Monthly Archives: February 2007

Garrison Keillor

On January 27, Garrison Keillor held his weekly Prairie Home Companion show in Philadelphia’s new Kimmel Center.  You can listen to that broadcast by going to and selecting the date.  He talks about Philadelphia in his monologue and has … Continue reading

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Snappy Replies

This is too good not to post. Yesterday, Sunday, we had some church friends over for lunch, including a pretty young woman in her early 30’s from Korea. She has been here for many years, is intelligent, and has a … Continue reading

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Class of 1957 and Other Web Sites

The class of 1957 has set up a slick website in preparation for their upcoming 50th reunion. There is not much there yet, but if you remember some of their class you may want to check it periodically. Their address … Continue reading

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Senior Swim

In the thirty-some years I have been involved with our community swimming pool, the primary activity has changed from simple playing to serious lap swimming and senior exercise groups.  In the 1980s, lap swimming was unusual enough to draw comments, … Continue reading

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Jack King

I found missing class member Jack King thanks to a clue by Norm Rowley.  Norm last saw him in the 1960s shortly after Jack had gotten an MBA from Harvard.  A simple Google search on “Jack King” and Harvard turned … Continue reading

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