8/10/2018 Our Class President Passed Away in his sleep this morning.
I'm sad to tell you that Bill Boyer our class president and friend passed away in his sleep this morning August 10, 2018. Unfortunately I will be out of the country this coming week but wil
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12/3/2017 Linda Coleman
This morning Sunday, December 3, 2017 Linda passed away.
Linda L. Coleman, MD, 74, of Danville, passed away on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017, at the Geisinger Medical Center, surrounde
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1/6/2016 Class meeting
SHS CLASS of 1961 will meet January 18, 2016 7:00 pm at Sunbury Social Club
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Even though I have never attended a class reunion, I still feel like I belong to the class of 1961. Having graduated in the vocational area, I have not made friends with many other classmates. I retired from Sunbury Textile Mills in Dec 2011 after 42 years. I still spend summers working at Knoebels - usually at the haunted house....I spend a lot of time with my grandchildren, and now with my great grandchildren....Nova, 7, Callan,,3, and Nolan 1....I would enjoy hearing from other classmates, and would certainly consider attending future class events......
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The Selinsgrove Rotary Club presented their annual Distinguished Service Award to Pete and Mary Anne “Cookie” DeWire at an awards dinner held at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club. The award recognizes individuals in the community who, by their actions, live Rotary’s motto of Service Above Self. The DeWire's have been very active in many aspects of the Selinsgrove area community for many decades. Their most recent volunteer efforts have helped shape East Snyder Park, a recreational area just West of the Selinsgrove. Pictured below (L to R) are Mike Flock, Master of Ceremonies, Pat Pinkowski, President of the Rotary Club, Cookie and Pete DeWire
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