Gallia Academy
Class of 1971

45 Year Reunion


will be held on Saturday July 2, 2016 @ 6:00PM
Also, on Friday, July 1st @ 6:00PM we will be gathering at the Colony Club for a casual get together!

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Gallipolis Elks Lodge #107


408 Second Avenue
Gallipolis, Ohio 45614

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Attention class of '71,
Class Reunion Details Below!


  • WHEN...Saturday, July 2 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm social hour / 7:00 Dinner * Baked Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Salad, Bread, Dessert ** cash bar available WHERE...Elks Lodge 404 2nd Ave (upstairs) Casual dress COST...$ 20.00 single, $ 35.00 couple * payment with registration required On Friday, July 1, we will be gathering at the Colony Club (Old Colony Theatre) on Second Ave from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm for a casual get together. They will show old pictures of our times at GAHS if you can get them to us by the deadline.(You pay for anything you eat or drink)

  • Please bring any memorabilia you might still have , and we are also going to set up a Memorial Table for those classmates that have passed. Let us know if you have any information, or obituaries that we can use. Send your updated pictures and info to John Carmichael @ jlc@careq.com as soon as possible!







40 YEARS!....


Shelley Lintala Humphreys


Then


Now

My Address:

     1004 Hammerschmidt Ave
     Lombard, IL 60148

My E-mail Address:

     shumphreys@rocketmail.com

My Home Phone Number:

     630-495-3312

What have I been doing for the last 40 years?:

     I'm afraid we have a previous commitment for Labor Day weekend, so we won't be able to join you for our class reunion. Have a great time!

Bob & I have been married for 34 years. We live in the far west suburbs of Chicago part of the year and in North Palm Beach, Florida. We love traveling, sailing and scuba diving.

Our son, Jeremy (also a scuba diver) lives and teaches high school in a nearby suburb of Chicago.

I retired last year, after 35 years of teaching. I taught 1st or 2nd grade for the first 27 years and was a reading specialist for the final 8 years. I loved teaching and couldn't imagine not doing it anymore. However, after one year, I can state without hesitation, that "Retirement Rocks!" I'm having a ball.

Bob is a professor at National University of Health Sciences. When he's not seeing patients or teaching students, he teaches postgraduate courses for doctors around the country. We're both busy, happy and grateful.