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10/19/09 08:05 AM #1    

Rose Curtis (Whittaker)

Welcome to the Muscatine High School Class Of 1970 forums. Please press "Post Response" to participate in the discussion.

08/01/10 11:43 AM #2    

 

Joyce Stanbro (Small)

 

Rose, 

You have done such an excellent job with this website...I hit it every once in a while and am astounded by all the pics and memories...

For those of us who didn't make it back to the reunioun, it's a bittersweet time...to look at the pics ... wishin' I'd been there...but being able to "see" some old friends of mine (of which YOU are one...Rosie!) and smile at the ways some of us have changed...and others I'd have known in a second!

Thanks so much for all the hard work you did and continue to do for us!

Love you!

Joyce


08/21/14 07:57 AM #3    

Marvin Smith

Rose and Rick,

 

Thanks for all that you do to keep us updated.  I love the website!

Marv Smith


08/22/14 01:24 PM #4    

Pam Martin (Gay)

Rose and Rick - I've been meaning to say:  This is such a great way to keep in touch from a distance! Receiving news on classmates is a good thing.   I moved away in 1967, however I'm pleased to be considered part of the class.  The committee is too nice to me.  Sorry about that photo... yikes. 

Hi Everyone - I'm in Atlanta now for 24 years, but I'm not fixin' to do anything.  Still an Iowa Girl for sure!   I keep up with 22 MHS 1970 girls and travel with them every summer.  

Pam Martin (Gay)

pam.gay@luxetravelers.com

ps...

Drum roll..... Cornfield Maze for 2014 the "Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series!"

This is a big deal Cyclone and Hawkeye fans!!!  Teams worked with the Iowa Corn Growers to get approval from both Iowa State University and the University of Iowa. Our sponsors for the maze are Lujacks of the Quad Cities and HyVee (Quad City Stores.) We are also very happy to have two great sponsors for our maze. Facebook friends...please share this post with your facebook friends. This is a really neat opportunity for Pride of the Wapsi and we hope the Quad Cities enjoys it as much as we are!   Thanks to Jerry and Ann Mohr of Eldridge (my other home town) for sharing!


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