Briefly Noted. . .

SHS Class of 1966

Over the weekend of June 4-5, the Class of 1966 from Swarthmore High School held a reunion celebrating 50 years since graduation. Sixty-nine members of the class were able to attend. Far back: Linda Lane Carrano, Ed Jackson, Frank Snyder, Jerry Hebble, Mark Steciw, Bill Cushing, Larry Keller, Dave Thompson, Larry Luder, Tony Michel, Sandy Irving, Bill Allen, Jack Renshaw and Jill Spencer McNeil. Second row from back: Bill Bower, Weemie Toland Kingham, Jeff Innis, Jim Elliott, Dave Bennett, Sandy Harrison Favret, Jack Price, Gary Baskin, Frank Chapman, Dave Tolley, Pete Weber, Dave Spackman, Eric Sundquist, Jim Kent, Claudia Coit Cohen and Ida Hay. Third row from back: Minnie Zanzinger Ullman, Carol Brennan, Ann Whittier Kane, Carol Johnson, June Hoch, Debby Torrey Meltz, Linda Estabrook Gilbert, Richard Cunliffe, Anne Trevaskis Panfil and Tim Filler. On chairs: Kay Ellis, Cindy Fox, Janet Fox Elmore, Wilda Fowler Cushing, Jo-Ann Dumm Johnson, Bob Silzle, Jenny Grier Anderson, Joe Dell’Orefice, Linda Patchell Abrams and Dave Welbourn. On the floor: Roger Ullman, Alex McNeil, Jon Jackson, Jack Peterman, Pete Barus, Mark Anderson, Sam Caldwell, Dave Cohen and Ann Townes.

Lap Swimmers: This week’s winners of the turquoise with navy writing 2016 1,000-lap T-shirt at Swarthmore Swim Club include: 19.) Clark Linderman, 20.) Patti Clymer, 21.) Sara Kelly, 22.) Steve Golub and 23.) Susan Kelly.

The Swarthmore Fire Company will dedicate a new Canadian maple tree and plaque in honor of Fire Chief James J. Dunn during the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Central Park on Monday, July 4. James Dunn, who was chief for 25 years, died suddenly in 1979. The fire company planted a tree with a stone marker in his memory, but the tree had to be uprooted for the construction of Central Park. The Dunns will be well-represented, with over 50 family members and friends attending the ceremony.

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Hoisting the Sail: the raising of the amphitheater “sail” a/k/a canopy. Photo courtesy of Carol Mackin

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