Dresden HS Calss of 1968 reunion

Dresden HS Calss of 1968 reunion

Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 4:20 pm

Dresden HS Calss of 1968 reunion
wcp 7-22-08 CLASSMATES — Dresden High School Class of 1968 members in attendance at the recent reunion were (seated, from left) Nancy Bowlin Lovelace, Barbara Anderson Dunlap, Martha Eddlemon Hopper, Ora Kay Thedford, Wanda Essary Griffin, Brenda Morgan Moubray, Judy Killebrew Davis, Elaine Roberts Seymour, Sharon Teague Courtney, Linda Owen Evans; (second row, from left) Terry Parker, Tommy Simmons, William Taylor, Danny Joe Billingsby, John Nicks, Terry Jolley, Terry Griffin, Beth Buckley Forrester, Phyllis Hutcherson Parrott, Peggy Pritchett Crawford, Trudy Freeman, Donna Jenkins Danner, Sadie Mansfield Lamb, Janice Houston Moore; (third row, from left) Gary Dunlap, Richard Bennett, Danny Jones, Gerry Gallimore, Ronnie Turner, Ricky Stafford, Charles Darnell, Dale King, Bobby Stoker, Mike Cherry, Dan Rucker and Tem Chandler. The Dresden High School Class of 1968 held a reunion during the Fourth of July weekend to celebrate its 40th year milestone. Thirty-seven classmates attended along with spouses and friends. This was the class’s fourth reunion since graduation, and it plans to continue this tradition in the future. On Friday evening, the classmates became reacquainted at the old high school gym. They were informed about the gym’s renovations, activities and future plans. This treasured 70-year-old landmark brought back many memories of school days, ballgames, pep rallies and graduation night. Special guests for the evening were Coach Frank Gibson and his wife, Sandra. The class made a donation to be used toward revitalizing the gym to serve the community. Leaving the gym, the class reconvened at Richie and Reggie’s Restaurant for food and fellowship and to watch the grand display of fireworks. On Saturday morning, the classmates met in the activities building of Bible Union Church. The DHS Family, Career and Community Leaders of America decorated for the occasion. Class members received an attractive booklet of their submitted biographical information. After the meal, a “Memory Lane” Power Point highlighted “the growing up years.” After musical entertainment, the rest of the day was spent in the “fine art of conversation,” recalling tales of younger years and becoming current with one another.

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