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Scott Munro (MCHS 1963) and Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg were among our featured performers at the Oct. 17, 2015 MCHS ’60s Reunion

Scott Munro and Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg were among our featured performers at the MCHS ’60s Reunion at Old Mill Toronto. Scott Munro played “Amazing Grace” at the Reunion and also shared ’60s-era stories about teachers at Malcolm Campbell High School. Early 1960s MCHS Phys Ed teacher Soryl Rosenberg, who was only a few years older than […]

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Alice Munro describes drumlins and other features of the Southern Ontario landscape

The physiographic regions of Canada are described at a web page at thecanadianencyclopedia.ca entitled: Physiographic Regions. Included in the descriptions are references to the physical formations known as drumlins, a topic of special interest to me. My favourite description of drumlins is the one that Alice Munro provides in The View from Castle Rock (2006). Munro’s […]

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Next MCHS 1960s get together, at Mandarin restaurant in Toronto, is on Friday, March 22, 2019; a get together in Kitchener in April is in planning stages

Our next MCHS luncheon is on Friday, March 22, 2019 at the Mandarin restaurant on The Queensway east of Kipling Ave. in Toronto. I’ve attached a photo from our most recent get together which was on Jan. 25, 2019. We are all looking good, as the years come and go! I had been planning to […]

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Message from Graeme Decarie: “Well, you can tell Peggy that If I had known then what I know now, my course would been been very different”

The MCHS luncheons that we’ve been organizing about once a month for some time continue to take on momentum. On Wednesday, July 25, 2018 we had a turnout, at the Mandarin Restaurant on the Queensway east of Kipling in Toronto, of seven people. Our featured guests included Peggy (Cornforth) Robinson (MCHS 1965) who reports that Graeme […]