This is the most fantastic panoramic collection of Chicago views I have ever seen. Sent to us by Chuck Scharf. You can zoom around like you are in a helicopter. Please click on CHICAGO
This is why I love Southwest Airlines. Click on PRE FLIGHT BRIEFING
This link to You Tube shows an 18 year old interviewing himself 38 years later. A very clever piece of work. I hope you enjoy it.
Please click on: Then and Now

A fantastic site that tells the story of Niles township high school and Niles center from Sandi Schoene Metzinger. Click on: NTHS 
This is a rich man's version of hoarding. Sent by Denny Crosby please click on DREAM HOUSE
Since I started this website back in 2008 we have had over 300,000 visitors. As the years pass by the annual numbers shrink but still about 12,000/year. I hope you have enjoyed browsing through our site as much as I enjoy maintaining it. Keith
Here is a fun dance group. Click on JITTERBUG
To keep our records up to date please let me know of any address changes or email changes or news of any of our classmates.
A very nice video of a dad giving his daughter away. Sent in by Liz Staplefeld Sisneros.
Please click on A Great Dad
We are kicking around the idea of a weekend in Tucson on Feb. 16,17,18. The plans haven't been set but I'm sure it will include breakfasts, lunches and dinners. We have quite a few classmates who live within a few hours of Tucson and the weather should be great. Bring your golf clubs and hiking boots. We will have a list of places to stay. Please let me know if you are interested. Keith 
Keith Anderson and Denny Crosby in Whitefish, MT. We stopped to see him on our trip after visiting Bob and Barb Rhodes in Hayden Lake, ID
Top left:
John Pinkerman, Tom Rakowski, Lloyd & Eileen (Nechtman) Sonenthal, Lynda (Comitor) and Larry Fisher, Inez (Gelfand) Tiven.
Bottom row: 
Carol (Whisler) Morris, Leslie (Lerner) Gallay, Heloise (Corman) Nathan.
Cleveland School Gathering at Hackney's. Marti Council Corcoran was there also but had to leave to close a big deal before the photo
Dr. Ralph Johnson, our principal at Lincoln School, has passed away at the age of 88. 
He came to have pizza with us at  our Lincoln School reunion back in 2011. He helped forge our lives and will be missed.