Spyro & Nick Zumas, Ken Roach, Vince Ortwein & Dick Moyer posing for a picture.  Some of these guys were on our Hurrican
Spyro & Nick Zumas, Ken Roach, Vince Ortwein & Dick Moyer posing for a picture. Some of these guys were on our Hurricane football team...Go Hurricanes!



There are two more links on the Reunion Update page.  They are to the Bethlehem Press articles by Dana Grubb who was our photographer at the reunion.  Check 'em out!

Our "Walk Down Memory Lane" was a wonderful success!

What things came out of that wonderful weekend?  Here are some highlights:

  1. Pictures of the tour on 8/5 and the reunion on 8/6.
    • Where? - on the Photo Album page! 
  2. A video of the tour for those of you who didn't get to go.  ​​​​
    • Where? - on the Reunion Update page! 
  3. A link to the 'Walk Down Memory Lane' presentation.
    • Where? - on the Reunion Update page!
  4.  Gary Lavelle's speech
    • ​​Where? - on the Reunion Update page!

But WAIT!  It gets better!!!  
      Dan Kramlich, a classmate, who was filming the entire reunion, has made a hi-def, Blu-ray video, over an hour long, that he's offering to anyone who wants one.  If you can pick it up at his home in Bethlehem Township, it'll cost you $1. If you have to order one, it will be $5 for postage.  He wanted to do this for our class and I am thrilled to be able to offer it to you on his behalf.    Dan's phone number is:  484-223-6005.  Just give him a call and let him know how you want yours.  Even if you didn't attend the reunion, you can get one.  

Get copies for classmates you know that we don't have information for or that couldn't make it to the reunion.  Give it as a gift!  

Thank you Dan, from the bottom of our hearts for your generosity and 'school spirit' in doing this for the Class of '67. Our hats go off to you!!!  

Go Hurricanes!!  Bethlehem Forever!!!  Craig Eby would sing it to you if he were here!


50 years later and still smiling
50 years later and still smiling
     The Liberty (Bethlehem) High School, Class of '67, 50th Reunion was a huge success!  A hearty 'thank you' goes out to all who attended. The Reunion Committee members are elated with the results of this effort.  Everyone was reconnecting in a marvelous way.  The display's that were set up had a steady stream of classmates looking at the pictures and items brought in by other classmates. The room was filled with constant chatter and laughter as classmates met other classmates they hadn't seen in 50 years! All our hopes came alive yesterday as we, on the committee, watched and mingled with people having a great time.  I believe we will all carry many warm memories with us for many years to come from this milestone event.  
     Another thank you goes out to our guest speaker, Gary Lavelle.  Thanks Gary for the warm and wise words you gave to us.  Many compliments were relayed to me for your honest account of your walk with the Lord.  Thank you for sharing your heart with us.  It will be fondly remembered for a long time.
     Thanks also goes out to John Bereuter, a classmate who helped us set up and tear down.  His aid was just enough to allow us to get everything done in time and help our poor feet bear the burden of carting out the leftover stuff to our cars afterward.  He also contributed many pieces of memorabilia to our display table.  Many thanks John.  You've got the gift of helps.
     And one more huge thank you to our tour guide, John Quigley, and Liberty High School for allowing us to see the new renovations made to our ole' Alma Mater on the Saturday before the reunion.  It was fun. We were all so impressed with the wonderful new additions and changes made to so many areas of the campus.  The cafeteria was amazing and the pool....Wow! I wanted to jump in and take a swim, lol.  
     The Memorial gym was as beautiful as we remembered...floor gleaming the way it always did.  I love the new paint job and logo too.  It was great to stand there and remember our graduation day.  I can't believe we all fit into that room, and with family members too!  John, our guide, was very informative and explained, as we walked thru many corridors, what those passage ways were at one time.  Some were part of the old gym, some part of locker rooms, and many other rooms that were revised and improved. Students today are very fortunate to have the facility they enjoy right now. Kudos to all who designed, built and maintain that campus.
     But, like many things, Christmas being an example, all things must come to an end.  But the memories we take away with us from this wonderful day will warm our hearts for a long time to come and nobody can take that away! God bless you all and we hope to see more of you in the future as we continue to formulate other events and ways to get together and keep connected.  

There are pictures of the 10th, 35th and 40th reunions on the "Photo Albums" webpage and some on the "Class Reunions" page.  Visit them to see who you may know or remember.  Don't forget to update your profile or post your own pics and current photos.  We love to see how everyone is doing! 

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