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We welcome additional biographies from MCHS 60s graduates and staff

We are very happy to add more MCHS biographies to the MCHS 60s Biographies & Histories Category at this website.

Altogether, we have four Categories related to MCHS at the Preserved Stories website, listed at the left of the landing page:

MCHS 60s Biographies & Histories

MCHS 60s Facebook links

MCHS 60s REGISTRATION: Please make your cheque payable to MCHS 2015

MCHS 60s Reunion & Celebration of the 60s

Biographies

We notice from site statistics, and from Facebook comments that we’ve read, that many people like to read the MCHS 60s biographies that we’ve posted to this site. We look forward to adding many more of them – including one from you!

It’s a delight to read the biography of a classmate or teacher that you last spoke with 50 years ago.

Any MCHS 60s student or staff person is most welcome to send in a biography, as an email to me at jpill@preservedstories.com – we will post it at once. We can scan your yearbook photo, if we have a yearbook available for the year that you appeared in the yearbook. Or if you have a jpeg of a photo of yourself from age about 17, we can use that.

It’s also great if you can send us a current jpeg photo of yourself, to add to the biography.

If you have a biography already at Classmates.com, it would be great to have a similar text posted at the MCHS 60s Biographies & Histories Category at the Preserved Stories website. Please send us such a text directly, along with a jpeg from Before & After. (We don’t want to copy a complete text directly from Classmates.com or from any other site.)

Organizing team

We much appreciate your support for the efforts that the reunion team is putting in to organize the reunion.

It’s a great team of volunteers – with key organizers located near Boston, in Langley (B.C), in London (Ontario), and across the Greater Toronto Area – and we also so much appreciate the fact quite a few people have been adding great comments and sharing great information from decades ago at the Preserved Stories website.

We look forward to meeting you at Old Mill Toronto on Oct. 17, 2015.

Registration

The registration process is discussed at one of the above-mentioned links.

The basic details are:

The reunion database that Diana Redden and Howard Hight have created will serve as the registration form.

If you wish to add your name to the database, and have not yet done so, please contact Howard Hight at hahight@gmail.com

The registration fee is $150 for single tickets and $250 per couple. That is, if you’re registering as a couple, $150 applies to an MCHS 60s graduate or staff, and $100 applies to that person’s spouse.

Please make your payment in Canadian currency, payable to MCHS 2015.

Please send your registration fee to:

Diana Redden
4487 – 222A Street
Langley, B.C.
V2Z 1B2

Please make an effort to register sooner rather than later, so that we will have a good indication of our attendance, which will determine how many meeting rooms will be required for the reunion.

Meetings of the organizing committee

The MCHS 60s Reunion & Celebration of the 60s organizing committee met on Oct. 29, 2014 at the Boston Pizza at 190 Gateway Park Drive in Kitchener.

Our next meeting is on Nov. 26, 2014 at 11:30 am at the same location.

If you’re eligible to attend the reunion – that is, if you attended MCHS at any point in the 1960s as a student or a teacher – you are most welcome to join us at the organizing meetings. We welcome your participation, and your input. If you want to join us through Skype or similar means, let us know.

 

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