Note from our "Fearless Leader" (Sheldon Wong)
One of the great side benefits that I got to indulge in when I started doing the outreach to the class for our reunions was to spend a little time with you either in person or on the phone and hearing about some of your life stories. It seems as if every one of you has a story to tell, and I know that the rest of us would like to hear them. To that end, Paul Wigowsky has created a journal and a mechanism for you to write and post anything about you that you would care to share. Like what you've done since we graduated from GWHS as well as any backstories you'd like to share.
Check out Paul's Web Site -- Life Stories, Class Pictures, and much more.
As many of you know, I created a "Group" page on Facebook for our class with a much easier format to leave messages. This page is only open to our classmates and friends of the class. So, to be able to post on it, you either need for me to admit you, or we do the 'friend' thing and I can automatically add you to the list. Please check it out as we want to hear from you there as well. It's the only place that I can think of where it is a central point of contact just for us.NEW: Tribute to “Those Who Served our Country” (Armed Forces) from GWHS Class of 1963
See us at Facebook - GWHS Class of 1963. E-mail me if you have any questions.
VETERANS of GWHS (SF) Class of 1963
Presidential Proclamation -- Vietnam Veterans Day (March 29th)
Ever wonder who was at our Commencement on June 13, 1963? Our class members are listed at San Francisco Genealogy - George Washington High School:Students, Faculty, Alumni, History, and is mostly accurate.
Do you still have your 1963 Surveyor? For a digital copy, go to
www.archive.org/details/rsurvey63rmrich; courtesy of Kris Kimball (www.bellgameparty.com)
Surveyors are for sale as available; however, availability for any books between 1950 and 1980 are extremely limited. If you want to be informed, e-mail your request to
Executive Director Tammy Aramian.
Tammy's personal website is ARTAM Gallery of Design and Photography, and her photos from the 2013 reunion are on this page Class of Spring 1963's 50-year Reunion.
NEW & CONTINUING - Frank Dunnigan writes a monthly column on the Western Neighborhood Project website. This month (October 2010) he takes an east to west romp through the Richmond. Please take a look: Western Neighborhood Project and Upcoming Events
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