Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Happy Small School Reunion


One huge joy of teaching is being invited to class reunions of my "kids." Saturday night my son and I attended the 40th reunion of the first class I ever sponsored. First of all, we were fortunate to have the reunion in a lovely venue, Coal Miner's Daughter. My dear friend owns this place and caters delicious meals on site or hosts and caters here. I thought I would share a few snaps of the evening.





Senior trip: 1977


Revisited with a stand in for the center gentleman, our coach who is also owner of the building and was busy catering the event!!!





I am not in this photo so don't be looking! Love these "kids" who will forever be 17 to me.

Whimsy and Hugs!

3 comments:

Heaven's Walk said...

Teaching is such a joy, isn't it, Gayla? Looks like you had such a great time of sharing memories at that reunion! My hubs taught HS Industrial Arts for 31 years and I was the HS registrar for 21 yrs (along with a few years of being adm assistant for the principal and athletic director). Oh, how we miss the friendships we had with all of the kids over the years. We do still keep up with a few special ones via FB yet, though, which is so nice.

xoxo laurie

sunflower said...

That is so nice!
Linda

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