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Class 1959monthly meetings

August 20, 2013 by Shirley Hardison Ford (Register to contact)

Class of 1959 has monthly meeting starting this September 9, 2013(Monday)@ SHONEY's on Interstate Drive near
LP Football Stadium @ 10:00AM.
Call all your 1959 PHS Alumni and invite them to start attending. "WE have Fun". Other Alumni invited too.
Shirley Hardison Ford

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