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•   Frank Corbett (1967)  7/17
•   Robert M. Lee, Jr. (1965)  7/16
•   Karen Brown (Ranney) (1965)  7/16
•   John Kirk (1965)  7/16
•   Barbara Walker (Bartlett) (1969)  7/16
•   Catherine "Kitsy" Symroski (Cameron) (1964)  7/15
•   D Hines (Hines) (1960)  7/11
•   William Tickel (1969)  7/9
•   Fran Round (Kearns) (1968)  7/8
•   Tom Burnham (1965)  7/2
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4 live in Alaska (USA)
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1 lives in Armed Forces Pacific (USA)
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1 lives in Christmas Island
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6 live in France
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1 lives in Italy
1 lives in Japan
1 lives in Malaysia
1 lives in Mexico
1 lives in Norway
1 lives in Switzerland
1 lives in United Kingdom
1 lives in Venezuela
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Dave Burlin (1965)  7/19
•   Karen McGauhey (Colburn ) (1969)  7/19
•   Jerry Moreland (1965)  7/19
•   Burt Mitchell (1965)  7/20
•   Chuck Ralston (Orleans)  7/20
•   Joan Studer (MacCartee) (1968)  7/20
•   Linda Smith (Jones) (1963)  7/21
•   Wm. Craig Stubblebine (1953)  7/21
•   Helen Walkington (Walkington) (1960)  7/21
•   Joe Walsh (1964)  7/21
•   George Christopher (1964)  7/22
•   Pat Landon (Krieger) (1957)  7/22
•   G Jean Laurin (Lawrence) (1961)  7/22
•   Wesley Skeates (1964)  7/22
•   Robert Jackson (1962)  7/24
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Everything you need to know about the

PAHS France Reunion

September 21 – 29 2020


All Classes, All Years Reunion

for All Alumni

 Anyone who attended PAHS

at any time!

Check out the REUNION 2020 tab above 


When?

We will start by gathering in Paris on September 21, with three nights there. On September 24, we check out and take the TGV to Avignon for five nights in Provence. We conclude with farewells on the morning of September 29.

What?

In Paris…

  • A welcome reception
  • A visit to the Garches school site, now home to American School of Paris
  • A drive-by the Bel Manior, Petit Beauregard, and Teen Club former sites
  • Plenty of time on your own in la Ville Lumière

In Avignon / Provence…

A boatload of possible activities and events. We are still finalizing these at this writing, but they will include some – maybe most – of the following:

  • Here’s your chance to knock another thing off your bucket list by dancing on the St. Benezet bridge (“Sur le pont / d’Avignon / On y danse, on y danse…”)
  • A visit to the Palais des Papes (Popes’ Palace) in Avignon, seat of the papacy during the 14th century
  • The Isle-sur-la-Sorgue Sunday market, featuring food, antiques, and flea market fare, a sort-of combination of Paris’ old Les Halles and the Marché aux Puces
  • A day at St. Rémy, a favorite venue of Vincent Van Gogh who produced over 150 of his paintings there
  • Les Baux de Provence, famous for its son et lumière light show in the old quarries there
  • A visit to the Pont du Gard Roman aqueduct and the Nîmes Roman ruins
  • A visit to Aix-en-Provence villages of either Aix or Luberon
  • And of course, plenty of time on your own.

We will conclude the Provence segment with a capstone dinner together, in the fine manner of our previous Paris 2000 and France 2015 reunions.

Cost?

Here is the information about cost and payment due dates for our 2020 Reunion in France:

Paris - September 21-14, 2020 - 3 Nights

Provence - September 24-29, 2020 - 5 Nights           

Cost per person, based on double/twin occupancy: 

Paris - $1,175.00 per person, double occupancy

Provence - $2,450.00 per person, double occupancy

Paris plus Provence - $3,425.00 per person, double occupancy. Single accommodation available on request

Schedule of deposits and payments:

Initial deposit due September 15, 2019  - $250.00 per person

Second deposit due  January 15, 2020 - $1,000.00 per person

Final payment due June 21, 2020 - Balance

We will have the registration materials and additional details posted on the PAHS web site soon. If you haven't logged on to the web site in a while, we encourage you to do so and update your profile now.

Stay tuned for more information as our plans finalize!

 

Hello All!

Living in Seattle. All three of our children families nearby.

Lots of travel still ...but slowing down

Been back to Paris dozens of times over the years. My wife Jill in our yearbook. She was one year younger at BERLIN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL.

Occasionally see PAHS grads who served in Army. Ben Sternberg. Tony Janero. Etc.

Best wishes. Barry. barryrwmccaffrey@gmail.com

Head honcho. Hate that you have retired. Thank you so much for all that you have done in keeping the PAHS alumni in communication with another. We took you for granted. Thank you.

PAHS.....Saw this article and thought some would enjoy it.

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