Alumni can get event information by joining our Page Class of 1967 facebook page.
The Class of 1967 had a reunion September 7-8, 2007 - its fifth since our 1967 graduation. WOW – 40 years since we were Page Pirates!?! Seems only yesterday! There were about 150 of us – 100 classmates (three firsttime reunion attendees) and 50 spouses and dates – representing a graduating class of 400+.
Friday night we gathered for a casual social at the Marriott and then wandered downtown to check out changes of the last 40 years! What great comments there were about the restaurants, bars, and Center City Park. The scene was quite different from the S&W cafeteria, Myers Tea Room, the Center Theatre, and the record store where we could buy our 45s! Change has been good to Greensboro, but there’s nothing like memories.
Lots of stories were shared about how we used to treasure our Saturday trips downtown for shopping, Christmas parades with the marching band, and our Pirate ship and its flag flying high! It was during our tenure at Page that the ship was christened and Treasure Island (the woods area in front of the office) was created.
Bill Weaver (‘67) was the Pirate with the Island idea. On Saturday night we again gathered at the Marriott for dinner and a short program, emceed by Blossom White. Kay Van Hecke Maddox (a ‘68 Grimsley grad) and her reunion business helped our committee plan and present the reunion. (This is the way to go with our busy schedules and aged minds!! She is a great resource for any class reunions!)
We are all thankful for our special times and relationships at Page High School.
Beth Godwin Bramhall, Class of 1967
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Well I missed the 40th but sure want to come to the next one whenever it is. I'll watch for details. Several of my old classmates have reached out through other social media and it was so good to touch base with them.
If anyone can email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know of any reunions for 1967 graduates, I would appreciate it. I have never been to a reunion, but would love to see some of my classmates. Please share my email address to anyone from my years at Page 1964-1967. You know at our age, we are thinking more of the early years and reminiscing of our youthful days.