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And do we have pictures! The photos above are just a samplling of the nearly 200 in the Memory Book, a perfect souvenir of our 50th Class Reunion weekend, October 5-7, 2018. If you were not able to attend any of the reunion events, we would strongly urge you to consider purchasing a Memory Book—so you can relive all the excitement, fun and joy that we experienced in reconnecting with our classmates. Or, even if you were there, it was impossible to talk and see everyone, so here’s another chance to see who you missed.

We will only take orders for Memory Books until October 31, 2018 when we have to send in our order to the print shop. Naturally we don’t want to order more than we need to, and John and Donna Canzoneri Wray don’t want the books to accumulate dust in their garage!

Order your Memory Book here. We made the price affordable so that there’s no reason not to have one. The price is only $10 and includes shipping.

Check out this list to see if you have already purchased a book. If you have paid and don’t see your name, please email Kathy Au Crosier right away.

And … (drum roll, please)

In response to many, MANY requests, Michael Katzman’s fantastic video is now available for download! I dare say that the showing of the Reunion Video was *THE* highlight of the evening of October 6th! We all owe Mike a huge debt of gratitude for the several hundred hours he spent on this project— a compilation of ’60s music, nostalgia photos of Burbank, and yearbook photos sure to make you laugh, cry and remember the good ol’ days!

You can click the photo of Burbank High below to download and play the video. NOTE: It will play back smoother and faster if you download the video to your phone or computer first.

Remember that this blog will be ongoing, and it’s not too late to fill out the Reunion Questionnaire! Rick Nyberg just did and you can see his contribution here. Some people have just written short answers and others have written entire treatises—it’s your choice. To see a list of all people who have responded to the Questionnaire, you can click here.


About Katherine Crosier

I am an organist in Honolulu—a rare breed of folks who play the King of Instruments! Through stories, photos, and videos, this blog is a diary of my musical journey ... and my family just groans!

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