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Class of 1958

What's Going On?

September 2007


 There are lots of things going on in September. We started off the first day of the month with breakfast at Coco's.
On Sunday, September 9, we had perfect day for the All 50's annual picnic at De Anza Cove.
For Big Band music lovers, Rey Vinole rehearses on Monday evenings at St. Brigid's Church in Pacific Beach.
 Sundown on September 12 was the beginning of Rosh Hoshana, and sundown on September 21 is the beginning of Yom Kippur.
Of course September 16 is the well known Diaz y Seis de Septembre (Mexican Independence from Spain).
Don't miss the autumn equinox which falls on September 23 at 9:50am.  You are supposed to be able to stand an egg on its pointy end at that time, but I have read that this can be done anytime. I have not tried it though.  If you have, let me know please.
According to my trusty Zoonooz calendar, September 28 is Native American Day. 
Tai Chi classes have started up again at St. Brigid's on Wednesday mornings, and there is a free Health, Fitness & Wellness Workshop there also, September 27, on Osteoporosis.

For information on any of this, or to let me know about any happenings that have been overlooked--or to tell me about the egg thing, please contact me,  Marie Gilmour Davila at:  copala@aol.com

Almost forgot, September has been busy with earthquakes too.  About a dozen just off the coast.

Here is a good site to check them out:   http://quake.usgs.gov/recenteqs/


Well, it turns out that way more things have been going on in September:  hurricanes,  hydroplane races, and the loss of Luciano Pavarotti.  There are also a couple of things coming up that might be of interest , one worldwide, and one local.

September 21 is World Alzheimer's Day
You can find out more about this devastating  disease by visiting www.actionalz.org


September 17 through October 28 is Fleet Week San Diego

I think that is more than a week, but I guess "Fleet Month & 1/2" isn't too catchy.  Anyway that gives everyone enough time to do something.  We toured a ship last year and that was really interesting.  To find out more information and schedules go to: fleetweeksandiego.org


September 1, 2007

everyone is invited       Saturday Breakfast Bunch        everyone is invited

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We had a great turnout for the September breakfast.  Most of us stayed until almost lunchtime.  I have no idea what we all had to talk about, but we talked and ate for about 2 hours. We should have solved most of  the world's problems by now, but we will probably have some more come up next month. 



           Walter, Bob, with Jeri & Bill Swank                                                      Barbara, Rosemary, Ann, Jody


 Bill Swank, John & Judi Michael Shacklett           Bill Curtis, Pat, Sheila, Orpha, Bill Lansville   


Christiana, Joan Fredericks Hacecky & Ray             Dave Castle, Barbara, Thelma the waitress, Rosemary, Ann

These classmates were there:

1956: Joan Fredericks Hacecky & Ray, David Castle,

1958: Pat DeFore Barr, Sheila Mura, Orpha Higley, Bill Lansville, Marie Gilmour Davila &  Bob (class of 1955-New Braunfels, TX), Walter Andersen &  Jody  from the class of '62, Bill Swank & Jeri, Judi Michael Shacklett & John

1959: Christiana Hughes Wagner, Barbara Grayson, Rosemary Pleger Jackson, Ann Greenfield, Bill Curtis

The next breakfast is October 6, 2007

YOU are invited

Where: Coco's Bakery & Restaurant 5955 Balboa Ave (at Mt. Alifan/Mt. Abernathy)

Date: First Saturday of the month--October 6, 2007

Time:  9 a.m.



It looks like each class was represented at the picnic this year.

For pictures and a list of happy attendees CLICK HERE



Rey Vinole & his band rehearse Mondays at 6:30 pm at St. Brigid Catholic Church.  He plays mostly Big Band music, so if you are a fan-go to 4735 Cass Street in Pacific Beach.  You will be glad you did.


Saturday, September 29, 2007  --9 am to 3pm 

Free Electronics Recycling Event at 7716 Clairemont Mesa Blvd

We had a discussion at the picnic about recycling batteries, etc. so I was glad to get this information. They also recycle tv's, computers, toner, etc.

For a list of items accepted and other information go to www.recyclesd.com


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