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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Rachel Maxwell (Johnson)  2/1
•   Carol Wendt  1/31
•   David McCammack  12/25
•   Ernie Ward  12/23
•   Linda Hayden (Shockley)  11/13
•   Charles Welker  11/7
•   Linda Chappell (Powell)  10/11
•   Keith Trent  10/5
•   Daniel Frye  10/2
•   Chris O'Connor  10/1
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


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2 live in Alabama
3 live in Arizona
3 live in California
2 live in Colorado
4 live in Florida
3 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
2 live in Illinois
72 live in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
2 live in Michigan
1 lives in New Jersey
2 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oregon
2 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
48 location unknown
26 are deceased

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Terry Smith  2/27
•   Roland Schinbeckler  3/13
•   Elaine McFall (Chance)  3/14
•   Debbie McCollum (Asher)  3/16
•   Edward Stockton  3/19

MISSING CLASSMATES


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Plainfield High School
Class Of 1968
ANNOUNCEMENTS

Happy Valentine's Day !!!

The love in your heart wasn't put there to stay, love isn't love till you give it away.

January 20th - 21st

Lunar eclipses are amazing to watch unfold, and are much more leisurely events versus the swift passage of a total solar eclipse. And while you certainly can watch a lunar eclipse with binoculars or a telescope, the best way to watch a total lunar eclipse is with the naked eye.

First, the basics leading up to the event. The umbral phases for the eclipse span over three hours in duration, and totality lasts just a second shy of 1 hour and 2 minutes long. North and South America will see the eclipse in its entirety late in the evening, while western Europe and northwestern Africa will see the eclipse in progress at local sunrise and moonset. Hawaii and the western Pacific region will see the eclipse ongoing at Moonrise.

"Total Eclipse of the Heart" - Bonnie Tyler 1983

 

 

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