Well it's time once again for your Friendly Webmaster
to bug you for providing some input to the Class of '68 website, www.usafa68.org.
First of all, I hope you and your family are all doing well and had a
nice Thanksgiving and looking forward to the upcoming Holidays. If you
send a Christmas letter out over the Holidays - please email me a copy
for sharing with your Classmates - you can see past letters here.
The In Memoriam
pages on our website receives special attention. For some of our deceased
Classmates there is little information on the website - so, if you have
information or a story to share, please send it to me. Also, if you learn
of the death of a Classmate, please do not assume that it was reported -
let the AoG and/or me
Our 50th Reunion was terrific - best attended ever - 644 attended (315
Classmates - 118 more than our 45th). Thanks to Mike and the Committee
for the terrific job. I was pleased that the website assisted the Committee
and thanks to all who came up to me and thanked me for the website.
Tell me who to tag for the
Spotlight. If you have some suggestions, including yourself,
send me an email.
I'm always looking for pictures of past and present cars - a continuing
project is: Car Pictures.
Are there more than three Classmates out there that still have the car that
they had at graduation? What is your ride now - email me a picture?
The website has nearly unlimited
storage for stories, documents and photos. I can, and have scanned, posted
and returned documents, pictures, 35mm mounted slides and 35mm negatives.
Remember, our Scribe, Tim Davidson's, Checkpoints Class
News, is posted as soon as he submits it for publication.
If you're on Facebook and not one of the 147 of us that are members of
the "Secret" USAFA68 Group on Facebook, consider joining (send
me an email), more information is here.
|Secret: These groups cannot be found in searches, and non-members
cant see anything about the group, including its name and member
list. The name of the group will not display on the profiles (timelines)
of members. To join a secret group, you need to be added by a member
of the group.
Nita and I are looking forward to being with family and
friends over the Holidays - hope you are too.