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The 45th WAHS reunion is now history. We had about 70 classmates attend the event held at the Waldheim located in Hellertown June 16, 2012.
If anyone is out there who would like to help, plan, have some great ideas, or even run the 50th reunion please let Wayne know and he can get you started. Wayne's e-mail address is below. As of this writing ( January 2013) we have no firm plans or plans at all for the 50th reunion.
WAHS Class of '67 grads--WE NEED YOUR HELP!
If you know of any alumni from our class of '67 who were NOT at the reunion, or whom you suspect may not be on our mailing list, please have them contact us. Or, please consider contacting us directly yourselves. Currently, we have about 300 high school alumni known to us, out of the 660 who graduated in June, 1967. Gotta be some more of us 'out there' somewhere...!
Incidentally, my appreciation and thanks to everyone who has contacted me thru Classmates & thru facebook. (both sites are a hoot, aren't they??) Great way to post current photos of yourselves, and a great way for friends to 'catch up' with you & your families! Thanks for participating...!
If you're wondering how The LIMITS started, here's a bit of nostalgia from 1965:
Rick -- sporting a 'beat' look with a pullover and white jeans
'Rook' (Richard) Jones -- quite the Mod guy!
'Beau' (John) Jones -- the 'elder' guy in the band back then (18), playing the upright bass. Quite the 'nerd' look, too!
Chris Jones -- co-founder of the band and, altho only 14 here, he looks about...11!
Jack Shaffer -- a great guy who moved on into The Shillings. Later drummers for The LIMITS were Ned Earley (below) and today's Hub Willson! (who also played for The Shillings)
Pat McGinley -- guitarist, but he also had a great tenor voice
Bruce Ehmer (where'd he get that wig!!) -- bass guitarist, but only briefly
Late 60's line-up included Irwin Goldberg (FANTASTIC KEYBOARDIST) and Ned Earley on drums!
Rick Levy has also played with the great Tommy Roe - see the link (below) for a video of their live performance at the Century Casino in Edmonton, Canada! Tommy was known for his hits, "Sheila", "Dizzy", "Jam Up Jelly Tight"...much more!
Wanna chill-out?? Enjoy electro-acoustic dream; Blues; and singer-songwriters from late sixties to present? Check out Andy Bargerstock's weekly radio show "Fringe Toast" on Wednesdays from 9pm-11pm Eastern Time! Go to http://www.kruufm.com/ and then click on "Listen to Our Live Stream" in upper left corner. The show will play through your Itunes music program or whatever program you prefer.
For the latest info, history, and bookings on The LIMITS, check into Rick Levy's site! Live '60's Rock 'n Roll never sounded so good! But if laidback Blues is more your style, check out the link in there to his popular St. Augustine group, The Falling Bones! Next time you are in St. Augustine, check 'em out!
Susan (Egge) Haftel created the beautiful, memorial quilt for our 40th reunion as one of our raffle items. But her blog is all about more than just quilts! Check out her humorous (and slightly twisted) views about quilting and life in general!
Ann (Blake) McManus crafted the commemorative gloves & cap combo in school colors for our second raffle item. Her blog is a delightful mix of technical info, as well as some off-beat thoughts about cooking, gardening, and life as we know it!