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Class of 1959 50th Reunion Video - 6
11/08/09     Rick Shultz  (1959)      rickinpanama@gmail.com
Hello all, I've put together a short video from the shots we took while in Martinsville and wanted to share it with you. The first location was Forest Park Country Club on October 9, 2009 at our 50th Class Reunion. Second location was a visit to the studios of WMVA & WHEE Saturday morning October 10th. Finally there are some shots at the Old Dawg's reunion at the old high school on Cleveland Avenue early that afternoon. Hope you enjoy! The YouTube link is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmIzhejOHxY
 
04/02/10     B. Eanes  (1956)      b_eanes@bellsouth.net
Re: Class of 1959 50th Reunion Video
I just stumbled onto your great videos (your Class of '59 reunion vid. and the one you made of the parade in Panama to remember and honor Ralph Shank's 90th birthday) and I enjoyed them very much. As for those young drummers in the Panama bands, well, it wss a good thing that they had all of those attractive majorettes!!!
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