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Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg thanks a hard-working MCHS ’60s Reunion organizer; Doug Singer (MCHS 1963) thanks a great organizing team

We begin this post with a much appreciated message from Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg, who taught Phys Ed at Malcolm Campbell High School in the 1960s, has shared the following message regarding a particular organizer’s efforts on behalf of the MCHS ’60s Reunion. Soryl (Shulman) Rosenberg writes: Jaan Pill was must be singled out […]


A reunion is a form of community self-organizing

An MCHS Reunion, whether a ’60s Reunion, such as the one that the MCHS 2015 organizing team is staging, or any other MCHS Reunion, is a form of community self-organizing. By that I mean that people get together and create a structure that enables the community to find – and communicate with, interact with – […]


Why a Reunion in Toronto, not Montreal?

Why Toronto, not Montreal? What follows is an edited version of our April 1, 2015 discussion in Kitchener, among members of the Event Committee, about the “Why Toronto?” topic. This is a question that everybody has an opinion about. It’s a great topic for discussion. At our April 1, 2015 meeting, we had the following dialogue, which […]


What do I get for $150?

By way of an update to this post, below is a video, entitled “What Do I Get for $150?” posted on June 19, 2015:     A previous post in this series is entitled: Next steps for MCHS 2015 website – May 17, 2015 update As well, our new reunion website is now up and […]


Stories & Bios (MCHS)

Click here to access MCHS 2015 Stories > We have a lot of great stories. Here are a few of them; there are many more: Stay Awhile – April 24, 2015 Toronto premiere of documentary about The Bells Linking a favourite song to each of the MCHS alumni who have passed away The MCHS 69er […]


With help from Peter Halliday, we’ve located an archival photo of Raimbault Creek near the Back River

We owe many thanks to Peter for locating one of the images that we’ve been looking for, as described in a previous post. Peter Halliday writes: Bingo! Go here and download photo 10-159. I think it’s exactly what you’re looking for. [End of message from Peter Halliday] You can access the image at the […]