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"Mitch Singer's Reunion Thoughts"

Our classmate, Mitch Singer, has a ruminative op-ed piece in the Star Ledger/ about high school, reunions and what our 40-year reunion has him thinking about---reconnecting and keeping a little piece of home in us no matter how far afield we've all gone.



On September 14, 2009 10:09 PM, Jan wrote:

Hi Glenn--We have not sent anything out since a few days before the reunion. Any email that's officially from the reunion committee has this as a return address: LHS Class of '69 Reunion Committee" . Please send me whatever you were sent so I can alert the class as a whole if necessary. You can send to Thanks,


On September 14, 2009 6:54 PM, Glenn Roth wrote:

Has anyone else been contacted by the "Livingston Alumni Committee" for updated PERSONAL info for a directory? I'm not about to give out that sort of thing unless legitimate. Glenn

On June 13, 2009 12:58 AM, barry shapiro wrote:

Eloquent and perceptive. Couldn't have expressed that any better. Mitch, you have an excellent way with prose - I'd like to read more!
Thanks for sharing the view.

On June 12, 2009 4:22 PM, Francine "Cinny" Worth wrote:

Mitch- That is the most beautiful summary of not only our past 40 years but, I dare say it is very appropriate for all generations -- thank you for the touching incite!!

On June 12, 2009 3:00 PM, doug cunningham wrote:

I read Mitch's op-ed piece and thought it was great, really well written and his opening thoughts exactly corresponded to my own. Thanks Mitch!!

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