  Wow, has the world changed in that time and so have you.   Twenty-five years ago we had a very successful and fun reunion and it was great to see a very good sized group of our classmates.  We hope to make this one even bigger and better and we need your participation to make it happen.

We grew up in an age that set the standard for breakout fun and wild behavior.  Our generation was responsible for Woodstock, the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Kingsmen (remember Louie Louie being banned at the LHS dance), We created a new style of dancing that involved touching and twisting, we changed the drinking age, fought the Viet Nam War (and eventually ended that), were the first ones to question authority and really were the drivers behind a generation of rebels.  We lived through the assassination of President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King and I think all of that contributed to our foundation and beliefs.  Relive that era and revel your classmates with tales of old (hopefully some of them will be true) at our fiftieth class reunion which is now being planned.  If you are interested in being part of the planning for this party please e-mail me at the below address.

We want to know what you have been doing since you graduated.  How has life treated you and what have you done with your Lynnfield education to make a difference in your world or our world.  You know that you have stories that we are interested in and we have classmates that will interest you.  This site is a work in progress.  If you have suggestions please send them.  If you have photos from high school, scan them and send them along, we will get them posted.  Please send this link to our classmates so we can make this as complete as possible.

There have been many changes at Lynnfield High School since you left and even more changes in you.  We want to know what they are and we hope to see you at the reunion.

Arthur

arthur.bourque3@gmail.com

 

 

 



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