Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Passaic High School Class of 1960 50th Reunion


Monroe Street Railroad Bridge over the Passaic River, NJ


There are five movies of the Reunion on this page [following the links for still images].

Marilyn Brodsky Shapiro has some still images of the 1960 50th Reunion on her Facebook pages at

http://www.facebook.com/reqs.php?fcode=d6b7d0161&f=1031814161#!/profile.php?id=772457359&v=photos

and Pat Novack has some at her Facebook pages here

http://www.facebook.com/reqs.php?fcode=d6b7d0161&f=1031814161#!/album.php?aid=2114831&id=1031903079

and here


http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=1385117001558&saved#!/album.php?aid=2114831&id=1031903079

Stuart Madison and Linda Minkoff Gordon have photos here:

http://www.tangex.com/phs60/ReunionPhotos.html

The Passaic (NJ) High School Class of 1960 held its 50th reunion at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Fairfield, New Jersey. Here are five movies of the reunion captured during the weekend of October 29-31, 2010. Part one is made of still images from the reunion.

The five movies are also on FaceBook at

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/video/video.php?v=1383564202739

This is Part 1 OF 5
video



Dennis Latrella and Cliff Gordon entertain classmates with trivia queries from the 1950s, 1960s and from Passaic High School. This is part two of five.




In this third segment of five of the Passaic High School Class of 1960 50th Reunion, Dennis Latrella and Cliff Gordon reminisce about the late 1950's at PHS. They solicit answers from classmates during their trivia quiz.




This segment (four of five) shows Disciples of Terpsichore in a state of euphoria. Henry Boote Orchestra provided the inspiration for the frenzy.




In this final (Part five of five) movie from the Passaic High School Class of 1960 50th Reunion, we see more senior citizens who cannot sit still. Hearing rhythms and sounds they automatically get up and begin their demonic prancing about looking at each other and waving their arms to the beat. Added are thanks to the Reunion Committee for an outstanding celebration (October 29-31, 2010) and a salute to those classmates who passed on.

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