What a wonderful surprise at our lunch today when all the women were greeted by Bill Factor presenting them with a rose!  The profits from the Annual Sale of Roses by the Zanesville Rotary Club provide an unending list of Rotary Projects that continually benefit the Zanesville community.  Anyone can buy the roses, and Bill chose to buy roses and give them to the women in his class of 1955.  Thank you, Bill.


Please note the article under ZHS Class of 1955 News Page written by Linda Williams Warne, honoring the 1955 and 1995 Boys Basketball Champs.  Thank you, Linda.


And below Linda's article on What's New on the Website do not miss the Mini Lunch Bunch notes from Florida written by Carolyn Steirer.  Thank you, Carolyn.


On this very, very, rainy, soupy, and foggy day we had 16 classmates and friends at our lunch.


Bill and Marlene Rushay were in South Carolina last month, but did attend the lunch today.  Bill very kindly gave the blessing today.  Thank you, Bill.


Glenn McCutcheon recently returned from a Florida vacation.


As stated in the lunch notes last month, our 60th class reunion will be October 2, 3, and 4, 2015.  As also stated last month there will most likely be slight changes made, but the dates will stay the same.  The $50 price for the three days will be reviewed since we are having entertainment, and other expenses that were not added on to the $50.  Any increase in price will be worth seeing your classmates on our 60th REUNION!!! 


Bill Factor stated that the Art Walk on Friday, October 2 will be worthwhile for all of us.  Kinsey will be sharing with us next month about an event on Saturday, October 3 that we can attend. 


Bill Ferguson is remaining stable on his chemo every other Tuesday.  Please keep him and his family in your prayers.


Kinsey arrived after our lunch today and said that Marty is also remaining stable on her oral chemo!  Please keep Marty and her family in your prayers.


We chatted and reminisced until 1:45.


Stay well, and I will see you next month on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at the Golden Corral.


St. Patrick's Day is an enchanted time, a day to begin transforming winter's dreams into summer's magic.  May the Good Lord take a liking to you....but not too soon!


Martha K. Cannon