The new kid in town
The new kid in town

May is the month when we remember our fallen heroes, our mothers, our armed forces and now doctors, nurses, restaurant workers, grocery store and many other public workers that put themselves into harms way every single day. Wow! Did anyone ever think something like this could happen, especially in our country? I know I didn't.

There's a 'new kid in town' and it's making it's presence known far and wide. I just want to say that I am praying, as are many in the Christian community, for this virus to be eradicated and gone. But we're also praying for people, not only to be healed, but to come together, uniting as one to serve each other, during these stressful times. God is doing things that most people don't even see or maybe don't want to see. But He's on the job. In my own home, I'm reading more, walking, biking and hiking more. I'm catching up on projects that have been sitting for a long time, like my pictures, an unfinished plant table, sewing projects, practicing the guitar, and lots of computer projects that need attending to. 

Other people are finding ways to help their neighbors with groceries, talking and walking with the 6 foot social distancing, making sure they have their needs met. One of my neighbors walks an elderly woman's dog because she can't, on a daily basis. Like they say on TV, we're all in this together and we'll get through it together. I want to encourage you to make wise choices even when states are opening up businesses and maybe allowing too much too soon. I hope not. I pray not. Join me in prayer for our country and world to realize that 'there is a new kid in town' and we need to protect ourselves from him. I will continue to pray for everyones safety.  God Bless.

One of the songs in the music tab this month is a Virtual Choir from Pittsburg singing a Blessing to all. It's an awesome watch. The link for the video is here, enjoy: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdxMgmN9NpA 


50 years later and still smiling
50 years later and still smiling
The Liberty High School, Class of '67, 50th Reunion was a huge success!  A big 'thank you' goes out to all who attended. The Reunion Committee members felt that all our efforts were worth it!  Everyone had a great time and the display's that were set up had a steady stream of classmates gazing at pictures and items brought in by other classmates. The room was filled with chatter and laughter as people reconnected with classmates they hadn't seen in 50 years!  I believe we will carry many warm memories with us for years to come from this milestone event.  
     Other thanks goes out to our guest speaker, Gary Lavelle for sharing his heart with us. Many will carry those words home with them. Thanks to John Bereuter for his help in setting up and tearing down.  He also contributed many pieces of memorabilia to our display table.  Thanks John.  You've got the gift of helps.
     And last, but not least, a huge thank you goes to our tour guide, John Quigley, and Liberty High School, for allowing us to see the new renovations made to our ole' Alma Mater.  It was fun. We were so impressed with the 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.  
     All things do come to an end and even though it's over, the memories we took with us from this weekend will warm our hearts for a long time to come.  Stay connected to this website for future events, maybe even before 5 more years :)




 
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There are pictures of the 10th, 35th, 40th and 50th reunions as well as many other additions from classmates 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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