The "new" gym, where we graduated, seemed exceptionally small and it was hard to remember the senior prom being held there.
Just beyond the "new gym" was a fitness facility that took our breath away.
School population (currently 943 students in 9th thru 12th grades) is increasing and there is a million 4-story addition planned where the current library now sits.
The soon-to-be torn down library was built in 1980.
Ellen Snyder climbed to the top of the mountain three times while she was here..alone at dawn.
Sally Pope brought wonderful artisan breads from NYC to accompany the venison stew and fish chowder we had for lunch.
Dan Blackstone and his delightful wife came from Sonoma CA with a case of Ledson wines and walnuts from their ranch.
Yearbook Supplements were handed out in order to give people a chance to read the 111-page volume before the Saturday gala.
The cafeteria had just been completed as we graduated and now has a bank of soft drink machines and even offers smoothies.
All the trophies and award plaques that bore our names and year have been retired due to space constraints, but a felt banner in the old gym, used for gymnastics and wrestling, retains the names of Ken Hurley and Jim Varnado.
Elliot Childs arrived Monday and missed much of the party, but got his share of cake.
For Saturday's banquet we decorated the barn with twinkle lights, a mirrored disco ball and a long banquet table set with the finest china and crystal.
Lucia Olsson came for Sunday, still deeply involved with Eastern Star regionals.