The time has come for all of you procrastinators and fence sitters to make a commitment to attend our 50th year reunion. The reunion committee has planned as much as we reasonably can at this point, but what we still need is for our classmates to join us in making this reunion not only a reality but a meaningful time of sharing and catching up for all of us.
Our goals in planning the reunion were that it be something for everyone with no specific emphasis on any one or any group, and that there be enough opportunities to gather so that all of us can have a meaningful opportunity to visit with other classmates. With those goals in mind we reserved the beautiful Emory Conference Center for our main event on Saturday, April 25th but we will actually begin on the evening of Friday, the 24th and end with Sunday brunch on the 26th. Here is a summary of events:
Friday evening: We will gather informally at the Conference Center from 6:00 on...come whenever you can. There is an area available for us to visit together but also numerous places for people - inside and out - to sit and talk away from the main group inside. There is no charge for Friday evening, but you can buy dinner and/or drinks with classmates at the hotel.
Saturday: We have developed a list of daytime activities for class members to consider. Except for the golf outing, we are not taking reservations; our intention is just to let everyone know of times when other class members may be going and try and facilitate joint participation. There will be a sign up list in the hospitality room at the Conference Center for you to indicate your preference. Among the suggested activities:
1. Hike the Eastside trail Beltline. Have lunch at one of the many restaurants like the Park Tavern or Ponce City Market Restaurant. Leave at 10:00 am, walk and visit shop and art galleries and have lunch returning at 2:00 pm or later.
2. Hike Lullwater Trail (President of Emory's home and property) and have lunch nearby or have lunch and then walk the trail.
3. THE PATH - South Peachtree Creek Trail is part of this and is a beautiful walk from near the Avis Williams Library over to North Druid Hills Road.
4. The Fox Theatre Tours - available on Saturday mornings at 10 am. There are tickets for Hamilton on Saturday on Ticketmaster for Saturday at 2 pm.
5. Atlanta Beltline. Regular tours are $20/senior citizen and you must have a reservation. Tours depart Inman Park Marta station at 9:15 am and return at 12:30 pm. Register at beltline.org
6. Stone Mountain Golf Club. Lakemont Course 9:30 am - Tee Time reserved for 12 ppl. The cost is about $80 per round, about $10 less than normal rate.
7. Mercedes Benz Stadium Tour at 11:00 am. The price for the tour is $20. Register at mercedesbenzstadium.com or call 470-341-7500 to book.
8. Michael C. Carlos Museum is located on the Emory campus. It houses quite a large collection of pre-Columbian art which came from the private collection of William Thibadeau - father of Briarcliff graduates - Bill Jr. and Jan and Leonard.
Saturday evening is the ticketed reunion event which will include dinner. At the conclusion of the scheduled reunion time (7:00 pm until 11:00 pm) classmates can continue to gather at various locations in the Conference Center.
Sunday we will have a brunch at the Conference Center Restaurant. Each person attending will be responsible for the cost of their own meal.(=+$15)
Please do not miss this opportunity. Even if you can only make it on Friday evening or on Sunday for brunch, please plan to attend. We look forward to seeing you there.
Click link above, navagate past annoying commercials, and enjoy a small clip on why you will enjoy the reunion of the Class of 1970
Turning a metal disorder into a pretty good career, here is Ron Ferrazzuolo...
50 Year Reunion
SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 2020
Emory Conference Center
Class of 1970
Want to see who is coming? Go to the Lost and Found page
Bottom row, left to right-- Debbie Goodwin, Cindy Shields, Linda Pullen, Kay Cole
Row 2- Patsy Wheeler, Mary Lewis, Barbara Steinhaus
Row 3- Shelly Calhoun, Cheryl Miller, Carol Davis, Sherry Eisenberg
Row 4- Bonnie Carl, Connie Myers, Marilyn Landers, Esther Palatski
Row 5- Rochelle Verner, Cheryl Holmes, Rose White
Row 6- Melody Bell, Ilene Weinberg, Elise King, Judy Steiner
Row 7- Joyce McDonald, Jackie Fleeman, Susan Camp, Malinda Mason, Kathy Owens
Row 8- Cindy Roberts, Connie Crowe, Donna Zelack
Row 9- JoEllen Guilian, Cheryl Adams, Miriam Benatar, Roma Davis
Row 10- Susan Haley, Betty Beldsoe, Susan Vining, Marie Storer
Row 11- Anna Zamoscinski, Becky Anderson, Lisa Zwecker, Martha Allen
Row 12- Debbie Bregman, Barbara Herschberg, Cathy Perry, Terry Prince, Cheryl Lincoln
Top-- Nancy Baumgarten
Please send any corrections or mis-identifications to CONTACT US.....
Left to right starting at the bottom row----
Row 1-Chuck Ostrander, Steve Lewis, Ron Ferrazzuolo, Tom Chaffin
Row 2- Freddy Rich, Don King, Dennis Degan, William Greer
Row 3- Harry Petrides, Ronald King, Jeff Kaufman, Stan Muse
Row 4- Gary Godlewski, Marvin Price Bill Ralston, John Dubac
Row 5- Nick Moriatakis,Barry Shemariua, David Christopher
Row 6- Gordy Taylor, Charles Adams, Bobby Levy, Bruce Teper, Randy Galanti, Larry Kaplan
Row 7- Randy Piggott, David Mickle
Row 8- Gifford Berry, Stuart Graetz, jimmy Turner Scott Eisenberg
Row 9- Phil Sealy, Bud Manbeck, Paul Varner, Steve DeBardelaben
Row 10- Bill Hughes, Tommy Carter, Tommy Archibald, Ray Noonan, Jeff Madill
Very top row-- Richard Lee, David Ruben, Mike Vlass, John Pine, Johnny Zamoscinski (behind J. Pine), Ronnie Adamson (in front of J. Pine), T-Bone Stanelle, Kenny Herring (white shirt), Reggie House
Class Pictures are Here!
The class pictures are here! You can double click on them for a better view. Please help me out if I have mislabeled, misidentified, or put a "?" where your name should be. Hey, it has been a long time!! E-mail corrections to email@example.com It was a great weekend and we will do certainly do it again. Enjoy!
The Incredible Blog has new items including notes from teachers!! Also, we would appreciate your feedback about the reunion. What did you like and how can we improve? We value your opinions!
NEW REUNION PHOTOS!!
Go to Photo Albums- Reunion and II. Some aren't labeled yet and I will be editing them in the near future, but enjoy and see who you can I.D. Also go to I HAVE KNOWN YOU SINCE.. and PICTURES OF FRIENDS AND FUN for new additions. There are now over 175 reunion photos online. To copy a particular photo, click the photo with your left mouse key. When the picture pops up again, click on the new picture with your right mouse button to save, e-mail, or print.
The Scroll is now on-line.. Go to the page labeled (what else?) Briarlcliff Scroll and follow directions (harder for some rather than others).
All Scrolls from 1969-1970 that will open a floodgate of memories!! Thanks to Dennis Degan for this wonderful addition!!!!
Flash-- Briarcliff Class of 1970 member has a great idea!!
Send us a youtube, pictures, facebook link, etc and we will gladly post it on a special page for the world to see! If you have pictures, send them to the PHOTO ALBUMS section of the web site. All else, send them to the e-mail address below with any necessary instructions and we will be happy to include you. This is a celebration of our class and everyone is still a valued part of it. firstname.lastname@example.org
Somehow things never seem to change!
Graduation date, June 6, 1970. To see pictures of the big day, go to PHOTO ALBUM page
Hall leading past library to D-Hall and C-Hall (I think)