The new look of Burbank High School.

The new look of Burbank High School.

It’s not too late . . . to send in your check for the 45th Reunion of Burbank High’s Class of 1968, to be held on Sunday, October 13th at 6:30 pm at the Castaway Restaurant, Mountain View Room. Cost is $60. Send your check (payable to BHS Class of ’68) to:

BHS Class of ’68
c/o  Jim Ranshaw
1017 E. Fairmount Road
Burbank, CA  91501

You can check out the guest list by clicking here. Now’s your chance to find out “Whatever happened to (fill in the blank)?” and who has the lucky circumstance to be “Retired and loving it,” and how many grandchildren So-and-So has!

The view from the Castaway.

The view from the Castaway.

Some people were complaining that the reunion is being held on a Sunday, rather than a Saturday, and I myself was prepared to get a substitute for Monday, October 14th since I’m flying in from Hawaii. But guess what! I found out it’s a holiday! It’s Columbus Day on the mainland, and Discoverers’ Day in Hawaii (since they also celebrate Capt. James Cook stumbling upon the Hawaiian islands, which he called The Sandwich Islands.) Hey, anyone else coming from Hawaii?

And it’s not too early . . . to be thinking of the big 50th Reunion of Burbank High’s Class of 1968. Yes, it’s just five years away, and we want to make sure you are informed about the date and place in plenty of time. (It will be held on a Saturday!) Now is the time to make sure that we have your contact information. In fact, why don’t you take a moment to make sure we have the correct data for you? You can use the form below: (FYI, we keep your personal information confidential — we will maintain these records only for the purpose of contacting you about future reunions.)

If you cannot make it to the 45th Reunion, perhaps you can send us your news through the form above.

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  1. […] to those of you who have taken the time to update your information and write notes! You can go to the form listed here so that we can keep in touch with you, especially for the 50th year class […]

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