We have a ton of photos posted on our 50th reunion photo gallery (click HERE to go there) and a lot more posted on our 50th reunion school tour, ROTC and cheerleader presentation photo gallery (click HERE to go there).
With all those photos you would think that everyone who attended the reunion would be in at least one photo. Well…. we have a bunch of people (see below) who didn’t make it into at least one photo. If one of your photos has one or more of these folks in it, please send that photo to me. Just click on CONTACT and I will tell you how. It would be great if EVERYONE who attended was in, at least, one photo.
Here are the people who didn’t make it into at least one photo:
Betty (Courteau) Abbott
Victoria (Cowhig) Zimmerschied
Mary (Cronin) LoPresti
Carol (Dutch) Cyr
Kathy (Gness) Amara
Chuck Hamilton (I was able to get his image out of the group school tour photo)
Eileen (Jackson) Kalapinski
Jean (MacLeod) Bruck (I was able to get her image from a checking in photo)
Gail (Minton) Hickey
Louise (Murray) Thibault
Gail (Parsons) LaVoie
Anna-Marie (Ruth) Frederick (I was able to get her image from the veterans’ group photo)
Photos from the 50th reunion are being posted under Photo Galleries. Use the down arrow (▼) on Photo Galleries in the Main Menu to see all the photo galleries (including the 50th reunion photo gallery and the 50th reunion school tour photo gallery.
More will be published when the come in. So check back occasionally to see the new ones. I am currently trying to put names to faces in about 200 photos I have received from Faith Hocter who took many photos at both the reunion and on the tour. As soon as I finish this task, I will be posting a whole bunch of photos. I do want people to send in photos however because I noticed that some people actually didn’t make it into the pile of photos I have and I am hoping other people have some to make sure we get everyone onto the website! To send me electronic copies of your photos use CONTACT and request my home email address (or click HERE).
Here is a photo provided by Debbie (McCulley) Blossom:
Faith Hocter took many of the photos in the 50th Reunion Photo Galleries and also supplied the Overhead projector for the PowerPoint presentation during the reunion. She did this at no charge to our class. We thank her for her wonderful contribution.
Thanks to Paula Robinson for sharing thirteen more photos from our 45th reunion. They have been added to the gallery which now has 125 photos in it!!! To go to the 45th reunion photo gallery, click HERE. Feel free to input comments on the photos. To make a comment, just click on the photo to make it larger and the name of the photo will be in the lower left side of the photo. You can then send your comment in (make sure you reference the name of the photo) by clicking HERE to go to the contact page. Fill out the form on the contact page and write your comment in the message box. Then click send. By the way, Paula’s 13 photos were the last ones added so they are at the bottom of the 45th reunion photo page.
This is the last of the 5 installments of the Pictorial Tour of Lynn English Today. This installment highlights the interior of the Paul Cavanagh Field House where the new gym, locker rooms, work out rooms and coaches offices are located.
I will repeat the paragraph from last week’s blog to help you become familiar with navigation. If you are reading this post while you are on the website, you are on the home page. All blog posts go on the home page. If you subscribed to the blog (do that at the top of the right column) you may receive this post as an email. If you are reading your email and you click on the links for the fourth installment, you will go directly to that page and bypass the home (blog) page. If you want to make a comment on something on one of the pages (like photos), you have to do that from the blog (home) page. There are links on the page for the fourth installment to get you back to the home page. Just go the home page and to the bottom of the posting you want to comment on. Each posting on the home page has a spot to comment on that posting. I have noticed that sometimes people comment on one posting, but they click the “comment” on the bottom of a different posting… and their comment goes there instead of where they intended for it to go. If you make a mistake, you can always use Contact (in the right column) and send me (Bob Maleszyk) a note and I can help you fix the problem.
We would like to thank our fine tour guides. LEHS Class of 2012 alum, Shaday Imadiyi, and LEHS senior, Claudia Buruca, spent most of a fine summer morning showing us the school from top to bottom. Also many thanks to Matt Wilkins of the LEHS Guidance office for his efforts in setting up the tour.
So, continue your stroll around the old school. Don’t forget, click on the photo to see it full size. When you are done looking at it, click on “close” on the bottom of the photo.
This is the fourth installment (of 5) of a pictorial tour of Lynn English Today. This installment shows the new cafeteria, kitchen and balcony (link between the old building and the Paul Cavanagh Field House.
This installment is also short (only 11 photos). To get to the fourth installment just click on this link (fourth installment) or click on the page at right (Lynn English Today – The New Cafeteria). To get to the other installments just click on the other Lynn English Today pages (exterior photos, general interior photos, old gym and cafeteria) on the right.
A little about navigation on this website. If you are reading this post while you are on the website, you are on the home page. All blog posts go on the home page. If you subscribed to the blog (do that at the top of the right column) you may receive this post as an email. If you are reading your email and you click on the links for the fourth installment, you will go directly to that page and bypass the home (blog) page. If you want to make a comment on something on one of the pages (like photos), you have to do that from the blog (home) page. There are links on the page for the fourth installment to get you back to the home page. Just go the home page and to the bottom of the posting you want to comment on. Each posting on the home page has a spot to comment on that posting. I have noticed that sometimes people comment on one posting, but they click the “comment” on the bottom of a different posting… and their comment goes there instead of where they intended for it to go. If you make a mistake, you can always use Contact (in the right column) and send me (Bob Maleszyk) a note and I can help you fix the problem.
That said, continue your stroll around the old school. Don’t forget, click on the photo to see it full size. When you are done looking at it, click on “close” on the bottom of the photo.
This is the third installment of a series of photos of Lynn English High School today. This installment is the beginning of the photos of things that are NEW. But, this installment shows what happened to the old. The old gym and old cafeteria have changed. The gym is now the library. The cafeteria is now classrooms including the new art room. I made the comment in the opening statement for the third installment that I can’t remember where the old library was IF we even had one! I hope someone can remember. I also stated the old art room was in the front center of the building on the second floor. Does anyone remember? Feel free to comment by clicking on the “add a comment” just below this blog posting.
This is the second installment of the series of photos of Lynn English Hish School today. This installment has photos you may recognize. The main office, the principals office, the auditorium, the little theater and a few class rooms and corridors. Plus some things we didn’t have… a TV Department, ROTC, a bronze bulldog, and a few other things. We hope this installment brings back some memories. I remember I was in the language lab on November 22, 1963. The language lab is still in the same room as it was back then.
Quite a few people have wondered what the old school looks like today. Unfortunately, it is difficult to schedule a tour for everyone who wants to go. To solve this problem, Sue Rummel and Bob Maleszyk took a tour of Lynn English on July 25, 2012. The tour allowed us to take numerous photos of the school both inside and out. We will post the photos in a series of installments over the next few weeks.
The first installment of photos are the exterior shots of the school. Future installments will include interior shots showing how our alma mater has changed (or not changed) since we graduated. We hope you enjoy strolling in and around the school via this photo gallery.
To see the photo gallery of the exterior of LEHS today, go to the Lynn English Today – Exterior Photos page. To see each image full size just click on the image. When done viewing the larger image, just click “close” on the bottom of the photo.
A new page has been created under the Photo Galleries called “Graduation Program and Photos“. If you lost your program from our Graduation on Friday morning, June 4, 1965, you will find it here. Also, the photos provided in a Yearbook Supplement are included.
Note: See my comment under this post for detail on how to make your own program. The scans are available.
Hey folks, if you check the comments you will find that there is an interest in knowing who is who. The photos do have a file name, just put your cursor on it and you should see it. So if you care to send a message via CONTACT, captions will be put on the photos with some names to go with the faces. A few have been done and more will be. In addition to ID’s, humerous captions are welcome…keep ’em clean!!!
We have several sets of photos from diffenent sources. If you send your photos in we will credit you. Please thank the folks who are sharing these great memories.
Jim Prendergast from Facebook “Lynn English High (the 60’s)”.
A group of photos from the golf tournament courtesy of Judy (Goudey) Johnson.
I stole (er borrowed) a group of photos of Lina Rehal‘s Facebook page.
Karen (Hyde) Mancinelli not only gave us a lot of photos but spent hours putting captions on the photos.
Jack Rummel brought his professional camera and expertise and took some great photos … HOW did you get all those people to laugh so hard Jack? Jack is not only one of our classmates but he is a professional photographer. His website is listed in our links section. Check him out!
Here is a photo from Pamela (Gunter) Roi via Peggy Cass!