3/8/2015 Class of '65 50th Reunion Invite
February 12, 2015
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1/16/2014 Email Update from Alan Potter
Hi Everyone, I'm sorry for being out of touch the past few months.
You all have been so faithful with many cards and emails, and I really do appreciate your kind thoughts and prayers. It's
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7/4/2013 Alan Potter seriously hurt
I have some sad news to pass on concerning one of our GHS alumni and classmate Alan Potter class of ’65. Alan recently passed out hitting his neck and injuring his spina
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It is hard to write an autobiography of one's life; maybe that's why I have procrastinated so! Yesterday, I was just a small town girl. Today, I am still that small town girl. I believe I am who I am because I got my solid foundation and footing in Groveton. Growing up in Groveton in the 1950's and 1960's was such a good time, and it left its imprint on me. My memories and experiences in Groveton shaped who I am today: the Groveton schools, the Youth Center and its wonderful summer programs, the library with Miss Chapman, Groveton Methodist Church, band with Mr. Micucci, basketball, school dances, Maidstone Lake, Stanley Matthews & the Nixon-Kennedy debates, math with Mr. Panicci, my family, my school friends and classmates, my special friend Faye, my first love. Each and every time I return to Groveton now, I am filled with the nostalgia of the past, and I feel like I am going home. There have been times over the years when I needed to go "home" to return to the simplicity and memories of the past as well.
That is not to say that I am stuck in the past. I have lived in Maine longer than I lived in Groveton. Today, I am a mother of four, I am a wife, I am a grandmother of eight, I am a French teacher and history teacher (recently retired), I am a cancer survivor, I am a lover of music, I am a want-to-be golfer, I am in love with people who make me laugh, I am a card player, I am a reader, and I am still a small town girl.
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