September 28, 2009

Here Comes the Incredible Blob

Whether its the Blob or Blog, you get the idea, right?
Whether its the Blob or Blog, you get the idea, right?
Blob? No! Blog? Yes!
Ok you've got something to say and we've given you the place to say it!! You know what to do. We'd love to hear from you.

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Susan Bell on October 16, 2009 3:32 PM

Hey Barons!

If you have some BHS memorabilia, make sure one of us knows about it if you care to submit somethings for the Reunion!

Susan

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Ginger Goforth Foshee on January 23, 2010 10:07 AM
What a fabulous website ...such an excellent job here!!!
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Hermine Bernstein on April 10, 2010 4:24 PM
In cleaning out a shed on our property, I found a copy of The Shield 1959, which likely belonged to the previous owner.  Her name is now Nancy Roberts.  There are 2 Nancys in the yearbook, Nancy Taylor & Nancy McBride.  Any suggestions as to how to locate these women to see if the yearbook belongs to either of them?  I'd sure like to know if it was me.  Thanks, HB
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Jo Ellen Guilian Bradley on April 18, 2010 12:34 PM

Okay,
Nancy you have not registered?  Niether has Jackie Gramatas?  What are ya'll waiting for?  Me?  Well, I'm plannig on it.

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Steve Lewis on June 2, 2010 6:03 AM
OK its time to get this thing rolling. Here are a few of my own YOU WERE A TRUE BARON thoughts. Add to them or start a new blog:

YOU WERE A TRUE BARON IF:
 
You were a true Baron if:
 
1. The fire alarm went off during finals and you didn't even flinch!
2. You had the best collection of hall passes in the school
3. If you bought your Briarcliff Baron notebook from Ben Franklin's or SuperX
4. You still have a copy of Catcher in the Rye from the BHS library.
5.  You felt that $.40 for lunch was a bit high
6.  You were adept at changing F's to B's on your report card
7.  You hung out in the Senior Courtyard for absolutely no reason
8.  You needed directions from a lower classman to find the library
9.  You recognized that BHS really wasn't very handicapped accessible
10. The lack of air conditioning wasn't really that big of a deal... until now!!
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Elisha Elisha on August 11, 2013 8:17 AM
Oh my ..my ..my .these are just breathtaking. She is eneyrthivg you say she is .Beautiful!! The photography is beyond eneyrthivg. Thanks for sharing ..I didn't breath while looking at them .just BREATHTAKING!
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Mark Snipes on June 15, 2010 3:06 AM
You were a true Baron if you had the tow truck come and tow Harry's car in the parking lot!
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Susan Worley-Traynor on August 2, 2010 4:09 AM
Steve-thank you, thank you, thank you for staying in touch and putting so much of the evening together.  It was a shame it had to end.  I hope to keep up with the folks I reconnected with last night. 
 
Chip and I had a marvelous time, and, it was so special to talk to so many of the class.  So many special people that I have remembered so fondly for so many years and they have all done so well-even the guys who didn't like English so much.
 
I may contact you for emails if I can't find some of these folks on the website or facebook!
 
Your wife is adorable.  Good job. Give her my best and thanks a million, again.
 
cheers, Susan
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Ray Hambrick on August 2, 2010 4:12 AM
 
Thanks for these articles - sure brings back good memories.
 
Jean and I appreciate being invited to share with the Class of 1970 your 40th reunion last night.  It was lots of fun sharing all those good memories.  Great place, great food, great folks.
 
Coach Hambrick
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Tally Johnson on August 6, 2010 7:38 AM
Tally JohnsonAugust 6, 2010 at 10:27am
Re: reunion
Thank you for inviting us. We had a great time. It is a lot of fun to see how past students turn out as adults. Briarcliff was a special place in a special time. We were all bless for being there.
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Shelly Leppert Taylor on August 11, 2010 1:28 PM
From: shelley leppert taylor 

    Message: it sounds like i missed a wonderful weekend & all the hard work that was put into the 3 day fest was more than worth it.  thank you guys for 'holding' us all together.  i won't miss the next one!
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Randi Rehm (Kaye) on October 22, 2010 6:46 AM

I'm a '72 Briarcliff grad - just happened on this website.  It is absolutely fabulous, right down to the Cavelettes t-shirt photo!  Ah, memories...

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Nathan Beberman on May 5, 2012 9:11 PM
 
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