HEADS UP!!! REUNION 2004 IN ITALY IS LESS
THAN TWO WEEKS AWAY
It's not too late to join the gang in Italy where more than 50 alumni will be having the time of their lives!
The 2004 LAHS Reunion begins officially on Sunday, October 3 and ends on Sunday October 10. The reunion reception is scheduled for Monday evening October 4, 2004 at the Darby Community Club on Camp Darby. In addition, three day trips are planned through our friends in Special Services at Camp Darby. Air travel will be arranged individually and no group travel is planned.
Arrangements have been made with both the Golf Hotel in Tirrenia and also with the Sea Pines Lodge on Camp Darby, so alumni may choose to stay either on Post or in a four-star hotel in Tirrenia.
Take a look at the LAHS Alumni Association Home Page for more details on the week:
NEW HIDDEN ALUMNI DIRECTORY LOCATION
The old hidden directory location was inadvertently published on another website and the search engines latched onto it and began to publish links to our personal information. The directory is now moved to a new location and there is additional code embedded in the page forbidding the search engine robots to list the page, so hopefully this directory will remain truly hidden. In the future I'd like to add username/password protection to the directory also, but that will have to wait. You can now access the directory in its new location at from the address that you received in your e-mail.
LIVORNO AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL WEB PAGES
While you are at it, have a look at the school home page that features graduation photos. Now, aren't they a great looking bunch of kids!?
RAY RANDOLPH AND GRAYCE KENEMER ARE OK
Sue Harris Wright wrote Grayce Kenemer a message to see how she and Jack had faired in Francis, and her response was thankfully good:
"Many thanks for your inquiry. We rode out the storm very well and our loss was two shingles! However our yard lost a big tree and the shrubs took a beating, but we are very grateful. I talked to Ray Randolph last week and he had some strong winds and a lot of rain. His daughter had left her Pensacola home to go to safe haven with her dad."
A rather cocky high school student challenged some fairly senior folks saying it was impossible for their generation to understand his. "You guys grew up in a different world," the student said. "Today we have television, jet planes, space travel, nuclear energy, computers . . . "
Taking advantage of a pause in the student's litany, the senior said, "You're right. We didn't have those things when we were young. "
"So our generation just got busy and invented them!!!!"