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45 Year Reunion Announcement!
Burnaby Mountain Golf Course
2016 - 6:30 pm
We have booked the Burnaby Mtn. Golf Course banquet room for our 45th Reunion, Saturday September 24, 2016, 630-midnight. In the past we have had a “big” reunion every 10 years, but as we get a little longer in the tooth, it seems appropriate to have one every 5 years. Last time we sold 202 tickets, which put the room at capacity.Hoping for an awesome turnout this time as well! This will be a social evening, sandwiches and desserts, coffee and tea will be served and bar service is available.
There are now 2 options for tickets. Please mail a cheque or money order payable to "Burnaby North Class of 1971 Reunion" to Bev Pearson,319 Mt Royal Place Port Moody V3H1K2 Please include a self addressed stamped envelope. If you can't find a stamp, please add 85 cents to your ticket total.Tickets are $32 before July 15, $37 after. Or you may do an interac email transfer (free, safe, easy) All you need is an email address and online banking. Please add 85 cents to the ticket price to cover postage if you use the email transfer option. Please contact me at email@example.com if you have questions or need help.
7/21/2016 Mr Varro our art teacher is joining us!
Joe Varro, accompanied by his son Tim, will be attending the 45th.
We are very happy to see him again, as he attended the 40th with Geoff Wilkins.
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5/31/2016 Please register!
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1/4/2016 More losses for our class
We lost Marv Walling suddenly in December and Debra Reith on January 3. If more information becomes available I will update this post.
RIP Marv and Debbie Jan 7 I have posted Debbie's obitua
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Moved to Ucluelet and met my husband, Frank in 1973. I became a commercial fisher aboard our 45 foot Troller 'Tania' and mother of our first child, Tania, in 1974. We moved to Kyuquot, a small fishing village on the west coast of Vancouver Island. While there, we purchased a classic wooden Foss Tug Boat,(we subsequently named, 'Tania Too'), moved aboard and became handloggers in Kyuquot Sound. I was cook for a crew of six. We became owners in common of Wickanninish Island in Clayquot Sound and built a cabin there. During that time we used Tania Too for beach combing around Bella Bella, Towing as far north as Kitimat, as a Mother Ship during herring seasons, as a rescue vessel, and for hosting gatherrings. In 1979 we moved to the Comox Valley where I enrolled in Early Childhood Education and Dance. Since then we have owned homes in Comox, Cumberland, Hornby Island, the Alberni Canal, Black Creek and Campbell River. Our son, Sol, was born in 1981 when we moved to Hornby Island, and daughter, Kaila in 1989. We have also lived and worked as sawmill owner operators in Gold River and Black Creek, caretakers of 2500 acre Hernando Island (three years), caretakers on Cortes Island, owner/operators of an organic sourdough bread bakery, small engine and appliance repair business, resort rentals, farming, and I presently work with special needs children and adults.
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