Tuesday, September 4, 2012

......LHS News......
Originally sent August 29

Receiving LHS News seems to 'jog' people to send items. Wanted to go ahead and get these out, especially for '87 er's.  A lot of 'reunioning' this week-end!

LHS Class 1987 reunion schedule: THIS WEEK-END! Friday afternoon, August 31, pep rally, 1:30pm, LHS.  Friday night, game LHS vs Ike, 7:00pm, all sit home side.
Saturday morning, September 1, tour of the school, 10:00am.  Saturday night, September 1, all meet at Mikes Sports Grill, 7:00pm.
Contact Paige (Bryan) Michener wih questions: 
Paige says..."please, please, please, respond to the RSVP questions on Facebook (below) even if its with zero attending so we can get an idea of numbers for the different events."

Also this week-end - Class of 1972 is also holding their 40th.  Details on blog.

....."could you put a reminder of the Class of '57's ~ 55th reunion on Oct.19-20 at Best Western in Lawton.  No matter what graduating year you might be in, you are welcome.    Request a registration for so we'll have a head count for food and a name tag and goodies waiting for you.  Genia (Matthews) McClellan, 2801 Silkwood Court,  Plano TX  75074   
grannygmc@verizon.net  or  972-422-3050  Details come with registration."

Wishing a very Happy Anniversary to Lou (Luther), '57 and Barb Green TOMORROW.  Celebrating 55 wonderful years!  Way to go guys!

"Joe [Scott] and I are without electrical power watching our pond fill with wet donation from Hurricane Isaac who has lingered about 9 hours in the same spot and therefore overstayed his unwelcomeness  I just thought you might like a report from the Mississippi Gulf Coast."
Sarah (Wright) Scott, '58
(see photo)

I am sure there are other classmates in the storm path!

And, seems excessive rain everywhere but Oklahoma.  '59 classmate Jerry (Sasser) Childs writes from
Niamey, Niger Republic of Africa where she & hubby Ron have been missionaries for 30+ years, that the Niger River has major overwhelmed its borders and flooded the City of Niamey. Situated on the edge of a desert this is a very unusual occurrence. Photo is from Jerrys window.


Once again, regards to all..........Georgia

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