Merry Christmas Class of ’60

4 Dec

KC Plaza at Christmas

It’s been a great year of celebrating our 50th Anniversary! What better way to go out in style than to recall one of my favorite Kansas City scenes at this time of year- the lights at The Country Club Plaza. Here’s hoping that each one had a wonderful celebration and will have a very meaningful Christmas and a happy new year.


6 Responses to “Merry Christmas Class of ’60”

  1. Toddy2 December 6, 2010 at 3:26 pm #

    Don’t forget the Southeast High School Alumni Association is hosting a holiday gathering at Southeast on Thursday, December 16, 2010, from 6:30-8:00 pm. Tours of the school, auditorium and museum space will be available, there will be a brief program and refreshments will be served.

  2. Toddy2 December 7, 2010 at 7:11 am #

    Did you know-
    That Kansas City’s oldest Catholic Church has undergone a major restoration? For our classmates who follow the Catholic tradition here is a link to a great post. A chance to visit our history.

  3. Toddy2 January 8, 2011 at 6:43 am #

    It’s already 8th of January- from the time of this post until now we’ve had a lot of snow. In fact it’s snowing now. So we will have no trouble remembering our 50th year was a white Christmas. Hope it was for you as well. I’ll try to post at least once a month something newsworthy for our class. Our class has a prayer circle now, maybe we can include that in our blog. Ideas are always welcome.

    • Dennis Schneible April 6, 2011 at 3:26 pm #

      Hello John,
      Sorry I missed this Alumni event, I didn’t know about it until just now after finding your excellent web site. I had many friends in your class and would like to see your yearbook for 1960. Is it available on-line?
      Dennis “Dink” Schneible, class of 1958

      • Dennis Schneible April 6, 2011 at 3:44 pm #

        John, Here’s the link for the class of 1958

      • Toddy2 April 7, 2011 at 7:36 am #

        Thanks Dennis!
        Great to hear from our ‘upper classmen’. To answer your question, no, our yearbook is not on-line (yet).
        We asked the question on this blog, “what can we do now that our 50th is history”? I think one answer is to take a look at what class of ’58 has done.And getting the yearbook on-line is a worthy project. Some in our class have been building a support group that prays for fellow class-mambers and their families.

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