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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 47.4%

A:   176   Joined
B:   195   Not Joined


•   Erna M. Austin (Noren)  10/9
•   Harvey G. Lindeman  10/9
•   Carol Jean Johnson (Hayes)  10/14
•   Michael E. Perrault  10/15
•   Charles P. Cole  10/17
•   Idelle H. Sabes (Walton)  10/20
•   Darlene M. Stimpson (McFeters)  10/21
•   Jacqueline Thorsten (Daharsh)  10/21
•   Karen L. Brogger (Braswell)  10/26
•   Julee A. Swenson (Immerfall)  10/27
•   Gary A. Zittlow  10/29
•   David L Glubka  10/30
•   Kathleen A. Marren (Coursolle)  11/2


•   Stephen K. Erickson  8/30
•   Bruce R. Emerson  8/23
•   Dale O Stumbaugh (Larson)  8/20
•   Jim Novak  7/31
•   Stephen A. Ordahl  7/10
•   Ann J. Stedman (Begich)  6/29
•   Roger A. Newman  6/27
•   Robert J. Hezzelwood  4/30
•   Betty L. Holden (Swan)  3/20
•   Dixie Kay Schroeder (Booth)  2/25
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

9 live in Arizona
2 live in Arkansas
12 live in California
5 live in Colorado
13 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
2 live in Hawaii
1 lives in Idaho
5 live in Illinois
2 live in Iowa
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Maine
2 live in Maryland
231 live in Minnesota
4 live in Missouri
3 live in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
2 live in Nevada
3 live in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
1 lives in North Dakota
1 lives in Oklahoma
6 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
3 live in South Dakota
8 live in Texas
4 live in Virginia
5 live in Washington
18 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Bahamas
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in United Kingdom
4 location unknown
63 are deceased



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Class of 1964

View our 50th Reunion DVD  HERE.



Our MVHS Class of '64 Birthday Party will be Sat. August 27th, 2016 at the Shoreview Community Center Pavilion.

 HERE IT IS!  Last year's 50th Reunion Stroll Video, submitted by Carol Ann Johnson Nelson.
Click to WATCH



THE LUNCH BUNCH.....which meets monthly.....

Congratulations on 50 years of marriage! Tom and Dixie Booth celebrated their 50th Anniversary this year, as did Jeanice Fulwider Domino and her husband, Grace Zwieg Garner and her husband and Karen Opsahl Charbonneau and her husband.  Caroline Sievert (Simcoe) and her husband will be celebrating their 51st wedding anniversary this Sept.  Any other classmates? Would love to hear from you on our Message Forum.

Have you spent time with a classmate lately? Gone to lunch? Going to the State Fair with a classmate?
(Send a picture to my email below!)


Claudia Carley Droel, blogger

My Online Shoebox
About 3 years ago I began writing a blog. I hardly even knew what a blog was, but it's satisfying and amazingly easy to get into. "Blog" is short for "Web Log."  It's a kind of online diary, complete with photos and even videos. Does it have to be public? No! It can be set up as public, "for your eyes only," or open to a select few by invitation. A group of family or friends could use a blog as a personal, private alternative to Facebook. Facebook entries fly past at warp speed and they're gone.  A blog goes into more depth, and it's always there.
Many of my friends of a certain age want to record their memories and wisdom for their families. A semi-private blog would be perfect. Or it could be entirely private, with a trusted family member given the username and password needed to share it later. (Let everybody wonder exactly what you're writing).
Each blog entry is called a "post." Dashing off a little "post" is a lot less intimidating than sitting down to write a whole book. Some people write novels in a blog, post by post. Some people publish their poetry in a blog. We all have a lot to say. Starting to actually say it is pretty easy, and it becomes addictive. You can post from a smartphone, wherever you happen to be. Bored in a waiting room? Start tapping away!
Actually, writing is not even necessary. I follow several blogs where the author mostly posts photos.
Maybe your subject is just waiting for you. What is your passion in life? The possibilities are endless. You could start a blog about cooking, baking, sewing, quilting, painting, ceramics, theater, movies, books, fashion, boat building, golf, skiing, biking, hiking, music, being a volunteer, grandchildren, life after retirement, a second or third or fourth career, spiritual growth, or coping with a major illness. It's an election year. You could even start one about politics. It's your space!
My blog happens to be about my passion for the art and history of Europe and Great Britain. I'm lucky enough to have a lot of frequent flier miles to play with, and I've become a bit of an expert on budget travel. I'm also a self-taught painter (not very good, but getting better!) I love wandering in art museums, historic buildings, churches and castles. I love walking in the footsteps of historical figures: Henry VIII and his six unfortunate wives at Hampton Court Palace, or Winston Churchill at his country home, Chartwell. I love visiting the homes of my favorite writers, like Jane Austen.

Last fall, I visited Chawton House, where Jane Austen wrote her greatest novels at a tiny round table. Talking to a friendly man standing next to that table, I realized that he was a direct descendant of Jane's brother. Six degrees of separation!

Until I started my blog, I hardly ever looked at my thousands of photos. And I quickly forgot details of my trips. Now I've written around 300 posts, each one a little essay with photos. I can look back and see where I've been, what I saw, what intrigued me, and what I learned.
My blog's name is Amazingly, quite a few complete strangers have found one of my posts online and signed up to get an email every time there's a new one. I've made some nice friends this way. The same thing would happen with any other kind of interest. Quilters would find other quilters!
My blog has led to active membership in several Facebook art and history groups.  People with similar interests check in daily to inform, enlighten and entertain each other. (What's Facebook without cute cat videos? In my Medieval History group, kittens wear lovingly handcrafted chain mail. Recently an elderly cat named Sir Lumpy died after many medieval misadventures. His human "scribe" received hundreds of condolences from all over the world).
It's easy and free to set up a blog. Mine is at, one of the most popular platforms. Paying a small yearly fee gives me some custom features and technical help any time I need it.
There's a blinking cursor right now, just waiting on your iPad, smartphone or computer. Why not see where it leads you?