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Please turn off your radio playlist on bottom right before watching this video! The Free Spirit of Ramey ~ All Classes Reunion ~ June 2015. Thank you, Ken Mosley for putting this fantastic video together.
1/5/2013 RHS REUNION SEPT. 2013/DESTIN, FL.
Don't miss the chance of a Lifetime to see some of your classmates from good ole Ramey High School, Puerto Rico. Please go to the Class of 1968 for more information and sign up to attend now
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11/12/2011 RHS Reunion 2013
The plans are in the works for the next "All Classes RHS Reunion" to take place in September, 2013 at Destin, FL. Please check your profile and make sure we have your most current email addr
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11/16/2010 The Free-Spirit of Ramey All Classes Reunion 2011
REUNION FEE DUE DECEMBER 1ST, 2010. If you have paid your deposit of $50.00 (per attendee) your balance is $75.00 (per attendee ).
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After we left the warm tropical paradise of Ramey, we were stationed in Montana hell to winters of 40/50 degrees below zero, which caused the tears pouring from my eyes to fast freeze on my cheeks, as my leather boots cracked and fell off my feet. It was so cold, mist would pour out over toilet seats and car doors would break off when opened. After 2 years in picture perfect winter wonderland, my father transferred into the desolate Las Vegas hell of heat.
I loved the plays we did at Ramey HS and with the Little Theater group the base had. I was able to compete in acting competition in Montana which was great fun. After we moved to Las Vegas, I went into dance, met entertainers, celebrities and such, but didn't pursue anything professionally as the lifestyle was not to my liking at all, and neither were the people. It is a corrupt, cut throat business. I did, for some years, help teach dance to children. I also started a theater group with my church and we did lots of plays and performances with Strip entertainers (who were memebers) and such. But, alas, age crept in and I no longer do that. The group goes on though.
My dad went into gaming during the height of the mafia kingship and I learned very quickly to stay away from all of it.
After a number of jobs, I ended up at the local phone company for nearly 30 years in various departments. It was like a family there, but Sprint bought the company and within 7 years destroyed it and got rid of everyone. Now, I am, quite contently, basking in the leisure of not working.
My husband is a Las Vegas native (grew up here) so I ended up stuck in this city all these years, but sometime long to move to someplace pretty. I however, hate hate hate to travel. As a BRAT, we drove across the country so often, that I do not, even to this day, like being in the car.
My daughter, Loni, is my great pride and joy. I only had one child, so she gets the full blast of my affection (which can be smothering instead of mothering, I admit). She is the Operations Manager at Best Buy, and works long long hours.
I never did get back to PR, but did see some others at a small get together in Colorado with Ana Barradas some years ago. That was fun, but never had the opportunity to keep in touch with anyone. I guess life has a way of keeping one so busy, we lose contact with old aquaintances. Maybe, that is what that song means...
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