2018 IMPORTANT DATES
Please share any milestone dates, ie pending 50th Wedding Anniversaries, etc. Anything in the 2018 year, past or pending, please. Any other personal news, retirement, new marriage?
OUT AND ABOUT
Several people have been busy since the last update. Photos of these events may be viewed in The Gallery. If you want to keep this description and open the photos in a separate tab, right click on The Gallery link and select "Open link in new tab".
September 2017 Al Moskal attended his 50th reunion at Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. His son Bob was in attendance to see his Dad inducted into the Norwich University Hall of Fame. Al can also be seen with several of the university officials. (1 & 2)
This winter, Al was busy “entertaining” at his winter residence on the west coast of Florida. One third of our high school senior football team was in attendance. Bob & Judy Pontbriand, Charlie & Vistoria Tokarz, Al, Betty & Ron Berthiaume, Peg & Chip Chlapowski. (3 & 4)
Carol Wajer Zdrok and hubby Joe, reside on the east coast of Florida. A great meal and a little “catching up” was shared with Mark & Terry Laabs. (5 & 6)
Several ‘mates live in or near The Villages and what a great time we had with a delicious meal prepared by Mary & David Cragen (he probably stayed out of her way) then the following day a tour of The Villages for Al who had never been there. Had a lot of fun tooling around the golf paths to see recreation centers and the newest town square, Brownwood. Our guides were Chris Ross and Bobbi Freeman. The Laabs’ were also in attendance ending a great couple of days with dinner at The Lighthouse Restaurant. (7 - 13)
Al managed to get in one more dinner with Charlie, Victoria and their daughter Ashley Tokarz at another local restaurant. (17)
Heading to his northern home, Al stopped in to visit with Phil & Cheri Moran. (18), he’s really getting good that this photo taking!
A stop in Massachusetts for the 1st anniversary memorial service for Jim Tabor: Barbara Plasse, Al & Nancy Tabor (19)
Most snowbirds have arrived safely in their northern residences. Sure the balance of them will arrive soon for an enjoyable summer in cooler temps.
Bartlett High School
Class of 1963