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Our annual SHS Class of '58 'Meet and Greet' is usually held on the third Saturday in May, from 3 to 7 pm at the Fox and Goose Public House on 10th and R Streets. Details for next years 'M&G' will be announced when closer to the actual event. STAY TUNED.
8/16/2014 TESTA wins ClassReport Questionnaire Contest
Congratulations to Bob Testa, who was the first person to correctly identify the 10 classmates who fit the statements in the recent ClassReport Questionnaire. As his prize, Bob was given a $
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8/10/2014 Ploughman's Lunch Leads to Website Tutorial
The Sac High Class of 1958 reunion committee met at the home of Dick and Jeanne Baldwin for a 'Ploughman's Lunch' on Friday, August 8, 2014. As part of their quarterly 'Club 58' gathering, t
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Before, during and after my high school years, I was active in drama, orchestra and choir. My brother, Dave (class of 1957), and I entertained professionally throughout the greater Sacramento area as 'The Baldwin Brothers,' a two-person song and comedy act that sang "a capella." We were the 'Smothers Brothers' before THEY were the 'Smothers Brothers' (but without musical instruments).
We both were active in the JayRob Theater (a semi-professional community theatre run by Sac High drama teacher, Robert Wyman and his father, Justus, both now deceased.
Following commencement exercises, I attended Sacramento City College, American River College (A.A., Language and Literature) and Sacramento State College (B.A., Radio and Television Major, Journalism minor, California Secondary Teaching Credential, and M.A., Communications).
In college, I met my life partner, Jeanne Ellen Wetterau (McClatchy, Class of 1958) and we were married in September, 1961 and eventually had two children, Eric Christopher and Megan Kathleen.
Eric became a professional actor, and member of SAG (Screen Actor's Guild) acting and/or directing for ten years in Los Angeles; traveling in two-person play productions across the United States; appearing as
'Artist in Residence' at the Carolina Shakespeare Festival in Hilton Head, South Carolina; and performing in four separate productions at the English Theatre of Frankfurt, Germany). Eric now acts locally and has taken up videography, producing many short videos as trailers for local theatre productions and for showcase demos for real estate brokers.
Megan married Michael Borchers, a musician in the band 'California Repercussions,' and they have travelled nationally and internationally as part of the band's performance schedule. Michael has parlayed his degree in packaging from San Jose State into a position as Designer at Capitol Corrugated in Sacramento. Megan is an elementary school Resource Special Education Teacher, splitting her full-time position 70/30 at two separate schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District. She and Michael have provided us with two grandchildren.
During the Vietnam War era, I had enlisted in the California Air National Guard and did my training in San Antonio, Texas and Biloxi, Mississippi as a 'Ground Communications Equipment Repairman,' a position which I held throughout my six year military career at the 149th ANG Squadron. I completed my military obligation and left the guard as a staff sergeant in 1969.
My first teaching position was at the new John F. Kennedy Senior High School, where I taught English and Speech for two years. I also coached the Kennedy High School speech team, placing four speakers in the California State Speech Finals.
After leaving Kennedy High School, I returned to Sac State for my Master's Degree and was the assistant debate coach there during my Master's program.
I taught my first full-time college courses at Fresno City College. After one year, I resigned to take a position at Cosumnes River College. That position lasted for 30+ years and I retired in 2002. During the last three years of my tenure, I returned to my drama roots and directed twelve Norman Corwin 1940s era live on-stage radio shows and interviewed Corwin in front of an audience of students and staff on the CRC campus.
In 2003, my wife retired as an administrator with the Sacramento County Office of Education. Since her retirement, we have spent much of our time in volunteer work. Our other activities include racquetball for me and, for us, genealogical research and traveling to various countries with friends and family.
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