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Given the surge in virus cases with colder weather and the new, more contagious mutation coming from England, we expect this will remain the case for a number of future months, but hope the effect of the new vaccines will give us momentum again by late spring to early summer of this year.
We are pleased to again report that our core action team is safe from the virus. We are thankful for this and hope the same is true for all our readers and alumni.
While the Dedication Ceremony remains on hold, please remember that the Memorial is complete and can be viewed by anyone visiting the Memorial Gardens located on the south side of the Jerusalem Avenue Middle School.
The project will be officially complete once we are able to conduct the Dedication Ceremony at the Memorial.
On behalf of the Project Team,
Each month, we profile a former student that has submitted a biographical sketch of their life. This month we have highlighted Steven Ragusea from the class of 1964. Many of you have not used the opportunity of sharing precious moments with other classmates. It’s not too late to submit a sketch to be included in the Alumni Bio Section (click the link on the left to go to the bios section) of the newsletter. We are including a writeable document that you can fill in on you computer and, after completing the document, forward to email@example.com
Robert Edward Gleason Wesley
accomplished musician, Bob had a radio show in
with a co-host, Frank, the duo made music that the community really
loved music and travelled to local hospitals, nursing homes and assisted
living facilities and performed for the residents free of charge.
passing saddened many. Bob “partied hard” over the years and realized
his activities would tell its toll eventually. He survived open heart
surgery only to find himself spending time in the hospital for a string of
illnesses that did eventually cut his life short, too short.
remember fondly the time he travelled from Dannemora to
daughter, Heather and granddaughter, Rebecca remember Bob as a warm,
wonderful person who they miss every day.
CLASS OF 1980 CLASS REUNION
August 8, 2021