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Information on the
August 25 – 26
Golden High School Class of ’63
Carpool Karaoke – Paul McCartney
A fantastic YouTube video
Patsy's trip to Japan
and visit with Minoru and Motoko Saijo
We have reserved Table Mountain Inn
(the same room as for the 50th) for
Saturday, August 25th
The Saturday evening mixer will begin at 6 pm, with a cash bar. There are many restaurants nearby for a late dinner with your classmates. (The evening can last as long as you do!)
Sunday, August 26th
The Sunday picnic will again be at Lions Park, beginning at noon.
For the picnic, we expect to have an array of food delivered, once we have an idea of how many will be attending. If you have something specific you’d like to drink, bring it.
Please bring cash — $10.00 per person — donations will also be accepted to help pay for the room at Table Mountain Inn.
See you there!
Patsy Boss (Stockton)
from Patsy Boss (Stockton)
I had the opportunity to take a trip to Japan with a tour group in June. Since I had gotten to know both Minoru and Motoko a little during our 50th class reunion, I contacted them to let them know I would have some free time while I was in Japan, and that I would love to see them, if possible. I wasn't sure what the logistics of a meeting would be, but Minoru and Motoko were so accommodating and gracious — they made it so much more than the brief meeting I had hoped for — they drove the four hours from their home in Mima to meet me in Kyoto. They made it possible for me to spend the entire day with them.
They showed me sights I would not have otherwise seen and treated me to a delicious, traditional Japanese dinner at a fine restaurant — they even gave me pointers on how eat with ease using chopsticks. Minoru and Motoko stayed the night at the same hotel where I was staying so we could visit throughout the evening before their early morning departure. We got to know each other better, while enjoying good Japanese tea and sweets and each others company. It's a time I will cherish and always remember. They are such lovely people, and I am so glad to know them.
I saw the beautiful gardens and landscape of Japan, it's lovely people, and all the shrines and temples, but the time with Minoru and Motoko was the most enjoyable to me, and the highlight of the trip. Thank you Minoru and Motoko!
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The Directory is a much smaller file. You can click on the image at left and view it regardless of whether you're at your computer or on a mobile device.