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By Donna Koros Stramella and Donna Koros Stramella,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 8, 2000
MANY PEOPLE think they look younger than others their age. When my friend attended her 25-year class reunion, she wondered how well she'd compare to everyone else a quarter-century after their graduation. When she and her husband arrived, they entered through a side door at the banquet hall. She noticed a sign, "Welcome Glen Burnie High Graduates," so this was clearly the right place. After reaching the center of the room, she did a slow, 360-degree scan of the guests. Then she turned to her husband and proclaimed, "I look younger than everyone."
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | August 9, 2008
Bowie High School's Class of 1973 will gather tonight at a local hotel to dance and reminisce. They'll award gifts for distinctions like farthest traveled and youngest child. Almost certainly, someone will request a song by Steve Miller, a favorite of classmate Donna Dustin. They will also hear an impassioned plea from an Anne Arundel County cold case investigator, seeking clues in Dustin's killing 35 years ago. Seventeen-year-old Dustin was found naked and beaten beyond recognition in a deserted gravel quarry north of the Bowie racetrack after a night of partying and just a few months after graduating.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | August 9, 2008
Bowie High School's Class of 1973 will gather tonight at a local hotel to dance and reminisce. They'll award gifts for distinctions like farthest traveled and youngest child. Almost certainly, someone will request a song by Steve Miller, a favorite of classmate Donna Dustin. They will also hear an impassioned plea from an Anne Arundel County cold case investigator, seeking clues in Dustin's killing 35 years ago. Seventeen-year-old Dustin was found naked and beaten beyond recognition in a deserted gravel quarry north of the Bowie racetrack after a night of partying and just a few months after graduating.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 10, 2001
CLASS REUNIONS are strange events. There are classes that hold reunions regularly, and others that have never held one. Some people love them, others hate them. And it can be stressful to face the girl who dumped you or the guy who stood you up back when. But how about a stress-free reunion? There's one coming up this fall, open to all graduates of Brooklyn Park High School. On Sept. 22, the BPHS Alumni Association will sponsor an All Class Reunion from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Severna Park Elks Lodge on Truck House Road.
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By Lisa Pollak and Lisa Pollak,Sun Staff | October 26, 2003
CHESTERTOWN -- There are people who would rather take the SAT exam again than endure an evening at a 10-year high school reunion. Then there are people like Jarrett Thompson. He was popular and charming, athletic and confident, with a booming staccato laugh that filled every room he entered. Jarrett wasn't just looking forward to his 10-year reunion. More than a year in advance, he started planning it. If you graduated from Kent County High School in 1993, you shouldn't be that surprised.
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January 20, 2007
Did you graduate from high school between 1964 and 1982? Did you attend a class reunion and find true love with a former classmate? If your answers are yes, The Sun would like to hear from you. E-mail linell.smith@baltsun.com or call her at 410-332-6484.
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January 21, 2007
Did you graduate from high school between 1964 and 1982? Did you attend a class reunion and find true love with a former classmate? If your answers are "yes," The Sun would like to hear from you. E-mail linell.smith@baltsun.com or call her at 410-332-6484.
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June 17, 1994
Five Western Maryland College graduates were honored for their participation in alumni and college affairs during a banquet held recently as part of the college's annual Alumni Weekend.Meritorious Service Award recipients were: Thomas G. Bush, class of 1944; Thomas J. Tereshinski Sr., '44; George A. Gebelein, '64; Carol Armacost Carter, '69; and D. Kenneth Bates, '74.Mr. Bush of Baltimore has been class secretary for five decades and is responsible for researching and writing his classmates' news for publication in the alumni magazine.
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By EDWARD M. EVELD and EDWARD M. EVELD,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | July 4, 1999
Fill in the blank: The last thing you need at your high school reunion is ...Your spouse.It's class reunion season, the annual interval that heats up now and runs through fall. Former classmates everywhere are planning cocktail parties, dinner dances and picnics.Their spouses are cringing. What's to celebrate? A drawn-out, nostalgia-laden talkfest of adolescent antics, old jokes gone sour and rebonding of friendships that have little to do with life as we currently know it.Couples are staring hard at reunion invitations, even harder at the high ticket prices, and wondering whether Mr. Alumnus or Mrs. Alumna should go it alone.
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January 21, 2007
Did you graduate from high school between 1964 and 1982? Did you attend a class reunion and find true love with a former classmate? If your answers are "yes," The Sun would like to hear from you. E-mail linell.smith@baltsun.com or call her at 410-332-6484.
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January 20, 2007
Did you graduate from high school between 1964 and 1982? Did you attend a class reunion and find true love with a former classmate? If your answers are yes, The Sun would like to hear from you. E-mail linell.smith@baltsun.com or call her at 410-332-6484.
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By Lisa Pollak and Lisa Pollak,Sun Staff | October 26, 2003
CHESTERTOWN -- There are people who would rather take the SAT exam again than endure an evening at a 10-year high school reunion. Then there are people like Jarrett Thompson. He was popular and charming, athletic and confident, with a booming staccato laugh that filled every room he entered. Jarrett wasn't just looking forward to his 10-year reunion. More than a year in advance, he started planning it. If you graduated from Kent County High School in 1993, you shouldn't be that surprised.
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By Christina Bittner and Christina Bittner,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 10, 2001
CLASS REUNIONS are strange events. There are classes that hold reunions regularly, and others that have never held one. Some people love them, others hate them. And it can be stressful to face the girl who dumped you or the guy who stood you up back when. But how about a stress-free reunion? There's one coming up this fall, open to all graduates of Brooklyn Park High School. On Sept. 22, the BPHS Alumni Association will sponsor an All Class Reunion from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Severna Park Elks Lodge on Truck House Road.
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By Donna Koros Stramella and Donna Koros Stramella,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 8, 2000
MANY PEOPLE think they look younger than others their age. When my friend attended her 25-year class reunion, she wondered how well she'd compare to everyone else a quarter-century after their graduation. When she and her husband arrived, they entered through a side door at the banquet hall. She noticed a sign, "Welcome Glen Burnie High Graduates," so this was clearly the right place. After reaching the center of the room, she did a slow, 360-degree scan of the guests. Then she turned to her husband and proclaimed, "I look younger than everyone."
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By EDWARD M. EVELD and EDWARD M. EVELD,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | July 4, 1999
Fill in the blank: The last thing you need at your high school reunion is ...Your spouse.It's class reunion season, the annual interval that heats up now and runs through fall. Former classmates everywhere are planning cocktail parties, dinner dances and picnics.Their spouses are cringing. What's to celebrate? A drawn-out, nostalgia-laden talkfest of adolescent antics, old jokes gone sour and rebonding of friendships that have little to do with life as we currently know it.Couples are staring hard at reunion invitations, even harder at the high ticket prices, and wondering whether Mr. Alumnus or Mrs. Alumna should go it alone.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1996
On ABC tonight, it's the return of the return of John, Paul, George and Ringo."Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Dr. Quinn's about to have her baby, so of course Mom and Sis arrive to help. Meanwhile, the Army gets orders to move the Indians to another reservation and Sully (Joe Lando) is injured trying to help his friend Cloud Dancing (Larry Sellers). CBS."Ushuaia: The Ultimate Adventure" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11) -- French adventurer Nicholas Hulot performs all sorts of derring-do, including: swimming with a 45-foot whale shark in Australia, hang-gliding in the Alps and walking atop a Manhattan construction site.
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By Judy Reilly and Judy Reilly,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 22, 1997
IF NEIGHBORS LIKE Audrey and Jim Fair, Charlotte Bollinger and Doris Harner have anything to do about it, the memories of their years at Taneytown High School will stay alive in school reunions every summer.This year, these graduates of the old school have planned a reunion for all classes at 6 p.m. June 7 at Pleasant Valley Fire Hall.Taneytown High School graduated classes from 1921 until 1968. The school was abandoned after Carroll's school board established Francis Scott Key High School in Uniontown, funneling students into a regional school with more facilities.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1996
On ABC tonight, it's the return of the return of John, Paul, George and Ringo."Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WJZ, Channel 13) -- Dr. Quinn's about to have her baby, so of course Mom and Sis arrive to help. Meanwhile, the Army gets orders to move the Indians to another reservation and Sully (Joe Lando) is injured trying to help his friend Cloud Dancing (Larry Sellers). CBS."Ushuaia: The Ultimate Adventure" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11) -- French adventurer Nicholas Hulot performs all sorts of derring-do, including: swimming with a 45-foot whale shark in Australia, hang-gliding in the Alps and walking atop a Manhattan construction site.
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