Our 55th Class Reunion has been changed to Saturday, October 16, 2010 at The Zanesville Country Club.  You should have received a notice which Gwen Curry has sent out to everyone.  Thank you, Gwen!  If you did not receive a notice, it could be because you have moved to a different address.  Gwen has received notices back with person unknown at that address.  If you have moved, please notify Gwen.   Her phone numbers are: 740-453-3615 and her cell is 740-624-2221.  Her address is 2115 Moxadarla Rd, Zanesville, OH 43701.  You will be hearing all the reunion details as the committee completes the planning.  Gwen states that the committee would welcome your input if you have any comments or suggestions.
Melanie Sterling will check with the Country Club to see if they require a deposit, and will let Jean Ross know if she needs to send a check.
Donna Frame Swope E-mailed me that Sue Rittberger McCullough has suggested the"One-A-Chord" quartet acappella group for entertainment.  They sing songs from the 50's, 60's, and 70's.  Our reunion tried to get this group the last time and they were already booked. 
Ruth Ann Coulson has recommended the Blue Knights.  She said they are an excellent band.  Also, they are accepting donations for uniforms.  If you are interested in that, you may contact Ruth Ann Coulson.  Her address is 7260 Rose Hill Rd, Roseville, OH 43777.
On this beautiful, sunny day we had 17 classmates at our lunch.  As you know, the last lunch was canceled because of THE snow storm.  We have had 29 inches of snow dumped on us in the month of February, which is the largest amount since 1910.  We enjoyed our 60 degree, sunny day for our lunch. 
Bob Ross enjoyed this beautiful day spending it golfing for the first time in quite a while.
Gerald Roberts is doing well after having a partial knee replacement exactly one month ago.  He joined us for the lunch today, and Dave and Sis Roberts drove him home.
Gwen opened the meeting telling us the story of "The Station."  She then gave the blessing after which we all had a fabulous meal.
At 2:15 my husband and I left, and there were still five or six of our group sitting, telling stories, and we could hear the laughter on the way out.
Until we meet again at 11:30 on Tuesday, April 13 at the Golden Corral:
  • May the Irish hills caress you. May her lakes and rivers bless you. May the luck of the Irish enfold you.  May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.—Irish Blessing
    Martha K. Cannon