Some of you saw Nancy Frisch Silverman’s post on Facebook:
Yes, the Memory Books have been mailed—a fun souvenir of our 50th Class Reunion weekend together. It’s 36 pages, full-color throughout, and chock full of photos, submitted by some of you, but most were taken by my brother, Rick Au, a Burbank High graduate from the Class of 1980. He owes his photo expertise to teacher Mr. Leon Frankamp, who is still living in Minnesota.
Here are some more comments:
“Memory Book finally made its way to Colorado, it is awesome!” (Jodi TIllotson Huddleston)
“I agree!” (Louise Good Hernandez)
“I agree also. Pure icing” (Christine Heim Teuber)
“Agree, good job!” (Jeani Chiarolla Chambers)
“You all did a wonderful job on it. Special thanks to Kathy” (Karen Walther Berg)
“I got mine today and agree it is well done. Thank you all.” (Betsey Nash)
“What a great job! It is full of wonderful memories!” (Karen Watson Gillespie)
“Great job!!! Thank you all!!!” (Loanne Walker Ginchereaux)
“Thank you so much for all of your work on this book and the reunion. Your brother did a great job capturing the night in pictures, but it took your knowledge and talent to put this memory book together; it is a treasure and our reunion was one for the books.” (Patti Trish Molloy Vosper)
The Memory Book contains the contact information of alumni who either filled out the Reunion Questionnaire, attended a Reunion activity, or wrote to us about the Reunion but were unable to come for some reason or another.
The good news is that we have a very limited number of Memory Books left. If you haven’t yet ordered a copy, or especially, if you were not able to come to any of the Reunion events, you still have a chance to own one of these unique books, and see what everyone is talking about.
Go here to order your copy. It is only $10 and includes shipping.
Question for you: do you know if the memory books were mailed first class? I moved last month and have my fingers crossed mine is forwarded.
Thanks and happy Thanksgiving!
Sent from my iPad
Yes, books were mailed first class on Nov. 13th.