Class of '58 Jefferson High School Class of '58


JEFF JABBERS

Kay Johnson Koudele has recently published a book entitled " A Dream Sets Sail" Part 1, about a four year voyage on Kay and her husband, Fred's, 37ft. sailboat throughout ports in Mexico, Central and South America.  As the editor expresses, the book is written in an articulate and expressive style, and is the story of what can happen when two people have enough faith in themselves and each other to take a leap into the unknown to see what comes out on the other side.The book is available on Amazon.com and is an exciting read says Judy Blair Walker

Class of ’58 outstanding halfback Bruce Oitto has asked to be added to our luncheon distribution list. Hopefully we’ll see Bruce at the March 8th event.  Bruce advises that his email address is:  bru_suz@verizon.net 

Bill Cornell writes from France, in response to our Jabbers request for beach snapshots at St. Tropez:
Sorry Roger, - - - no beach/swim suit shots . . . that wouldn't be prudent!  Here's a photo of Jeanine and me taken this summer at a restaurant in Provence, and one taken this Christmas in Paris.  Actually we spend about half the year at our home here in Arlington, VA.  Came back on Dec 26th from Paris - - just in time to face the new security procedures!  Happy New Year!

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Dona Manley Vetere writes: Dear Friends,
So many of you have written or called about the weather in Ohio. Goodness, I had no idea it made national news! At any rate, it's been a blast. . .of chilling temperatures! But, enough is enough. I'm really tired of sledding, snow boarding, building snowmen and drinking hot chocolate. The boys returned to school today for the first time in nearly two weeks. YEA!!!!
I owe so many of you notes or calls. My plans to relocate have changed, at least short term. I'm moving to Kiawah Island next month and will stay indefinitely or at least until my home sells. More about this later. Love to all.

Roger Rollins reports he has been elected to the Board of Directors and Treasurer’s office of the Oswego Heritage Council. The Council is a foundation that manages Oswego Heritage House, a facility that functions as a museum for historic archives / artifacts, and a community center for meetings and receptions. The Council sponsors a Historic Home tour, a Classic Car and Wooden Boat show, and an Art show at various times during the year. 





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